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TEXTBOOK OF PATHOLOGY WITH PATHOLOGY QUICK REVIEW AND MCQS

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Publisher : JAYPEE BROTHERS
Author : HARSH MOHAN
Edition : 8
Publication Year : 2018
Condition : NEW
Total Pages : 1028

•Revised and Updated Text: Insertion of latest information between the lines in various aspects of diseases- additional causes, recent mechanism and newer diagnostic techniques. Current criteria of diagnosis of common diseases and most recent WHO classification of neoplasms along with references have been included in all chapters. 25 new tables have been added in different chapters while others have been updated. It follows simple, lucid, easily understandable and reproducible, user-friendly format. •Reorganised Text: the revised edition contains 30 chapters distributed in three sections: General Pathology (Ch. 1 to 10), Haematopoietic and Lymphoreticular System (Ch. 11 to 14), and Systemic Pathology (Ch. 15 to 30), and three appendices. •New Chapters: addition of new chapters on Molecular Cell Biology in Health and Ageing (Ch.2) and another chapter carved out in haematology by restructuring this section into four chapters, in conformity with recent WHO classification scheme. These are ‘White Blood Cells-Proliferations and Myeloid Neoplasms (Ch.13) and ‘Diseases of Lymphoid Cells and Lymphoreticular Tissues (Ch.14). •Newer and Amended Images: Schematic, gross images and photomicrographs have been added (many previous pictures have been replaced with better images) of high quality and better resolution, contributed generously by Prof Ivan Damjanov. All the pictures have been labelled to help the beginners to identify structures in the image. •Must-know Boxes: At the end of every topic, distinctive eye-catching colour boxes have been added summarising bulleted key points for a rapid revision of the subject in an ultra-short time. •Chapter Orientation: This new feature of revised edition as a paragraph at the beginning of every chapter, giving an overview of what is going to be learnt in that chapter in a systematic sequence. •Newer Format of Clinical Cases: At the end of most of the chapters, one or more clinical cases based on a common or an important disease p
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