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- Cambridge University Press
- 500 colour illus. 60 tables
- 279 x 222 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1428 g
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Advance praise: 'Numerous tables and explanatory comments pertinent to the answers of the multiple choice questions provide a treasure of information which educates, inspires and encourages the reader not only to learn but also to think critically about specific conditions and beyond. Some of these 'gems' flagged up in sections with headings like 'short-guide', 'cheat-sheet', 'at a glance' and 'quick-recap' will no doubt catch the reader's attention and imagination.' Asok Biswas, University of Edinburgh
Advance praise: 'It is not necessary to being at the beginning, although it enhances the experience by moving through it in sequence. Yet, conversely, part of the fun of this work consists in discovering, serendipitously, 'gems' within the tables and the explanations of the correct answers to the questions. As challenging as the discipline of dermatopathology is, there is something for everyone here, from medical students, to residents, to fellows, and to seasoned dermatopathologists.' Mark A. Hurt, President, WCP Pathology, Cutaneous Pathology, & Laboratories, Maryland Heights, Missouri, former President of the American Society of Dermatopathology
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Meera Mahalingam is a board certified pathologist and dermatopathologist. Her training in pathology in both the UK and USA enables her to have the unique perspective of what is required of trainees across continents. She currently serves as the Section Chief of Dermatopathology for VA Consolidated Laboratories, New England.
1. General; 2. Genodermatoses and epidermal disorders; 3. Pigmentary disorders; 4. Tissue reaction patterns; 5. Disorders involving the dermis and, or subcutis; 6. Depositional diseases and cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease and depositional diseases; 7. Infections; 8. Tumors.