Pathology in Clinical Practice: 50 Case Studies Paperback
Once students have learned the principles behind basic pathology and the mechanisms of disease, they must then consolidate their knowledge by putting those principles into clinical practice.
Providing a practical learning experience, this volume presents fifty structured clinical scenarios.
Each case is based on a clinical situation that pulls together the key pathological, radiological, and clinical aspects of a condition.
Questions and answers highlight diagnostic avenues and provide an effective way of testing assimilation of the material. Students can set their own level of challenge and build their clinical understanding by delving into a cluster of cases covering related topics, or instead emphasize one of the five main themes: symptoms, signs, investigations, treatment, and overall management.
Ample illustrations supplement the text, which blends typical clinical case presentations with narrative-style and imaging-based cases.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 224 pages, 25 b&w line; 50 b&w halftones; 25 colour line; 100 colour halftones.
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 30/01/2009
- Category: Pathology
- ISBN: 9780340959046