Diagnostic Pathology: GI Endoscopic Correlations Hardback
Part of the Diagnostic Pathology series
Although written for the gastrointestinal pathologist, practicing gastroenterologist, and trainees in the field, Diagnostic Pathology: GI Endoscopic Correlation provides useful information to general practitioners in internal medicine and surgical pathology.
With nearly 200 diagnoses all featuring the most recent information and formatted with Amirsys pioneered, bulleted text this reference provides a comprehensive, atlas-like, overview of endoscopic and microscopic correlates.
Thousands of endoscopic, gross, and microscopic images are extensively annotated and serve to highlight clinically and pathologically significant features of disease as well as relevant differential diagnoses.
Coupled with a companion eBook, this volume will become a standard reference for all practitioners who provide care to patients with gastrointestinal diseases. "A well produced up to date atlas of GI endoscopic correlation which complements other major textbooks in this field." Reviewed by Pathlab.org March 2015Comprehensive, atlas-like, overview of endoscopic and microscopic correlates for nearly 200 diagnoses Heavily illustrated along with at least 1,000 annotated images Images of complementary types (endoscopic and microscopic of same Dx, etc.) Up-to-date content and reference lists Advanced endoscopic techniques and their images Latest testing modalities, including various molecular assays Discussion of emerging entities, such as drug-induced, immune-mediated disorders Bulleted and succinct text format distills essential information for fast and easy comprehension Highlighted key facts boxes summarize the major points of each chapter Comes with Amirsys eBook AdvantageT, an eBook featuring expanded content, additional images, and fully searchable bulleted text format for quick, easy reference
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 616 pages, Approx. 1662 illustrations (1662 in full color)
- Publisher: Amirsys, Inc
- Publication Date: 03/10/2014
- Category: Pathology
- ISBN: 9781937242206