DERMATOPATHOLOGY A-Z. A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE

DERMATOPATHOLOGY A-Z. A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Anatomía Patológica
ISBN:
978-3-319-89485-0
Páginas:
776
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
2334
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

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208,00 €

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197,60 €

Dermatopathology A-Z is a comprehensive book designed to help a novice in the field quickly learn diagnostic criteria and memorize the images, while more experienced dermatopathologists or surgical pathologists can quickly refresh their visual memory by reviewing images of two cases of a particular disease. Alphabetically organized, this image-heavy text provides a succinct pathological description on nearly 600 different diseases. With an emphasis on visual learning, diseases are illustrated with images from two different cases and includes low, medium, and high power images to mirror how dermatopathologists develop diagnosis and build the disease histomorphology.

Features
• Serves as an easily accessible tool for diagnostic criteria and images of all entities that might be encountered
• Written for students of dermatopathology who are taking the dermatology or pathology board exams who need to quickly review a large number of images, as well as the practicing diagnostician
• Each disease entity described in a concise manner with accompanying high quality images
• Features nearly 600 diseases

Authors
Dr. Vladimir Vincek, MD, Ph.D. is professor at the University of Florida's College of Medicine in the Dermatology department. Until August 2016, he was also the director of the Dermatopathology Program and has also served as the medical director for the University of Florida Pathology Laboratories (UF PathLabs). He actively teaches in dermatology and pathology training programs as well as in UF’s dermatopathology fellowship program and continues to pursue his research interest in gene expression analysis of melanocytic lesions and study of abnormal wound healing. He has received several teaching awards, including The Hydra Award from UF’s department of pathology, immunology and laboratory medicine in 2007-2008.