Essentials of Pathology for Toxicologists

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Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Medical - 166 pages
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All toxicologists, whether professional or in training, will have to study some pathology. Currently, the only pathology books available to them are large tomes of highly detailed pathology written for medical and veterinary students. Divided into three sections that address; general pathology, clinical chemistry and hematology, 'Essentials of Pathology for Toxicologists' is an essential starting point for the toxicologist coming to grips with fundamentals such as cell damage and cell death. It includes discussion about inflammation, hypertrophy, neoplasia, immunology, thrombosis, restoration and repair, and immune disease. It also contains guidelines on understanding the pathologist's report and his or her working methods - all written specifically for the toxicologist. A thorough glossary also helps toxicologists familiarize themselves with key pathology terms.

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