General and Systematic Pathology
James Cressee Elphinstone Underwood
Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 833 pages
This textbook is written and designed for students of medicine and related health science subjects. It presents pathology in the context of modern cellular biology and clinical practice. This comprehensive textbook begins with the principle of pathology and the mechanisms of disease before covering systematic pathology.
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BASIC PATHOLOGY DISEASE MECHANISMS
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abnormalities acid acute adenoma aetiology anaemia antibody antigen apoptosis arteries associated autoimmune bacteria benign biopsy blood bone marrow breast cancer carcinoma cardiac cause cellular characteristic chromosome chronic clinical common commonest congenital connective tissue Crohn's disease cysts cytokines damage defects deficiency develop diabetes diagnosis differentiation disease disorders ducts effects enzymes epithelial epithelium factors failure fibrosis function gene genetic glands glomerular glomerulonephritis growth haemorrhage hepatitis histological Hodgkin's lymphoma hormone hypercalcaemia hyperplasia hypertension immune incidence increased infarction infection infiltrate inflammation inflammatory intestinal involved kidney lesions leukaemia liver lung lymph nodes lymphocytes lymphoma macrophages malignant membrane metabolic metastases mucosa muscle necrosis neoplastic neutrophil normal obstruction occur oedema oncogene organs pathology patients plasma platelet polymorphs primary produce proliferation prostatic protein pulmonary receptors red cell renal respiratory response result risk serum skin squamous surface symptoms syndrome T-cells thyroid tion tumours ulcers usually vascular venous vessels viral virus vitamin