Textbook of Fetal and Perinatal Pathology, Volume 1
Jonathan S. Wigglesworth, Don B. Singer
Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1991 - Medical - 1308 pages
This is a multi-author reference covering all aspects of foetal and neo-natal morphology. The first half of the book covers the abnormalities of growth, special dissection techniques, pathological conditions peculiar to perinatal management and causes of morbidity and mortality peculiar to these tiny patients. The second half of the book covers in great detail each of the traditional body systems, emphasizing the pathological entities of this age group.
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Principles and Major Problems
Role of Pathology in Modern Perinatal D B SINGER AND T MAC PHERSON
with Standards J S WIGGLES WORTH
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