Essentials of Pathology for Toxicologists

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CRC Press, Sep 2, 2003 - Medical - 190 pages
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Currently, the only pathology books available to pathologists are large tomes written for medical and veterinary students. Essentials of Pathology for Toxicologists is an outstanding starting point for those coming to grips with the fundamentals such as cell damage and cell death. It includes discussion on inflammation, hypertrophy, neoplasia, thrombosis, restoration and repair, and immune disease. It also contains guidelines for understanding pathologists' reports and their working methods - written specifically for the toxicologist. A thorough hematology glossary also helps toxicologists familiarize themselves with key pathology terms.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Cellular pathology
1
Chapter 2 Tissue pathology
12
Chapter 3 Cancer
22
Chapter 4 Immunologyan introduction
28
Chapter 5 Causation of disease
32
Chapter 6 Some recent advances in pathology
35
Chapter 7 Clinical chemistry
39
Chapter 8 Haematology
62
Further reading on pathology
116
Further reading on clinical chemistry
118
Further reading on haematology
119
Index
120
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