Orthopaedic Pathology, 5th Edition, by Peter G. Bullough, MB, ChB, presents a unique, lavishly illustrated account of the pathology of arthritic disorders, metabolic disturbances, and soft tissue and bone tumors. Nearly 2,000 high-quality pathologic slides, diagnostic images, and gross specimens-side-by-side-depict the appearance of a wide range of conditions and correlate orthopaedic pathology to clinical practice for greater diagnostic accuracy. Expert Consult functionality-new to this edition-offers convenient access to the complete contents of the book online. It's the ideal resource for the orthopaedic surgeon and radiologist as well as the trainee and practicing pathologist.
- Provides extensive coverage of arthritic disorders, metabolic disturbances, soft tissue tumors, bone tumors, and rare disorders-not just tumors, which most books emphasize-for guidance on the most commonly seen conditions.
- Uses nearly 2000 high-quality illustrations-including pathology, histology, radiologic imaging, and schematic line diagrams-that present a clear visual correlation between pathology and clinical images to aid in diagnosis.
- Includes a chapter on imaging techniques, interpretation, and strategies that provides a foundation of knowledge in radiology.
- Features brief text, including bulleted lists of key points and information, that makes reference quick and learning easy.
- Offers updated coverage of immunohistochemistry and molecular pathology-along with examples from the latest imaging and pathologic techniques-to help you recognize the presentation of disorders using these approaches.
- Features discussions of some rare conditions, equipping you to diagnose even the least common orthopaedic disorders.
- Provides access to the complete text online, fully searchable, along with all of the illustrations downloadable for your personal presentations, at expertconsult.com.
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