Designed to complement Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 9th Edition and Robbins Basic Pathology, 9th Edition, the full-color Robbins and Cotran Atlas of Pathology offers more than 1,500 outstanding illustrations that vividly depict the most common diseases covered in pathology courses and USMLE exams. It's a quick visual reference or review for students and professionals alike.
- Quickly compare gross, microscopic, and radiologic images with examples of normal organs and tissues.
- Review just the key information you need to know with help from extensive legends that provide convenient summarizations.
- Understand the correlation between pathology and clinical history, physical exam findings, and clinical laboratory tests.
- Access the fully searchable text online at Student Consult.
- Visualize key pathologic findings with crystal clarity through over 400 new or updated images.
- Study effectively with this unique companion product! All chapters have been reviewed and revised to reflect the new content found in Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease, 9th Edition (ISBN: 978-1-4557-2613-4).
Chapter 1. Blood Vessels
Chapter 2. The Heart
Chapter 3. Hematopathology
Chapter 4. Red Blood Cell Disorders
Chapter 5. The Lung
Chapter 6. Head and Neck
Chapter 7. The Gastrointestinal Tract
Chapter 8. The Liver and Biliary Tract
Chapter 9. The Pancreas
Chapter 10. The Kidney
Chapter 11. The Lower Urinary Tract
Chapter 12. The Male Genital Tract
Chapter 13. The Female Genital Tract
Chapter 14. The Breast
Chapter 15. The Endocrine System
Chapter 16. The Skin
Chapter 17. Bones, Joints, and Soft-Tissue Tumors
Chapter 18. Peripheral Nerve and Skeletal Muscle
Chapter 19. The Central Nervous System
Chapter 20. The Eye
"The vast majority of the photos are of excellent quality, and the few lines of description next to the pictures provide a high-yield summary of what you need to know about the basic histological features of the disease. The pairing of the book with website resources is a distinct advantage for users."
- Feras Ally, MD (University of Kansas Medical Center) for Doody’s Review Service