The Flesh and Bones of Pathology
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THE FLESH AND BONES OF MEDICAL PATHOLOGY presents a clinically-orientated account of the subject, covering all the key concepts you need with no gaps. You can use it either as an introduction to pathology, or as a revision aid.Table of Contents
- Big Picture Section - helps you to relate detail to the subject as a whole
- High Return Facts - reinforces the major points and lets you fill any large gaps in your knowledge
- Cartoon-strip illustrations - lets you visualise difficult concepts in a step-by-step format, and allows information to be grouped into student-friendly sizes
- Double-page overviews - all laid out in one spread, so you can read topic summaries without cross-referencing to other pages
''The Flesh and Bones of Pathology by Bateman and Carr really does offer a succinct and simple account of clinically relevant basic pathology, equipping medical students and junior doctors alike with a broad working knowledge, and a basic understanding of key concepts within this vast subject. Flesh and Bones is nothing more than a light read but well worth a flick through, particularly during the early years of medical training.''
The Flesh and Bones of Pathology, January 2010.
"The Flesh and Bones of Pathology really does offer a succinct and simple account of clinically relevant basic pathology, equipping medical students and junior doctors alike with a broad working knowledge and a basic understanding of key concepts within this vast subject." ACP News, Winter 2009
By Adrian C. Bateman, BSc, MD, FRCPath, Consultant Histopathologist, Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust, Southampton, UK; and Norman Carr, MB, BS, FRCPath, FRCPA, Professor of Anatomical Pathology, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia