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- 2007 CRCnetBASEedited by John G. Baust, John M. Baust.
- 2007[edited by] Robert M. Klein George C. Enders.
- 2010[edited by] Robert M. Klein, George C. Enders.
- 2016 SpringerJose A. Plaza, Victor G. Prieto, editors.
- 2013 ClinicalKey[edited by] S. Kim Suvarna, Christopher Layton, John D. Bancroft.Managing the laboratory / Louise Dunk -- Safety and ergonomics in the laboratory / John D. Bancroft -- Light microscopy / John D. Bancroft and Alton D. Floyd -- Fixation of tissues / Anthony Rhodes -- The gross room/surgical cut-up / S. Kim Suvarna and Christopher Layton -- Tissue processing and microarray / Lena T. Spencer, John D. Bancroft, and Wanda Grace Jones -- Microtomy : paraffin and frozen / Lena T. Spencer and John D. Bancroft -- Plastic embedding for light microscopy / Neil M. Hand -- How histological stains work / Richard W. Horobin -- The hematoxylins and eosin / John D. Bancroft and Christopher Layton -- Connective and mesenchymal tissues with their stains / John D. Bancroft and Christopher Layton -- Carbohydrates / Christopher Layton and John D. Bancroft -- Pigments and minerals / Guy E. Orchard -- Amyloid / Janet A. Gilbertson and Toby Hunt -- Microorganisms / Jeanine H. Bartlett -- Bone / Diane L. Sterchi -- Techniques in neuropathology / J. Robin Highley and Nicky Sullivan -- Immunohistochemical techniques / Peter Jackson and David Blythe -- Immunofluorescent techniques / Graeme Wild -- Immunohistochemistry quality control / Tracy Sanderson and Gregory Zardin -- Molecular pathology / Diane L. Sterchi and Caroline Astbury -- Transmission electron microscopy / Anthony E. Woods and John W. Stirling -- Quantittive data from microscopic specimens / Alton D. Floyd -- Appendix I : classical histochemical methods / John D. Bancroft and Jennifer H. Stonard -- Appendix II : applications of immunohistochemistry / Laura J. Keeling and Sherin Jos Payyappilly -- Appendix III : measurement units / Jennifer H. Stonard -- Appendix IV : preparation of solutions / Danielle Maddocks -- Appendix V : buffer solutions / Paul Samuel -- Appendix VI : solubility of some common reagents and dyes / Stuart Inglut -- Appendix VII : mounting media and slide coatings / Ann Michelle Moon -- Appendix VIII : Molecular pathology reagents / Diane L. Sterchi.
- Cells and tissues by light and electron microscopy : Microscopie photonique et électronique de tissus et de cellulesv. 2, 1970.[By] Edmund B. Sandborn. Version française par Réal Gagnon, Pierre Jean [et] Bernard Messier.
- 2011 Springereditors, Linda M. Ernst, Eduardo D. Ruchelli and Dale S. Huff.This book serves as a comprehensive atlas of the developmental histology of the major organs from 15 weeks gestation to the neonatal period. Each section includes text on basic embryologic processes that influence the development of each organ and highlight major histologic features that correspond with certain developmental periods. In addition, there are many color photomicrographs at key developmental stages to assist the reader in identifying appropriate histologic changes at each developmental stage. This book will be of great value to students of embryology, pathology residents and fellows, and attending pathologists who perform fetal autopsies.
- 2009Leslie P. Gartner, James L. Hiatt.
- 2005Leslie P. Gartner, James L. Hiatt.The cell -- Epithelium and glands -- Connective tissue -- Cartilage and bone -- Blood and hemopoiesis -- Muscle -- Nervous tissue -- Circulatory system -- Lymphoid tissue -- Endocrine system -- Integument -- Respiratory system -- Digestive system I: oral region -- Digestive system II: alimentary canal -- Digestive system III: digestive glands -- Urinary system -- Female reproductive system -- Male reproductive system -- Special senses.
- 2007Leslie P. Gartner, James L. Hiatt.1. Introduction to histology and basic histological techniques - 2. Cytoplasm -- 3. Nucleus -- 4. Extracellular matrix -- 5. Epithelium and glands -- 6. Connective tissue -- 7. Cartilage and bone -- 8. Muscle -- 9. Nervous tissue -- 10. Blood and hemopoiesis -- 11. Circulatory system -- 12. Lymphoid (immune) system -- 13. Endocrine system -- 14. Integument -- 15. Respiratory system -- 16. Digestive system: oral cavity -- 17. Digestive system: alimentary canal -- 18. Digestive system: glands -- 19. Urinary system -- 20. Female reproductive system -- 21. Male reproductive system -- 22. Special senses.
- 2012 ScienceDirecteditors, Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis ; associate editors, Charles W. Frevert, Denny Liggitt ; technical editor, Kathleen S. Montine.1. Introduction / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis, Kathleen S. Montine -- 2. Phenotyping / Cory Brayton, Piper M. Treuting -- 3. Necropsy and Histology / Sue Knoblaugh, Julie Randolph-Habecker, Steve Rath -- 4. Mammary Gland / Robert D. Cardiff, Kimberly H. Allison -- 5. Skeletal System / Christopher Jerome, Benjamin Hoch -- 6. Nose, Sinus, Pharynx, and Larynx / Jack R. Harkema, Stephan A. Carey, James G. Wagner, Suzanne M. Dintzis, Denny Liggitt -- 7. Oral Cavity and Teeth / Piper M. Treuting, Thomas H. Morton Jr. -- 8. Salivary Glands / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 9. Respiratory / Carlos Jose Suarez, Suzanne M. Dintzis, Charles W. Frevert -- 10. Cardiovascular / Michael A. Laflamme, Manu M. Sebastian, Bernard S. Buetow -- 11. Upper Gastrointestinal Tract / Piper M. Treuting, Mark A. Valasek, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 12. Lower Gastrointestinal Tract / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 13. Liver and Gallbladder / Arlin B. Rogers, Renee Z. Dintzis -- 14. Pancreas / Suzanne M. Dintzis, Denny Liggitt -- 15. Endocrine System / Krista Marie DuBray La Perle, C. Diana Jordan -- 16. Urinary System / Piper M. Treuting, Jolanta Kowalewska -- 17. Female Reproductive System / Mara H. Rendi, Atis Muehlenbachs, Rochelle L. Garcia, Kelli L. Boyd -- 18. Male Reproductive System / Sue Knoblaugh, Lawrence True -- 19. Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues / Michael Linden, Jerrold M. Ward, Sindhu Cherian -- 20. Nervous System / Catherine E. Hagan, Brad Bolon, C. Dirk Keene -- 21. Special Senses: Eye / Piper M. Treuting, Rachel Wong, Daniel C. Tu, Isabella Phan -- 22. Special Senses: Ear / Piper M. Treuting, Suzanne M. Dintzis -- 23. Skin and Adnexa / John P. Sundberg, Lillian B. Nanney, Philip Fleckman, Lloyd E. King.
- 2011 ClinicalKeyLeslie P. Gartner, James L. Hiatt.Concise Histology is the successor to the world-renowned Bloom and Fawcett's Textbook of Histology. This major new edition focuses on the core information and skills needed by students, and presents the essential elements of the body at the cellular, tissue and systematic levels. Highly illustrated in full color, the new edition has been fully updated throughout. The introductory chapter on cell biology has been substantially expanded and a new glossary has been added to help students with unfamiliar terminology. Each chapter contains a brief section on the histophysiology of each tissue and organ, and highlighted boxes identify the diseases resulting from the malfunctioning of specific cells. At the end of each chapter a series of questions allows students to test their knowledge. EM and microscopic level photographs have been digitally enhanced to provide optimum quality images. This new edition also comes with a free CD-ROM containing over 2000 questions and answers for self-assessment and 150 text-labelled images.
- Contributions of the deltoid and rotator cuff to shoulder mobility and stability : a 3D finite element analysis2011Joshua Dale Webb.The shoulder bones provide few constraints on motion. Therefore, stability must be maintained by muscles and ligaments. Shoulder mobility allows versatility of function, but makes the shoulder prone to injury. A better understanding of the role of muscle in shoulder mechanics is needed to improve the treatment of shoulder injuries and pathologies. Computational models provide a valuable framework for characterizing joint mechanics. Previous shoulder models have used simple representations of muscle architecture and geometry that may not capture the details needed to fully understand muscle function. The purpose of this dissertation was to create a detailed 3D finite element model of the deltoid and the four rotator cuff muscles. This model was then used to characterize the muscle contributions to joint motion and stability. The model was constructed from magnetic resonance images of a healthy shoulder. From the images, the 3D geometry of the muscles, tendons and bones was acquired. A finite element mesh was constructed and the 3D trajectories of the muscle fibers were mapped onto the finite element mesh. A hyperelastic, transversely-isotropic material model was used to represent the nonlinear stress-strain relationship of muscle. Bone motions were prescribed and the resulting muscle deformations were simulated using an implicit finite element solver. To characterize muscle contributions to joint motion, we calculated moment arms for each modeled muscle fiber. We found that 3D models predicted substantial variability in moment arms across fibers within each muscle, which is not generally represented in line segment models. We also discovered that for muscles with large attachment regions, such as deltoid, the line segment models under constrained the muscle paths in some cases. As a result, line segment based moment arms changed more with joint rotation than moment arms predicted by the 3D models. Glenohumeral instability is common, and difficult to treat. To better understand the mechanics of instability we used the 3D model to investigate the role of the muscles in stabilizing the glenohumeral joint by simulating joint translations. We found that at the neutral position, anterior deltoid provides the largest potential to resist anterior translation which counters the conclusions of conventional line segment models. This is the result of compression generated by muscle contact, which must be considered when characterizing the ability of muscle to resist joint translation. This dissertation provides a new computational method for analyzing shoulder mechanics, and demonstrates the importance of 3D analysis when investigating the complex function of shoulder muscles.
- 2013 SpringerHelmut Breuninger, Patrick Adam.Introduction -- The Basics for Excision and Flattening -- Embedding and Sectioning -- Dividing Tumors and Topographical Orientation -- Communication with the Lab -- The Aftermath or How to Excise Until Clear Margins -- Variations for Special Locations and Large, Deep Penetrating Tumors -- How to Perform 3D Histology on Different Types of Tumors -- Terminology and Facts.
- 2013 ClinicalKey[edited by] Christopher D.M. Fletcher.Vol. I: Introduction -- Tumors of the heart and pericardium -- Vascular tumors -- Tumors of the upper respiratory tract -- pt. A: Nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, and nasopharynx -- pt. B: Larynx, hypopharynx, and trachea -- Tumors of the lung and pleura -- Tumors of the oral cavity -- Tumors of the salivary glands -- Tumors of the esophagus and stomach -- Tumors of the small and large intestines, including anal canal -- Tumors of the liver, biliary tree, and gallbladder -- Tumors of the exocrine pancreas -- Tumors of the urinary tract -- pt. A: Tumors of the kidney -- pt. B: Tumors of the renal pelvis and ureter -- pt. C: Tumors of the urinary bladder and urethra -- Tumors of the female genital tract -- pt. A: Ovary, fallopian tube, and broad and round ligaments -- pt. B: Endometrial tumors -- pt. C: Tumors of the placenta and gestational trophoblastic disease -- pt. D: Myometrium -- pt. E: Cervix -- pt. F: Vagina -- pt. G: Vulva -- Tumors and tumor-like conditions of the male genital tract -- pt. A: Prostate and seminal vesicles -- pt. B: Testicular neoplasms -- pt. C: Penis and scrotum -- Tumors of the peritoneum -- Vol. II: Tumors of the breast -- Tumors of the pituitary gland -- Tumors of the thyroid and parathyroid glands -- pt. A: The thyroid gland -- pt. B: The parathyroid gland -- Tumors of the adrenal gland -- Tumors of the endocrine pancreas -- Tumors of the lymphoreticular system, including spleen and thymus -- pt. A: The lymph node -- pt. B: The spleen -- pt. C: The thymus -- Tumors of the hematopoietic system -- Tumors of the skin -- Tumors of soft tissue -- Tumors of the osteoarticular system -- Tumors of the central nervous system -- Peripheral neuroectodermal tumors -- Tumors of the autonomic nervous system, including paraganglia -- Tumors of the eye and ocular adnexae -- Tumors of the ear -- Molecular genetic techniques in diagnosis and prognosis
- 2008Victor P. Eroschenko.
- 2013Victor P. Eroschenko.Histologic methods -- Light and transmission electron microscopy -- Cells and the cell cycle -- Epithelial tissue -- Connective tissue -- Hematopoietic tissue -- Skeletal tissue : cartilage and bone -- Muscle tissue -- Nervous tissue -- Circulatory system -- Immune system -- Integumentary system -- Digestive system part I : oral cavity and major salivary glands -- Digestive system part II : esophagus and stomach -- Digestive system part III : small and large intestines -- Digestive system part IV : accessory digestive organs -- Respiratory system -- Urinary system -- Endocrine system -- Male reproductive system -- Female reproductive system -- Organs of special senses : visual and auditory systems.
- 2011 SpringerReinhard B. Dettmeyer.Introduction -- Staining Techniques and Microscopy -- Histopathology of Selected Trauma -- Histopathology and Drug Abuse -- Toxin- and Drug-Induced Pathologies -- Alcohol-Related Histopathology -- Heat, Fire, Electricity, Lightning, Radiation, and Gases -- Hypothermia -- Thrombosis and Embolism -- Vitality, Injury Age, Determination of Skin Wound Age, and Fracture Age -- Aspiration and Inhalation -- Forensic-Histological Diagnosis of Species, Gender, Age, and Identity -- Coronary Sclerosis, Myocardial Infarction, Myocarditis, Cardiomyopathy, Coronary Anomalies, and the Cardiac Conduction System -- Vascular, Cardiac Valve, and Metabolic Diseases -- Lethal Infections, Sepsis, and Shock -- Endocrine Organs -- Pregnancy-Related Death, Death in Newborns, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome -- Forensic Cytology -- Histothanatology: Autolysis, Putrefaction, Mummification -- Forensic Neuropathology.
- 2010Jeffrey B. Kerr.The cell -- Origin of tissue types -- Blood -- Epithelium -- Connective tissue -- Muscle -- Nervous system -- Circulatory system -- Skin -- Skeletal tissues -- Immune system -- Respiratory system -- Orodental and salivary tissues -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Liver, gall bladder, and pancreas -- Urinary system -- Endocrine system -- Female reproductive system -- Male reproductive system -- Special senses.
- v. 1-7, 1929-69. (some gaps)bearb. ... ; neugründet von Wilhelm v. Möllendorff ; fortgefürhrt von Wolfgang Bargmann.v. 1. Die Lebendige Masse -- v. 2. Die Gewebe -- v. 3. Haut und Sinnesorgane -- v. 4. Nervensystem -- v. 5. Verdauungsapparat -- v. 6. Blutgefäss- und Lymphgefässapparat Innersekretorische Drüsen -- v. 7. Harn- und Geschelechtsapparat.
- 2006Michael H. Ross, Wojciech Pawlina.
- 2010 AccessMedicineDouglas F. Paulsen.Pt 1. Fundamental concepts -- pt 2. The four basic tissue types -- pt 3. Organs and organ systems .
- 2009 ClinicalKeyRobert B. Tallitsch ; Ronald S. Guastaferri, art coordinator and illustrator.Getting started -- Epithelial tissue -- Connective tissue proper -- Specialized connective tissue -- Specialized connective tissue: bone -- Muscle tissue -- Nervous tissue -- Cardiovascular system -- Blood -- Respiratory system -- Lymphoid system -- Urinary system -- Endocrine system -- Male reproductive system -- Female reproductive system -- Gastrointestinal system -- Integumentary system -- Special senses.
- 2016 ClinicalKeyAbraham L. Kierszenbaum, Laura L. Tres.Epithelium -- Epithelial glands -- Cell signaling -- Connective tissue -- Osteogenesis -- Blood and hematopoiesis -- Muscle tissue -- Nervous tissue -- Sensory organs vision and hearing -- Immune-lymphatic system -- Integumentary system -- Cardiovascular system -- Respiratory system -- Urinary system -- Upper digestive system -- Lower digestive system -- Digestive glands -- Neuroendocrine system -- Endocrine system -- Spermatogenesis -- Sperm transport and maturation -- Follicle development and the menstrual cycle -- Fertilization, placentation, and lactation.
- 2007 Ovideditor, Stacey E. Mills.Also available: Print – 2007
- von dr. W. Spielmeyer.Also available: Print – v. 1, 1922.
- 2014 Springer Protocolsedited by Christina E. Day.
- Histopathology of preclinical toxicity studies : interpretation and relevance in drug safety evaluation. 4th ed.2012 ScienceDirectPeter Greaves.
- 2013 SpringerDerek C. Allen, R. Iain Cameron, editors.Covering anatomical, clinical, pathological and laboratory aspects of surgical histopathology specimens, this book relates specimen dissection and its clinical context to relevant histopathology reports, and therefore a more comprehensive patient prognosis and management is possible. This book explains pathological and clinical terminology, including a glossary of clinical request form abbreviations. A standardised step-wise approach to specimen handling is illustrated with simple line diagrams and highlights essentials of the histopathology report, relating them to appropriate specimen dissection. The integrated multidisciplinary team approach taken to the modern clinical management of patients is reflected by correlating patient presentation, diagnostic and staging investigations with histopathology specimens. Current WHO and TNM tumor classifications are referenced. This book will be of educative value and act as a reference tool for the medical undergraduate student, medical trainee in histopathology and the biomedical scientist, and as a useful aide memoire for the histopathology consultant.
- 2016 SpringerShinichi Ohno, Nobuhiko Ohno, Nobuo Terada, editors.
- 2016 (14th ed.) AccessMedicine13th ed., 2013 AccessMedicineJunqueira, Luiz Carlos Uchôa; Mescher, Anthony L.Also available: Print – 2013-<2016>
- 2013 ClinicalKeyWilliam K. Ovalle, Patrick C. Nahirney ; illustrations by Frank H. Netter, contributing illustrators, Joe Chovan [and others].Netter's Essential Histology integrates gross anatomy and embryology with classic histology slides and cutting-edge scanning electron microscopy to give you a rich visual understanding of this complex subject. This histology textbook-atlas has a strong anatomy foundation and utilizes a variety of visual elements - including Netter illustrations and light and electron micrographs - to teach you the most indispensible histologic concepts and their clinical relevance. Excellent as both a reference and a review, Netter's Essential Histology will serve you well at any stage of your healthcare career. Gain a rich understanding of this vital subject through the succinct explanatory histology text. Learn to recognize both normal and diseased structures at the microscopic level with the aid of succinct explanatory text as well as numerous clinical boxes.Access the entire contents and ancillary components online at Student Consult, view images and histology slides at different magnifications, and watch new narrated video overviews of each chapter.Take your learning one step further with the purchase of Netter's Histology Flash Cards (sold separately), designed to reinforce your understanding of how the human body works in health as well as illness and injury.
- 2016 Springeredited by Juliano Cerci, Stefano Fanti, Dominique Delbeke.PART I. Biopsy guided PET/CT: Principle of biopsy guided imaging -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy: methods -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy: type of acess -- PART II. FDG PET/CT in lymphoma: Need of biopsy in lymphoma -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy in lymphoma: results -- PART III. FDG PET/CT in pancreatic lesions:Need of biopsy in pancreatic lesions -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy in pancreatic lesions: results -- PART IV. FDG PEM in breast lessions: Need of biopsy in breast lesions -- FDG PEM to guide biopsy in breast lesions: results -- PART V. PET/CT and CNS malignancies: Need of biopsy in CNS malignancies -- FDG PET/CT to guide biopsy in CNS: results -- PART VI. PET/CT and prostate cancer -- Choline PET/CT to guide biopsy in prostate cancer diagnosis -- PART VII. FLT PET/CT in cancer diagnosis: FLT PET/CT in cancer diagnosis: results.
- Outlines of normal and pathological histology : a syllabus of lectures at the Cooper Medical College, San Franciscov. 1-3. Google BooksFulltext (v.2) Google BooksFulltext (v.3) Google Booksby J.H. Wythe ... [v. 1].pt. 1. General histology. I. Living matter in health and disease. II. Normal and pathological histology of nutrient fluids.Also available: Print – v. 1-3., 1892-
- v.1-3, 2004, 2011 Springer Protocolsv. 2 Springer Protocolsv.3 Springer Protocolsedited by Jonathan M. Gibbins, Martyn P. Mahaut-Smith.v. 1. Functional assays -- v. 2. Perspectives and techniques.Also available: Print – v. 1-2, 2004.
- 2015 ClinicalKeyJames S. Lowe, Peter G. Anderson.Histology -- The cell -- Epithelial cells -- Support cells and the extracellular matrix -- Contractile cells -- Nervous tissue -- Blood cells -- Immune system -- Blood and lymphatic circulatory systems and heart -- Respiratory system -- Alimentary tract -- Liver -- Musculoskeletal system -- Endocrine system -- Urinary system -- Male reproductive system -- Female reproductive system -- Skin and breast -- Special senses.
- 2017 ClinicalKeyLeslie P. Gartner.Introduction to histology and basic histological techniques -- Cytoplasm -- Nucleus -- Extracellular matrix -- Epithelium and glands -- Connective tissue -- Cartilage and bone -- Muscle -- Nervous tissue -- Blood and hemopoiesis -- Circulatory system -- Lymphoid (immune) system -- Endocrine system -- Integument -- Respiratory system -- Digestive system : oral cavity -- Digestive system : alimentary canal -- Digestive system : glands -- Urinary system -- Female reproductive system -- Male reproductive system -- Special senses.
- 2008 ClinicalKey[edited by] John D. Bancroft, Marilyn Gamble.Also available: Print – 2008
- 2011[authors, James White, Jack Wilson ; contributor, David Seiden].Section I. Histology and Cell Biology -- Section II. Early Embryology -- Section III. Gross Anatomy -- Section IV. Neuroscience -- Index.
- 2011 ClinicalKey[edited by] Barbara Young, William Stewart, and Geraldine O'Dowd.Cellular responses to injury -- Acute inflammation, healing and repair -- Chronic inflammation -- Infections of histological importance -- Amyloidosis -- Disorders of growth -- Dysplasia and neoplasia -- Atherosclerosis -- Thrombosis and embolism -- Infarction -- Cardiovascular system -- Respiratory system -- Gastrointestinal system -- Liver and pancreaticobiliary system -- Urinary system -- Lymphoid and haematopoietic systems -- Female reproductive system -- Breast -- Male reproductive system -- Endocrine system -- Skin -- Bone and soft tissues -- Nervous system.Also available: Print – 2011
- 2014 ClinicalKeyBarbara Young, Geraldine O'Dowd, Phillip Woodford.Take a simple approach to understanding the fundamentals with Wheater's Functional Histology. Offering concise text accompanied by hundreds of captions and images of histology slides, this best-selling textbook will equip you with all the must-know histology information you need to complete your courses and ace your exams. Recognize the microscopic structure of normal human tissues and how it relates to function with the help of over 900 high-quality histology images and illustrations.Master how to apply histology in a clinical context through coverage of common clinical conditions in each chapter.Access the entire contents online at Student Consult, including all of the images, a virtual histolab, and USMLE-style self-assessment questions and rationales.
- 2006Barbara Young, James S. Lowe, Alan Stevens, John W. Heath ; drawings by Philip J. Deakin.Cell structure and function -- Cell cycle and replication -- Blood -- Supporting/connective tissues -- Epithelial tissues -- Muscle -- Nervous tissues -- Circulatory system -- Skin -- Skeletal tissues -- Immune system -- Respiratory system -- Oral tissues -- Gastrointestinal tract -- Liver and pancreas -- Urinary system -- Endocrine system -- Male reproductive system -- Female reproductive system -- Central nervous system -- Special sense organs -- Appendix 1: Introduction to microscopy -- Appendix 2: Notes on staining and techniques -- Appendix 3: Glossary of terms.
- 2010 ClinicalKeyKate M. Baldwin [and others]This one-of-a-kind review book combines hundreds of full USMLE-style questions with high-quality, full-colour illustrations and colour photomicrographs from the Wheater's texts enabling you to confidently prepare for exams.
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