1000 pages, Illustrations
Ultrastructural Pathology, Second Edition is a comprehensive reference on electron microscopy of pathologic tissue in animals and humans. The text bridges the gap between what is seen in the electron microscope at the cellular level with what the pathologist encounters in the postmortem room. It explains and integrates all aspects of ultrastructural pathology in human and animal tissue occurring from natural and experimental disease. This new edition has been improved with a more comparative focus and expanded coverage on infectious diseases and tumors.
"The reorganization of the book, with complete tables of infectious agents and updated references, and the addition of illustrations to display complex cellular processes contribute to the book's value as a reference text. I highly recommend this book as a valuable resource for students, researchers, pathologists, and veterinary health-care professionals."
- Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, March 2010
"This atlas has something for everyone: the student preparing for pathology boards, the bench pathologist, the diagnostician, and the toxicologic pathologist, just to name a few. This book, like the first edition, will be the gold standard desk reference for anyone who needs to interpret or confirm cellular changes from surgical or postmortem lesions."
- Microscopy & Microanalysis, 2010
PART I: Structural Basis of Cell Injury
1. Cellular Response to Injury
2. Cell Death
3. Cell Defense & Recovery
PART II: Organelle Pathology
4. Cell Surface and Cytoskeleton
5. Intracellular traffiking
6. Organelles of Protein Synthesis
7. Organ. of Lipid & Carb Metabolism
PART III. Inflammation & Hemostasis
10. Leukocytes & Platelets
11. Monocyte-macrophage system
12. Fibroblasts, fibrosis and the ECM
PART VI. Cytopath of Intracell Infect
13. Viral diseases
14. Bacterial disease
15. Protozoal diseases
16. Fungi and algae
PART V. Toxic Diseases
21. Pulmonary toxicity
PART VI. Dysfunctional Growth & Neoplasia
22. Cell Cycle: Regeneration & Aging
PART VII. Diagnostic Pathology
24. Calcification and Mineralization
26. Protein Misfolding & Inclusion Bodies
27. Storage diseases
30. Prion Diseases
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Norman F. Cheville, DVM, PhD is Professor Emeritus of Veterinary Pathology at Iowa State University. Previously, he was Chair of the Department of Veterinary Pathology and Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University, and was Chief of Pathology at the National Animal Disease Center in Ames, Iowa.