Silverberg's Principles and Practice of Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology is one of the most durable reference texts in pathology. Thoroughly revised and updated, this state-of-the-art new edition encompasses the entire fields of surgical pathology and cytopathology in a single source. Its practice-oriented format uniquely integrates these disciplines to present all the relevant features of a particular lesion, side by side. Over 3500 color images depict clinical features, morphological attributes, histochemical and immunohistochemical findings, and molecular characteristics of all lesions included. This edition features new highly experienced and academically accomplished editors, while chapters are written by the leading experts in the field (several new to this edition, bringing a fresh approach). Dr Steven Silverberg's practical approach to problem solving has been carefully preserved. The print book is packaged with access to a secure, electronic copy of the book, providing quick and easy access to its wealth of text and images.
- All diagnostic aspects of surgical pathology and cytopathology are included in one text and integrated in each chapter, providing everything the trainee and practitioner needs in one comprehensive reference text - Numerous pertinent and high-quality colour images, offered in print and electronic formats, provide readers with a visual library for solving day-to-day diagnostic problems - Each chapter author is highly experienced and academically accomplished, providing an authoritative yet practical discussion of diagnostic problems
Table of Contents
Volume 1: Table of contents Preface List of contributors 1. General philosophy and principles of surgical pathology and cytopathology, including quality and legal issues 2. General and special techniques in surgical pathology and cytopathology 3. Pathology of selected infectious diseases 4. Immunological diseases and transplantation pathology 5. The pathology of iatrogenic lesions 6. Differential diagnosis of metastatic tumors 7. Surgical pathology of non-neoplastic skin disease 8. Cutaneous tumors and tumor-like conditions 9. Soft tissue tumors 10. The breast 11. Lymph nodes and spleen 12. Bone marrow.
Volume 2: Table of contents Preface List of contributors 13. Non-neoplastic diseases of bones and joints 14. Neoplastic and tumor-like lesions of bone 15. Sinonasal and nasopharyngeal pathology 16. Larynx and trachea 17. Non-neoplastic lung diseases 18. Tumors and tumor-like conditions of the lung 19. Diseases of the serosal surfaces 20. The cardiovascular system 21. Surgical pathology and cytopathology of the thymus and mediastinum 22. The oral cavity 23. Disease of the salivary gland.
Volume 3: Table of contents Preface List of contributors 24. The esophagus 25. The stomach 26. Non-neoplastic diseases of the small and large intestines 27. Neoplastic diseases of the small and large intestines 28. Non-neoplastic diseases of the liver 29. Neoplasms and tumor-like conditions of the liver 30. The pancreas and extrahepatic biliary system 31. Non-neoplastic renal diseases 32. Neoplasms and tumor-like conditions of the kidney 33. The urinary bladder, urachal remnants, urethra, renal pelves and ureters 34. The testis, paratesticular structures, and male external genitalia 35. Diseases of the prostate.
Volume 4: Table of contents Preface List of contributors 36. The uterine cervix 37. The vulva and vagina 38. The uterine corpus 39. The ovary 40. The placenta, products of conception, and gestational trophoblastic disease 41. The pathology of the pituitary gland 42. The thyroid gland 43. The parathyroid glands 44. The adrenal glands and tumors of extra-adrenal paraganglia 45. Muscle and peripheral nerve pathology 46. The ear 47. The eye and ocular adnexa 48. The central nervous system Index.