Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology, Third Edition HD PDF

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As a matter of fact, Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology has become an essential part for training both new anatomical pathology teachers and pathology undergraduate students. It becomes more necessary given the current decline in autopsy rate and the mild ambivalence and aversion of new trainees to dissection in general. Furthermore, the knowledge of gross pathology is an essential component of anatomic pathology, so this book is the best alternative that ranks only second to seeing the fresh and wet macroscopic pathology.

Although there are less than 300 pages in Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology, hundreds of high-resolution color images are carefully selected for various common medical diseases, including pictures for gross specimens and pathological changes of tissues. They cover 11 types of human tissue & structure: cardiovascular system, lymph nodes and spleen, respiratory system, digestive system, pancreas, biliary system and liver, kidney system, male reproductive system, breast cancer and female reproductive system, endocrine system, bone, joint and connective tissue, and nervous system.

Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology has a comprehensive collection of gross but high-quality photographs for anatomical pathology. The majority of the photographs are unretouched images that are only visible during postmortem examinations. For the third edition of this book, some of the images, photographs and clinical endoscope photos are clinically classified as clinical pathology. It gives access to a huge range of pathological appearances that are almost impossible to find elsewhere. Therefore, it not only is suitable for medical college undergraduates, junior college students and junior college students to read, but also have a great reference value for graduate students, young teachers and doctors

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  1. Cardiovascular system
  2. Lymph nodes and spleen
  3. Respiratory system
  4. Alimentary system
  5. Pancreas, biliary system and liver
  6. Renal system
  7. Male genital system
  8. Breast and female genital system
  9. Endocrine system(
  10. Bones, joints and connective tissue
  11. Nervous system

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