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Exam Preparatory Manual for Undergraduates General and Systemic Pathology
Author:  
Ramadas Nayak MBBS MD
 


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ISBN9789351524267
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2015
Pages760
Size 8.5" X 11"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
This book consists of 23 chapters and is organized into two sections namely general pathology and systemic pathology. Section 1—General Pathology: It provides an overview of the basic pathologic mechanisms underlying diseases including cellular adaptations, inflammation, tissue repair, chronic inflammation, hemodynamic disorders, immunological disorders, neoplasia and genetics. Section 2—Systemic Pathology: It deals with chapters devoted to diseases and disorders of various organ systems including vascular, cardiac, respiratory, gastrointestinal, liver and biliary tract, pancreas, kidney, male and female genital tract, bones, endocrines, skin and central nervous system. For hematology section, readers are requested to refer to Rapid Review of Hematology authored by Dr Ramadas Nayak and Dr Sharada Rai and Essentials in Hematology and Clinical Pathology by Dr Ramadas Nayak, Dr Sharada Rai and Dr Astha Gupta. After many years (more than 34 years) of teaching undergraduates, I found that undergraduate students find it difficult to understand, remember and answer the questions during examinations, in a satisfying way. There are many pathology textbooks, but undergraduates face difficulty to refresh their knowledge during examinations. This encouraged me to write a book to fill the niche, to provide basic information to an undergraduate in a nutshell. The text provides all the basic information the student will ever need to know. Key words are shown in bold words so that student can rapidly go through the book on the previous day or just before the examination. Most students are fundamentally “visually oriented.” As the saying “one picture is worth a thousand words”, it encouraged me to provide many illustrations.
Key Features
• Provides basic concepts of diseases required to be known by undergraduate students

• Provides knowledge in a simple, lucid, easily understandable and reproducible format

• Richly illustrated in multicolor

• Book is divided into two sections namely General Pathology (Chapters 1 to 8) and Systemic Pathology (Chapters 9 to 23)

• Concise text in bullet form for easy review and recollection

• Rapid review of book is assisted by providing key points in bold words so that it will help the student to just brush through the entire book within few hours before the examination or viva-voce

• Text boxes provide about 276 usual questions asked in the examination

• Text boxes also provide nice-to-know information that will be very useful for students appearing for postgraduate entrance examination. This information is usually not provided by the standard textbooks in pathology and is an additional attraction

• Appendices provide various important bodies and its associated conditions, important cells in various lesions and pathognomonic structures in diseases

• Helpful and detailed 152 tables

• Text enhanced by 350 illustrations, 82 gross photographs, 162 photomicrographs, one clinical photograph, and 3 X-ray photographs.
Target Audience
Undergraduate students
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