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Morson and Dawson's Gastrointestinal Pathology

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9781405199438

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1405199431
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Pub. Date:
2/4/2013
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Wiley-Blackwell
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This new edition of the classic gastrointestinal pathology text aims to once again provide pathologists and gastroenterologists with a comprehensive reference tool encompassing all aspects of gastrointestinal pathology.The emphasis is a clinically orientated one; the pathology of the GI tract is comprehensively reviewed in sections according to each anatomical part of the body, with the aim of aiding the gastroenterologist in his/her clinical decision making when treating patients. Gastroenterology is a very multidisciplinary area of clinical medicine, meaning that although management of a patient with GI symptoms is headed by the gastroenterologist, it is normally a whole team of medical professionals with relevant expertise whole are also involved, ie., for a patient with IBD the gastroenterologist would consult with many colleagues - a pathologist, an immunologist, an endoscopist, a surgeon, etc, etc. So the gastroenterologist who initially sees a patient will be in very close consultation with the pathologist who will be analysing cell and tissue biopsies, etc. Consequently, this book will be extremely useful for gastroenterologists as well as pathologists, as the gastroenterologists will use it to make clinical decisions for diagnosis and treatment based to a significant extent on what the pathologist reports.

Table of Contents

Contributors

Foreword

Preface

Part 1: Oesophagus

1 The normal oesophagus: anatomy, specimen dissection and histology relevant to pathological practice

Kaiyo Takubo, Neil A. Shepherd

2 Normal embryology, fetal development and developmental abnormalities

Kaiyo Takubo, Neil A. Shepherd

3 Neuromuscular and mechanical disorders of the oesophagus

D. Scott A. Sanders

4 Inflammatory disorders of the oesophagus

Laura W. Lamps

5 Barrett's oesophagus

Neil A. Shepherd

6 Polyps and tumour-like lesions of the oesophagus

Jeremy R. Parfitt, David K. Driman

7 Tumours of the oesophagus

Amitabh Srivastava, Robert D. Odze

8 Miscellaneous conditions of the oesophagus

Raymond F.T. McMahon

Part 2: Stomach

9 Normal stomach: anatomy, specimen dissection and histology relevant to pathological practice

Shinichi Ban

10 Congenital abnormalities of the stomach

Michio Shimizu, Do-Youn Park

11 Inflammatory disorders of the stomach

Hala El-Zimaity, Robert H. Riddell

12 Polyps and tumour-like lesions of the stomach

Muriel Genevay, Gregory Y. Lauwers

13 Epithelial tumours of the stomach

Fatima Carneiro, Gregory Y. Lauwers

14 Stromal tumours of the stomach

Erinn Downs-Kelly, Brian P. Rubin, John R. Goldblum

15 Lymphoid and other tumours of the stomach

Laurence de Leval

16 Miscellaneous conditions of the stomach

Do-Youn Park, Michio Shimizu

Part 3: Small intestine

17 Normal small intestine: anatomy, specimen dissection and histology relevant to pathological practice Robert E. Petras

18 Congenital abnormalities of the small intestine

Claude Cuvelier

19 Neuromuscular and mechanical disorders of the small intestine

Paola Domizio, Joanne E. Martin

20 Inflammatory disorders of the small intestine

Karel Geboes

21 The pathology of malnutrition and malabsorption

Ian Brown

22 Vascular disorders of the small intestine

Amy E. Noffsinger

23 Polyps and tumour-like lesions of the small intestine

G. Johan A. Offerhaus, Lodewijk A.A. Brosens, Marnix Jansen

24 Epithelial tumours of the small intestine

Kieran G. Sheahan

25 Stromal tumours of the small intestine

Elizabeth Montgomery

26 Lymphoid and other tumours of the small intestine

Scott R. Owens

27 Miscellaneous disorders

Joel K. Greenson

Part 4: Appendix

28 Normal appendix: anatomy, specimen dissection and histology relevant to pathological practice Nadine Ectors

29 Inflammatory disorders of the appendix

Fiona Campbell

30 Tumours of the appendix

Joseph Misdraji

31 Miscellaneous conditions of the appendix

Robert P. Eckstein

Part 5: Large intestine

32 Normal large intestine: anatomy, specimen dissection and histology relevant to pathological practice

Gordon Hutchins, Nicholas West, Phil Quirke

33 Congenital abnormalities of the large intestine and the anal region

Adrian C. Bateman

34 Neuromuscular and mechanical disorders of the large intestine

Paola Domizio, Joanne E. Martin

35 Inflammatory disorders of the large intestine

Dhanpat Jain, Bryan F. Warren and Robert H Riddell

36 Vascular disorders of the large intestine

Cian Muldoon

37 Polyps and tumour-like lesions of the large intestine

Andrew D. Clouston, Neal I. Walker

38 Epithelial tumours of the large intestine

Shaun V. Walsh, Frank A. Carey

39 Non-epithelial tumours of the large intestine

Jean-François Fléjou

40 Miscellaneous conditions of the large intestine

Adrian C. Bateman

Part 6: Anal region

41 Normal anal region: anatomy, histology relevant to pathological practice and specimen handling

Kevin P. West

42 Inflammatory disorders of the anal region

Alison Winstanley, Marco R. Novelli

43 Tumours and tumour-like conditions of the anorectal region

Thomas Guenther

44 Miscellaneous conditions of the anal region

Manuel Salto-Tellez

Part 7: Peritoneum

45 The normal peritoneum

Geraint T. Williams

46 Inflammatory disorders of the peritoneum

Maurice B. Loughrey

47 Tumours and tumour-like lesions of the peritoneum

Richard L. Attanoos

48 Miscellaneous conditions of the peritoneum

Geraint T. Williams

Index



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