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Introduction to Veterinary Pathology

Introduction to Veterinary Pathology - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 978-0813824956

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ISBN13: 978-0813824956
ISBN10: 0813824958
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Publisher: Iowa State University Press
Published: 2007
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Introduction to Veterinary Pathology - 3RD 07 edition

ISBN13: 978-0813824956

Cheville

ISBN13: 978-0813824956
ISBN10: 0813824958
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 3RD 07
Publisher: Iowa State University Press

Published: 2007
International: No
Summary

Introduction to Veterinary Pathology, Third Edition, is constructed for the beginning student in veterinary pathology, to introduce new scientific information on mechanisms of general tissue injury into the language of medicine. The basic concepts of pathology are integrated into clinical medicine. Chapters on cellular degeneration and necrosis, inflammation, thrombosis, hemodynamic disorders, and neoplasia have been reconstructed to include the latest in new scientific information and color illustrations of gross pathology. The revised 3rd edition also includes new chapters on: middot; Infectious Diseases middot; Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases middot; Ecosystems and Environmental Pathology middot; Forensic Pathology and Bioterrorism The new text has remained true to elements favored in a review of the 2nd edition: ''hellip;chapters cover the time-honoured topics of basic pathologyhellip;the information is impressively current and compact. Important points are illustrated with memorable examples of natural disease from the full range of domesticated species and our debt to laboratory animals is also recognized. The text is embellished with pathological vignettes such as an 1819 account of tetanus and the weaponry potential of anthrax, and the many photographs are eye-catching and often paired in order to contrast normal with abnormal or gross with microscopicrdquo;--Dr. Malcolm France, course coordinator for Veterinary Pathology, University of Sydney.

Author Bio

Norman F. Cheville, DVM, PhD, is professor emeritus of Veterinary Pathology at Iowa State University

Table of Contents

refacentroduction. Overview: Injury, Death and Adaptive Responseshe Language of Pathologyhe Diagnosisecrosisdaptive Responses to Injury and Altered Stimulationathologists at Work. Cell Death and Cell Recoveryecrosis: Morphology and Mechanismspoptosis: Programmed Cell Deathell Protection and Recovery. Cellular Responses to Sublethal Injuryetabolite Overloadrotein Aggregation Disordersmyloidalcificationigmentsrystalsonnective Tissue Substances. Inflammationverviewlinical Signs and Lesionsathogenesis of Acute Inflammationystemic Signs of Acute Inflammationhemical Mediators of Inflammationhronic Inflammation. Repair: Wound Healing and Regenerationepairngiogenesisibrosispithelializationegeneration. Hemostasis and Thrombosisverviewrevention of Coagulation by Normal Endotheliumlatelet Aggregationlood Coagulationhrombosis. Hemodynamic Disordersardiovascular Disease and its Consequencesdemaemorrhagehocknfarctionmbolismollateral and Compensatory Circulationascular Shunts and Fistulaeymphatic Blockageschemia. Neoplasia:Characterizing the Neoplasmverviewenign vs Malignantaking the Correct Diagnosis. Spread, Host Responses, and Genetics of Cancerhe Spread of Neoplasmslinical Effects of Neoplasmsestraint of Neoplastic Growthhe Genetic Basis of Cancerhe Cancer Cell

0. Causes of Cancerhemical Carcinogenesisiral Oncogenesishysical Agents Associated with Neoplasms

1. Immunologic Disordersisorders from Reduced Innate Immunityefects in Adaptive Immunityypersensitivity Diseaseutoimmune Disease

2. Genetic Disorders and Teratologyverviewutant Genes of Large Effect (Mendelian Disorders)ultifactoral (Polygenic) Inheritance Disordershromosomal Disorderseratology

3. Infectious Diseasesrionsiral Diseasesacterial Diseasesungal and Algal Diseasesathology of Parasitism

4. Nutritional and Metabolic Diseaseutritional Diseasesetabolic Diseasesging

5. Ecosystems and Forensic Pathologyirborne Pollutants: inhalation toxicitynvironmental Pollutantsquatic Ecosystemsgricultural Hazardsildlife Ecosystems: free ranging animals

6. Forensic Pathologyorensic Scienceioterrorismndex

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