Disciplines & Professions: Pathology
Pathology Society of Great Britain and Ireland WWW Links
Maintained by the Pathology Society of Great Britain and Ireland, this site offers a comprehensive listing of useful links to other associations and organizations and meta-indexes to medically related topics.
This electronic resource includes over 1,900 images along with texts, laboratory exercises, and examination items for self-assessment in the area of pathologic findings associated with human disease conditions. Very extensive resource geared towards the serious student of pathology.
Yahoo!'s Pathology Directory
Site has list of annotated direct links, directory of links organized by subject heading, in addition to other services, such as Yahoo! Health, a page that provides health research, expert advice, healthy recipes, and chat/discussion boards for interactive discussion.
EMBASE: Pathology (Elsevier, available through SilverPlatter)
A database specific to pathology subjects. Contains more than 300,000 records. Entries contain bibliographic information and are covered on a rolling ten-year basis.
Damjanov, Ivan, and James Linder. Pathology: A Color Atlas. St. Louis: Mosby, 2000.
Organizes illustrations and explanations of diseases. Organizes information into chapters on parts of the body. An index is provided.
Mitchinson, M. J. Essentials of Pathology. London: Blackwell, 1996.
Provides a general overview of disease and its causes, followed by topical chapters on bacteria, viruses, cancer, the immune system, and more.
Rothwell, David J., Roger A. Cote, and Louise Brochu, eds. SNOMED International: Microglossary for Pathology. Northfield, IL: College of American Pathologists, 1993.
More than 130,000 terms used in pathology. Entries divided into the following 6 sections: topography, combined alpha index, neoplasms, general linkage/modifiers, procedures, and cytopathology.
Underwood, J. C. E., ed. General and Systematic Pathology. 3rd ed. London: Harcourt, 2000.
Written as an introduction to the principles of pathology for undergraduate medical and health science students. Chapters are arranged topically. An index is included.