Introduction to Veterinary Pathology

Un libro in lingua di Cheville Norman F. edito da Blackwell Pub, 2006

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Designed for beginning students of veterinary pathology, this new edition includes new chapters on infectious diseases, nutritional and metabolic diseases, ecosystems and environmental pathology, forensic pathology and terrorism in its coverage of new scientific information on mechanisms of general tissue injury into the language of medicine. Cheville (veterinary pathology emeritus, Iowa State U.) integrates the basic concepts of pathology into clinical practice as he describes the processes of injury, death and adaptive responses and covers cell death and cell recovery, cellular responses to sublethal injury, inflammation, wound healing and regeneration, hemostasis and thrombosis, hemodynamic disorders, neoplasia, host responses and the genetics of cancer, causes of cancer, immunologic disorders, genetic disorders and teratology, and the aforesaid new chapters. For this edition Cheville has also updated the material on cellular degeneration and necrosis, inflammation, thrombosis, hemodynamic disorders and neoplasia. As a result, this may double as a refresher for current practitioners. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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