path books???

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  1. jaunx

    jaunx Junior Member

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    Does anyone know of any good path books out there to use during 4th year elective rotations and/or during residency. I'm especially interested in hematopath. I've heard that Wintrobe's Clinical Hematology is good.

    Thanks for the help!
     
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  3. GreatPumpkin

    GreatPumpkin Mystical Treatbringer
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    If interested in heme path get the
    World Health Organization Classification of Tumors: Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues. (spelled correctly just looks crazy)

    <a href="http://www.iarc.fr/who-bluebooks/" target="_blank">www.iarc.fr/who-bluebooks/</a>

    Robbins is a great path book that I still use constantly.
     
  4. radiology

    radiology Junior Member
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    What other books are good for a 4th year Pathology clerkship?
    (Advanced Surgical Pathology)
     
  5. Mindy

    Mindy Senior Member
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    I'm a huge fan of "histology for pathologists". GP probably knows the authors...I can't remember right now...

    Mindy
     
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    I wouldn't buy any books for a 4th year clerkship. Just use the many they have available.
     
  7. Voxel

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    I am interested in owning a gross pathology atlas geared toward radiology if at all possible. Any suggestions?
     

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