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400
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Hardcover
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8.5x11in
ISBN Print
9781550596854
ISBN eBook
9781550596885
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The most comprehensive resource of macroscopic images of human diseases

With more than 1000 macroscopic images of common human diseases, Gross Morphology of Common Diseases is an indispensable resource for undergraduate medical students, pathology trainees and practising physicians. Each image is accompanied by a concise legend that outlines the most important clinical and pathological information, helping clinicians of all specializations to formulate differential diagnoses.

These images are drawn from several institutions, including the vast collection of McGill’s Department of Pathology, a world leader in pathology education that sees more than 100,000 surgical cases each year.

Disease entities are classified by organ system for easy reference:

  • Diseases of the skull, brain, pituitary gland, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves
  • Eye diseases
  • Diseases of the ear, nose, throat, and related structures
  • Diseases of the thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands
  • Breast diseases
  • Diseases of lung, pleura, and mediastinum
  • Cardiac vascular diseases
  • Skin diseases
  • Soft tissue diseases
  • Bone diseases
  • Diseases of the esophagus, stomach, and intestine
  • Liver and gallbladder diseases
  • Pancreas diseases
  • Diseases of kidney, bladder, and male genital organs
  • Gynecological diseases
  • Diseases of lymph nodes and spleen
  • Diseases of placenta and fetus

Dr. Zu-hua Gao

Zu-hua Gao, MD, PhD, chair of the Department of Pathology at McGill University and pathologist-in-chief at the McGill University Health Centre, is the lead author of Pathology Review, the only review guide for pathologists studying for Canadian licensing exams. Dr. Gao received his MD at Qingdao Medical College and earned a PhD at Peking Union Medical College before travelling to North America to complete post-doctoral studies at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Western Ontario.

A two-time winner of the Canadian Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Award in Experimental Pathology, Dr. Gao was also named an Overseas Distinguished Scholar by the City of Beijing in 2012. He has authored more than 75 manuscripts for books and journals, including Clinical Skills Review. Available this fall from Brush Education, Clinical Skills Review is the third edition of his bestselling guide for OSCEs.