By Aliya N. Husain, J. Thomas Stocker
Pediatric pathology has been a well-known sup-specialty of pathology for nearly 20 years. this present day pathology education courses are required to supply schooling in pediatric pathology. as well as pediatric pathology experts, many common and community-based pathologists usually deal with pediatric specimens. A operating wisdom of present pediatric pathology is vital for applicable dealing with of those cases.
The colour Atlas of Pediatric Pathology covers the wide diversity of pediatric ailments pathologist will most likely come across and is written by way of famous leaders during this box. assurance contains either widespread and no more typically obvious instances, and every dialogue offers a concise precis of the salient positive aspects of the disorder besides expertly chosen, top of the range colour pictures. the colour Atlas of Pediatric Pathology is a pragmatic operating source for each pathologist who sees pediatric circumstances in addition to the pathology trainee. The atlas good points nearly 1,100 fine quality photographs in addition to very important staging and prognostic (including molecular) parameters.
Features of the colour Atlas of Pediatric Pathology include:
Comprehensive insurance of pediatric surgical and post-mortem pathology
Each bankruptcy is gifted via a well-known expert
Practical presentation: concise textual content highlights diagnostic beneficial properties making the atlas a very good source for the practitioner
Illustrated all through with nearly 1,100 full-color photographs
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At term, weight greater than 4,000 g is considered macrosomic. Common risk factors include postterm pregnancy, maternal obesity, multiparity, advanced maternal age, and maternal diabetes. Shown in (A) is a 38-week-gestation, 11,350 g infant of a diabetic mother. Twin–twin transfusion syndrome results in the “recipient” twin being macrosomic and plethoric (B), whereas the “donor” twin is microsomic and anemic (C). 5. The phenotypic expression of the syndrome is variable depending on the defect, including omphalocele (D), macroglossia (D), and organomegaly, as well as increased risk of tumorigenesis (most commonly Wilms tumor).
Color Atlas of Pediatric Pathology by Aliya N. Husain, J. Thomas Stocker