5 edition of Potter"s atlas of fetal and infant pathology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Atlas of fetal and infant pathology, Fetal and infant pathology|
|Statement||[editor] Enid Gilbert-Barness.|
|Contributions||Potter, Edith Louise, 1901-, Gilbert-Barness, Enid, 1927-|
|LC Classifications||RG626 .P65 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 398 p. :|
|Number of Pages||398|
|LC Control Number||98023495|
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Potters atlas of fetal and infant pathology book illustrated in full color, POTTER'S ATLAS OF FETAL AND INFANT PATHOLOGY addresses all aspects of pathology in the prenatal period and the first two years of life, including complicated pregnancies, spontaneous abortion, placental pathology, prenatal diagnosis of abnormalities, fetal/infant death, and all disorders affecting the full-term by: 4.
If you are a general practising pathologist, this book is an excellent reference to supplement your Rosai or Sternberg. Some of the features I like best: 1. The details are just right. It has more details than Dr. Barness's earlier book Pathology of Embryo and Infants, which by the way is a baby Potter /5(3).
Pare 1 Genetic and Developmental Pathology 1. Mechanisms of Development and Growth: Molecular Genetics 2. Causes and Pathogenesis of Birth Defects 3. Abnormalities of Blastogenesis, Organogenesis, and Phenogenesis 4. Pathology of Abortion: The Embryo and the Previable Fetus 5. Causes of Stillbirth and Neonatal Death 6.
Prenatal Diagnosis 7. Potter's Atlas of Fetal and Infant Pathology, edited by Enid Gilbert-Barness, MD, fulfills 2 valuable roles: it is a useful companion to her 2-volume textbook, Potter's Pathology of the Fetus and Infant, and it is a highly informative and concise reference book in its own right.
The atlas contains an especially impressive collection of gross photographs, including rare metabolic diseases, chromosomal Author: Karen S.
Thompson. Genre/Form: Scientific atlases Atlas Atlases: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Potter's atlas of fetal and infant pathology.
Louis: Mosby, © If you are a general practising pathologist, this book is an excellent reference to supplement your Rosai or Sternberg. Some of the features I like best: 1. The details are just right. It has more details than Dr. Barness's earlier book Pathology of Embryo and Infants, which by the way is a baby Potter /5.
Pathology of the Fetus and the Infant Hardcover – January 1, by Edith Louise Potter (Author) › Visit Amazon's Edith Louise Potter Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.
Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Edith Louise Potter, J.M. Craig. The second edition of Potter's Pathology of the Fetus, Infant and Child should not only be the text of choice for pediatric pathologists but should be a primary reference for obstetricians, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, pediatricians, geneticists, and pediatric surgeons who care for the fetus or infant with complications." — JAMA, Price: $ Potter's Pathology of the Fetus, Infant, and Child.
Renshaw, Andrew MD. Advances in Anatomic Pathology: March - Volume 15 - Issue 2 - p doi: /PAP.0bea. Book Reviews ". Article Tools. View Full Text; Article as PDF (67 KB). An abstract is unavailable. BOOK REVIEWS Potter’s Pathology of the Fetus, Infant and Child by E Gilbert-Barness, RP Kapur, LL Oligny, and JR Siebert (eds.).
Mosby, Ames, Iowa, $ ISBN This massive two-volume human pathology reference text provides nearly complete coverage of neonatal, fetal, and pediatric pathology. While it may be. Article Citation: Karen S. Thompson () Potter's Atlas of Fetal and Infant Pathology. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: OctoberVol.
No. 10, pp. Author: Karen S. Thompson. Although the new Potter includes the original contribution and spectacular illustrations of Dr Potter, it reads very much like a brand-new book.
The pages of this 2-volume text include state-of-the-art information provided by 34 experts in the fields of embryonal, fetal, and infant : Aliya N. Husain. Arch Pathol Lab Med—VolJune Books Books Potter’s Pathology of the Fetus and Infant Vols 1 and 2, edited by Enid F.
Gilbert-Barness, pp, with illus, St Louis, Mo, Mosby, It is indeed a pleasure and an hon-or to review the ‘‘new Potter.’’ For pa-thologists like me who started learn-ing pediatric pathology in.
Dr Edith L. Potter (–) was professor of pathology at the Chicago Lying in Hospital and University of Chicago Medical School and laid the foundation of fetal and pediatric pathology with her books (published in, andthe last with John Craig).Author: Aliya N.
Husain. Color Atlas of Fetal and Neonatal Histology - Google Books Color Atlas of Fetal and Neonatal Histology serves as a comprehensive atlas of the developmental histology of the major organs from Color Atlas of Fetal and Neonatal Histology serves as a comprehensive atlas of the developmental histology of the major organs from 15 weeks gestation to the neonatal period.5/5(2).
[Offer PDF] Gilbert-Barness: Potter's Pathology of the Fetus, Infant and Child, 2nd ed. - - Mosby, An Imprint of Elsevier This text provides the latest guidance on molecular pathology, immunohistochemistry, and DNA technology, and addresses all aspects of fetal and neonatal pathology, including complicated pregnancies, multiple pregnancies, abortion, placental pathology, and.
This book will be the first unified and comprehensive source of reference for childhood heart disease, covering the full field of paediatric cardiac pathology, in one volume. Comprising the twenty-five year experience of a single pathologist, the full spectrum of the pathology of heart disease, from the fetus to the adult, is uniquely presented.
Pathology of the fetus and infant [print] Note Includes index. Related Items Rev. of: Pathology of the fetus and infant by Edith Louise Potter, John M.
Craig. Supersedes Pathology of the fetus and infant ISBN. Read the latest articles of Pathology atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.White FV: book review of Potter’s Atlas of Fetal and Infant Pathology edited by E Gilbert-Barness, Am J Clin Pathol ; White FV, Dehner LP: Viral diseases of the liver in children.
Diagnostic and differential diagnostic considerations, Perspectives in Pediatric Pathology, Premature infant born at 31 week's gestation. The baby died of necrotising enterocolitis which is a frequent complication of immaturity. Immaturity, week, Macro, autopsy () Premature twin infant born at 33 week's gestation.
Birth weight was g. This twin had serious congenital heart defect.