Concise Pathology by Para Chandrasoma, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In: Chandrasoma P, Taylor CR. Chandrasoma P, Taylor C.R. Eds. Parakrama Chandrasoma, and Clive R. Concise Pathology, 3e New York, NY. Read “Concise Pathology” by Parakrama Chandrasoma with Rakuten Kobo. This third edition provides a clinical understanding of the mechanisms of disease.
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Accessed December 31, Jump to a Section. The principal goal of the pathology course in medical schools is to foster understanding of the mechanisms of disease pathogenesis as a foundation for dealing with a vast amount of clinical information the student patholoby encounter in later clinical years.
Important lesser goals are to teach students how to use the laboratory and to help them pass the examinations necessary to earn a medical degree, including the various Boards. This book addresses these goals. In developing it, we have endeavored to present information at the level of the second-year medical student, guiding the reader logically and as concisely as possible through the mechanisms by which the normal in our bodies is converted to the abnormal.
Because our objective is to use pathology to facilitate medical education, we stress mechanisms leading to diseases rather than the morphologic alterations used by pathologists concixe make pathologic diagnoses.
Understanding these mechanisms is more a function of logic than of memory. We hope this book will leave students with a lasting knowledge of pathology and a desire to use pathology for the rest of their career as the scientific basis of the “art” of medicine. In the general pathology chapters Part Athe pathologic changes occurring in a hypothetic tissue are considered.
This idealized tissue is composed of parenchymal cells and interstitial connective tissue and is the prototype of every tissue in the body. General pathology explores and explains the development of basic pathologic mechanisms without detailing the additional specific changes occurring in different organs. In the systemic pathology chapters Part Bthe pathologic mechanisms discussed in the general pathology section are related to the various organ systems. In each system, normal structure, function, and the symptoms and signs that arise from pathologic changes are discussed first.
The diseases in each organ system are then considered, with emphasis given to those that are more common, so that the student can become familiar with most of the important diseases encountered in clinical practice. We have divided this book chandraosma sections that cover a broad topic, eg, the endocrine system. Each section is divided into chapters, eg, pituitary gland, thyroid gland.
We have paid special attention to the following features that chandraeoma achievement of these objectives: We have tried our best to use comcise minimum number of words to impart the necessary information. The student’s needs are completely satisfied, both from the point of view of understanding the subject and of passing examinations.
We have presented the material in a logical sequence wherever possible. When doubt or controversy exists, we have indicated this clearly. We have incorporated this molecular pathology information into the text when it is pertinent and when the mechanisms of pathogenic action are sufficently clear as to contribute patohlogy the overall understanding of the disease process.