Shauna Anderson, Keila B PoulsenRead MoreLippincott Williams & Wilkins is pleased to introduce the second edition of Anderson's Atlas of Hematology, the most comprehensive atlas for the laboratory technologist. Understanding that effectiveness as a technician comes through the ability to identify what one sees under the microscope, this atlas equips students with visual examples of the concepts covered in their programs. This new ediion has been thoroughly updated and revised based on the latest basic science and clinical findings. In addition, you’ll find new, higher-quality images as well as the most recent World Health Organization classification of hematologic disorders.
With its four-color illustrations and clear descriptions, this atlas enables you to describe and identify all stages in the development of blood cells. Moreover, it provides an illustrated guide to a broad range of hematologic disorders. Used as a quick reference, study guide, or atlas, this is an invaluable tool for today's laboratory technician student, helping them clearly identify the very types of hematologic images they will encounter in practice.
The Primary Diagnostic ToolIrma Pereira, Tracy I. George, Daniel A. ArberRead MoreThis book is a full-color atlas of both benign and neoplastic proliferations in the blood. It illustrates the morphologic features on peripheral blood smears of the various disorders, and the text will focus on diagnostic criteria, differential diagnosis, and modern classification terminology. The book may be used as a stand-alone resource and should be useful to trainees and clinicians that routinely review peripheral blood smears. The accompanying on-line site contains the full text and an image bank of over 340 additional full-color images of the various disorders.
Donald C. Doll, Radwan F. Khozouz, Wes Matthew TriplettRead MoreHematology Case Review is a comprehensive text that covers the expansive knowledge about the study of blood cells.
After collecting blood smears and bone marrow aspirates for over 40 years, Dr. Doll has created the most up to date and comprehensive compilation of hematology case studies. These samples form the core of the case studies featured in this book, including benign disorders, such as hereditary spherocytosis, to neoplastic neoplasms like acute leukemia.
Within the text, both rare and common conditions are discussed, with the presenting symptoms, blood counts, and pertinent images. The book is formatted in an interactive problem-based layout in order to enhance the question and answer features of the book. It is a widely applicable text that has been utilized for its practicality for over 15 years, and is becoming particularly important for general internists, family practice physicians, and hospitalists. Additionally, Hematology Case Review continues to be a vital tool and asset for medical students, medical residents, hematology-oncology fellows, and pathology residents.
Alvin H. SchmaierRead MoreThis is the first comprehensive, accurate introductory text on hematology for medical students. The many topics of hematology are covered and each chapter begins with an overview and then proceeds to an outline of key concepts for each specialty area. The text includes simple line drawings, algorithms and color plates, and features bulleted points and bolded key words. With its depth, and concise format, this book serves as a thorough text, general reference, and a review for the USMLE Step 1 exam, and is a valuable tool for the internal medicine clerkship rotation and exam.
Basic Principles and Clinical PracticeVictor J. Marder, William C. Aird, Joel S. Bennett, Sam Schulman, Gilbert C. White IIRead More
Since publication of the First Edition in 1982, Hemostasis and Thrombosis has established itself as the pre-eminent book in the field of coagulation disorders. No other book is as inclusive in scope, with coverage of the field from the standpoint of both basic scientists and clinicians. This comprehensive resource details the essentials of bleeding and thrombotic disorders and the management of patients with these and related problems, and delivers the most up-to-date information on normal biochemistry and function of platelets or endothelial cells, as well as in-depth discussions of the pharmacology of anticoagulant, fibrinolytic, and hemostatic drugs.
NEW to the Sixth Edition…
• A new team of editors, each a leader in his field, assures you of fresh, authoritative perspectives.
• Full color throughout
• A companion website that offers full text online and an image bank.
• A new introductory section of chapters on basic sciences as related to the field
• Entirely new section on Hemostatic and Thrombotic Disorders Associated with Systemic Conditions includes material on pediatric patients, women's health issues, cancer, sickle cell disease, and other groups.
• Overview chapters preceding each section address broad topics of general importance.
Principles and PracticeEva D. QuinleyRead More
Praised by both instructors and students for its clear, concise, and thorough presentation, Immunohematology: Principles and Practice is an ideal text for anyone who wants to master the theory and practices of today's blood banking. The Third Edition has been completely revised and updated to reflect the latest scientific findings and clinical practices. Among the new materials are chapters dedicated to information technology and project management.
Each chapter features a host of learning aids—including learning objectives, key words, boxes emphasizing critical information, and review questions—to focus your studies and make it easy to learn and apply new concepts. In addition, a section of color plates highlights important material. Online resources include the fully searchable full text online and a special online study guide that features questions and case studies corresponding to each chapter.
Asher A.A. Chanan-KhanRead More
Immunomodulating Drugs for the Treatment of Cancer provides a comprehensive resource for clinicians and researchers regarding immunomodulatory (IMiDs) drugs and their rapidly emerging role in cancer medicine. This new class of anticancer agents has made a tremendous impact on the treatment of patients with various malignant diseases, including blood cancers and several cancers of the solid organs. Their popularity in prescribing is based on several important characteristics including: (1) oral bioavailability, (2) non-chemotherapeutic, (3) extremely well-tolerated in all age groups, (4) ability to activate patient's own immune response against cancer, (5) ease of combination with other agents such as chemotherapy resulting in higher responses as well as (6) variability of anticancer activity.
The clinical applications of these agents are not limited to oncologists and hematologists, but also impact primary care doctors who care for these patients. Furthermore, new investigations are defining the role of these agents in non-malignant disorders as well. This textbook brings the most current information on these novel compounds to clinicians and scientists.
A companion website offers the fully searchable text and an image bank.
Babette Weksler, Geraldine P Schechter, Scott ElyRead More
First published in 2006, the bestselling Wintrobe’s Atlas of Clinical Hematologyhas now been comprehensively updated by a brand-new editorial team to bring you state-of-the-art pictorial coverage of the complete range of hematologic conditions. Thousands of meticulous, full-color images capture the characteristic appearance of each pathologic entity, and concise descriptions point out features of diagnostic importance. The result is a peerless reference to facilitate confident diagnosis in hematology.