Based upon the gold standard textbook currently in its fourth edition.
User-friendly and easy to reference information tables that pinpoint specific pages in text for further reading and reference. Easy access to differential diagnosis of various lesions.
Bold type indicates important lesions, diseases and concepts – Italicized text provides the definitions.
Shaded "Suggestions for Examinations and Report" section includes key points in gross examinations, sectioning and diagnosis.
Over 350 illustrations, more than 140 of them in full-color.
Written for general pathologists and pathologists-in-training.
|Publisher:||Springer-Verlag New York, LLC|
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Table of Contents
Section I Approach to the specimen: Evaluation of the First Trimester Products of Conception
• Evaluation of the Second Trimester Products of Conception
• Macroscopic Evaluation of the Second and Third Trimester Placenta
• Microscopic Evaluation of the Second and Third Trimester Placenta *Section II Normal Development and Histology : Early Placental Development * Histology of the Chorionic Villi, Fetal Membranes and Umbilical Cord * Villous Development * Development and Histology of the Nonvillous Portions of the Placenta *Section III Multiple Gestation: Multiple Gestation: General Aspects
• Multiple Gestation: Twin Variants and Related Conditions
• Section IV Abnormalities of the Placenta: Abortion and the Placenta in Chromosomal Anomalies
• Postpartum Hemorrhage, Subinvolution of the Placental Site and Placenta Accreta
• Placental Shape Aberrations
• Pathology of the Fetal Membranes
• Pathology of the Umbilical Cord *Section V Disease Processes and the Placenta: Infectious Diseases
• Maternal Diseases Complicating Pregnancy * Placental Malperfusion
• Miscellaneous Placental Lesions * Placental Abnormalities in Fetal Conditions
• Fetal Thrombotic Vasculopathy
• Section VI Neoplasms and Gestational Trophoblastic Disease: Neoplasms * Hydatidiform moles
• Lesions of Extravillous Trophoblast
• Section VII Legal Aspects and Future Directions *Legal Considerations
• New Directions