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Pathologie - Pathology
  1. Animal Diseases
    Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Poultry, Horses, General Livestock.
  2. Atlas of Veterinary Neuropathology
    College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University. By Clive R. Huxtable.
    This database of color images is designed to be a supplement to the text Veterinary Neuropathology, authored by B.A. Summers, A. de Lahunta and the late J.F. Cummings, and published by Mosby-Year Book, Inc., 1995. This site will provide users with a large number of images additional to those that appear in the book, and will serve two purposes. One will be to offer many more images showing diagnostic pathologic features of the specific disease entities covered in the book, while the other will be to create a general training resource in Veterinary & Comparative Neuropathology.
  3. Clinical Pathology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on clinical pathology. It contains ten chapters, covering anticoagulants, blood cell morphology and development, the erythrocytes, leukocyte function and clinical interpretation, water, electralyte and acid-base balance, hemostasis, evaluation of renal function, the clinical pathological assessment of the liver, specific glandular function tests and diagnostic cytology.
  4. Comparative Placentation
    By Kurt Benirschke.
    This is a marvelous site on mammalian placentas which will be of value to zoo veterinarians and veterinary pathologists.
    "I have collected placentas from many different species, mostly at the San Diego Zoo. Here I want to present the normal anatomy of animal placentas and add some features of gestation that appear relevant."
  5. Consultant
    A diagnostic support system used to suggest possible causes for clinical signs and symptoms and to provide a brief synopsis of the cause.
  6. Cutaneous Round Cell Tumors in Dogs and Cats
    An on-line tutorial for veterinary practitioners from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Clinical Pathology Section of the Department of Pathobiology.
  7. General Pathology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on general pathology. It contains eleven chapters, covering the normal and adapted cell, cellular injury and death, intracellular accumulations, extracellular accumulations, pathological pigmentations, circulatory disturbances, inflammation, healing and repair, growth disturbances, and neoplasia.
  8. Necropsy Show & Tell
    John M. King, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University.
    A collection of 35mm slide images of necropsy specimens. Selected images have been scanned into the computer and cataloged for use in these pages. There are a number of data fields recorded with each image and the contents of these fields are used to search for specific images or groups of images.
  9. OncoLink - Veterinary Oncology
    Through OncoLink you can get comprehensive information about specific types of cancer, updates on cancer treatments and news about research advances. We update the information everyday and provide information at various levels, from introductory to in-depth.
  10. PathMax
    PathMax and its mirrors were created to allow pathologists, residents, and other medical professionals to utilize the resources of the World Wide Web speedily and effectively. Each link is personally visited by the author and individual topic link editors and evaluated for its potential usefulness to the target audience.
  11. Pathology Descriptive Terminology and Glossary
    On-line tools for building pathology vocabulary and to improve descriptive and diagnostic skills. This program is designed to: 1.Improve your ability to describe gross specimens. 2.Improve your vocabulary of words commonly used in pathology. 3.Teach you the proper pronunciation of some commonly mispronounced words. 4.Enhance your ability to come up with a morphologic diagnosis. 5.Let you have a little fun while studying pathology.
  12. Pathology of the Reproduction System
    1. To deal with principles of inter-relationship between structure and function of primary and secondary genital organs
    2. To identify developmental disturbances that produce reproductive failure.
    3. To recognize pathologic processes that primarily affect the reproductive system.
    4. To identify systemic diseases with a reproductive system component.
    5. To highlight pathologic aspects of pregnancy.
  13. Small Animal Nephrology & Urology
    Lecture notes, photographs, and case studies on small animal nephrology and urology.
  14. Special Pathology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on special pathology. It contains ten chapters, covering the cardiovascular system, the central nervous system, male genital system, female genital system, digestive system, the urinary system, skeletal system, muscular system, the respiratory system and the skin and its appendages.
  15. The Urbana Atlas of Pathology
    University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign.
    Volume 1: Overview of General Pathology. Volume 2: Cardiovascular Pathology. Volume 3: Endocrine Pathology. Volume 4: Pulmonary Pathology. Volume 5: Renal Pathology. Volume 6: Selected Normal Images.
  16. Veterinary Pathology Diagnostic Exercises
    On-line series of exercises in pathology with gross and microscopic photographs and accompanying brief discussions.


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