Apply a systematicpattern recognition approach to achieve more accurate diagnoses of bothneoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of the musculoskeletal system. AndreaDeyrup, MD, PhD and Gene P. Siegal, MD, PhD use a practical, pattern-basedorganization that helps you efficiently and confidently evaluate even the mostchallenging histologic specimens.
New to this Edition
- Compare specimens to commonly seen patterns, categorize them accordingly, and turn directly to in-depth diagnostic guidance using the unique, pattern-based Visual Index at the beginning of the book. Includes guidance on both pathologic and radiologic diagnostic patterns.
- Assess key pathologic and clinical aspects of neoplastic and non-neoplastic conditions with 800 high-quality, full-color images that help you evaluate and interpret both common and rare diseases.
- Find complete coverage of the musculoskeletal system from Normal Bone Anatomy through discussions of all major classifications of disease, both neoplastic and non-neoplastic.
- Progress logically from the histologic pattern, through the appropriate workup, around the pitfalls, and to the best diagnosis.
- Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
SECTION I: TheBasics
- Chapter 1: Normal Bone Anatomy
- Chapter 2: Patterns in Radiology
- Chapter 3: Patterns in Orthopedic Practice
- Chapter 4: Patterns of Diagnostic Evaluation
SECTION II: LesionsCharacterized Primarily by Osteoid Matrix Production
- Chapter 5: Lesions Characterized by Osteoid Deposition and Non-Aggressive Radiology
- Chapter 6: Lesions Characterized by Osteoid Deposition and Aggressive Radiology Located Within Bone
- Chapter 7: Lesions Characterized by Osteoid Deposition and Non-Aggressive Radiology Located on Bone Surface
- Chapter 8: Lesions Characterized by Osteoid Deposition and Aggressive Radiology Located on Bone Surface or Within Cortex.
SECTION III:Lesions Characterized Primarily by Cartilage Matrix Production
- Chapter 9: Lesion Characterized by Cartilage Deposition and Non-Aggressive/Intermediate Radiology
- Chapter 10: Lesions Characterized by Cartilage Deposition and Aggressive Radiology
SECTION IV: Other Lesions
- Chapter 11: Lesions Characterized by Large Numbers of Giant Cells Replacing Trabecular Bone
- Chapter 12: Lesions Characterized by a Fibrous, Spindle Cell Proliferation Replacing Trabecular Bone
- Chapter 13: Lesions Characterized by Vascular Proliferation Replacing Trabecular Bone
- Chapter 14: Lesions Characterized by Permeation of Cells Through Trabecular Bone With or Without Bone Destruction
- Chapter 15: Cystic Lesions in Bone
- Chapter 16: Miscellaneous
- Chapter 17: Metastasis
- Chapter 18: Notochordal and Related Lesions
SECTION V: Lesionsof Joints/Synovium
- Chapter 19: Degenerative Joint Disease (Osteoarthritis)
- Chapter 20: Crystalline Arthropathies
- Chapter 21: Synovial Based Lesions
By Andrea T Deyrup, MD, PhD, Adjunct Associate Professor,Department of Pathology, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA and GeneP. Siegal, MD,PhD, Executive Vice-Chair Professor of Pathology, Surgery, andCell, Developmental, and Integrative Biology Division Director, AnatomicPathology, Department of Pathology, University of Alabama at Birmingham,Birmingham, Alabama, USA