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Clinical Genitourinary Pathology

A case-based learning Approach

Clinical Genitourinary Pathology

Juli 2018

Hardcover, 464 p., 440 ill.

Verlag: Springer

ISBN: 978-3-319-72193-4

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  • Offers an educational presentation of pathological diagnosis using step-by-step microscopic images
  • Highlights the importance of pathological-report data in clinicians`decision-making
  • Closely related to day-to-day medical practice, mainly in the field of neoplastic genitourinary disease

This book presents clinicopathological insights into common genitourinary diseases, especially those of neoplastic nature, and introduces experiential learning based on case presentations (case-based learning). One of the tasks that trainees face is converting the extensive amount of data into medical experience. Using successive microscopic images, the book gradually and analytically presents diagnostic procedures for the genitourinary system (kidney, urinary bladder, prostate gland and testis). Characteristic cases are presented for each organ, each ending with a clinical commentary and key messages. This form of presentation helps readers acquire the valuable skill of effective diagnostic thinking, focusing their attention on the essential microscopic findings and disregarding insubstantial findings. 

Although clinical applications are frequently based on pathological findings which therefore need to be clearly described and recorded, the importance of this in everyday medical practice is often ignored by medical students and downplayed by clinicians. Demonstrating how knowledge can be practically applied, the book is a valuable resource mainly for residents in pathology, urology and oncology but also for medical students with a special interest in histopathology.