Histopathology of the Liver

Histopathology of the Liver

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This will be the definitive reference work on the histopathology of disease affecting the liver. No other work provides such a detailed discussion of the subjects or such ample color illustrations of the diseases and their variations. Authoritative, well-written and meticulously organized, this will be an invaluable sourcebook for hepatologists, gastroenterologists, and pathologists. It will provide an uncomparably useful description and analysis of the cellular and tissue patterns of disease in the liver as seen through the mircroscope.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 768 pages
  • 228.6 x 348 x 66mm | 3,197.86g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • numerous colour illustrations
  • 0195043936
  • 9780195043938

Table of contents

1. Techniques; 2. The normal liver; 3. Abnormalities of the lobular architecture; 4. Abnormalities of the hepatic parenchvma; 5. Abnormalities of the portal tracts; 6. Viral hepatitis; 7. Toxic and drug-induced hepatic injury; 8. Chronic hepatitis; 9. Cirrhosis; 10. Alcohol-induced liver disease; 11. Primary biliary cirrhosis; 12. Hepatic lesions in disorders of iron metabolism; 13. Wilson's disease (Hepatolenticular degeneration); 14. Hepatic lesions in disorders of carbohydrate and glycoprotein metabolism; 15. Hepatic lesions in disorders of lipid metabolism; 16. Hepatic lesions in disorders of protein and amino acid metabolism; 17. Hepatic lesions in disorders of bilirubin metabolism; 18. Hepatic lesions in disorders of porphyrin metabolism; 19. Intrahepatic cholestasis; 20. Hepatic lesions in biliary tract disease; 21. Circulatory disorders of the liver; 22. Hepatic granulomas; 23. Hepatic injury in infection; 24. Hepatic injury in systematic diseases; 25. Neoplasms of the liver and intrahepatic bile ducts; 26. Liver transplantation; 27. Acquired immune deficiency syndromesshow more