An engaging haematology textbook detailing the laboratory process of data and blood film analysis, differential diagnosis and reporting.
Cases in Microscopic Haematology is a high-quality haematology textbook featuring a collection of microscopic haematology case studies.
Author Gillian Rozenberg has selected 80 case studies specifically designed to engage the reader in the laboratory process of data and blood film analysis, differential diagnosis and reporting. This selection includes a range of rare blood film/slides for an additional challenge.
Case studies are organised according to difficulty and the worked cases are available in the back of the textbook.
Each case featured in Cases in Microscopic Haematology provides the family history, analyser data and blood film/slide. Students are able to work through the cases using a template to complete the differential diagnosis and reporting. Both the process and template simulate a functioning laboratory environment.
This local publication will appeal to both the academic and professional market. It is an excellent companion to Microscopic Haematology: A Practical Guide for the Laboratory 3e – also by Gillian Rozenberg.
Elsevier’s Evolve platform features a range of resources for instructors. This includes all the book’s images in an easy-to-use image collection and 20 annotated virtual slides comprising case studies from Cases in Microscopic Haematology.
20 annotated virtual Haematology slides
80 Haematology cases to be worked through using template
Simulate laboratory process
Include rare range of blood film/slides not easily accessible (including paediatric)
Evolve Resources For instructors only:
Image Collection – all the images from the book
20 Virtual Slides – featuring cases from the book
o Virtual Slide Annotations
How to use this book
- Examination of the blood film
- Red cell cases
- White cell cases
- Platelet cases
- Malaria cases
Answers to Cases
- © Churchill Livingstone 2012
- 11th November 2011
- Churchill Livingstone
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