PART 1 BASIC PATHOLOGY
1 What is pathology?
2 What is disease?
3 What causes disease?
PART 2 DISEASE MECHANISMS
4 Disorders of growth, differentiation and morphogenesis
5 Responses to cellular injury
6 Disorders of metabolism and homeostasis
7 Ischaemia, infarction and shock
8 Immunology and immunopathology
10 Neoplasia and carcinogenesis
11 Ageing and death
12 How do pathologists help patient care?
PART 3 SYSTEMATIC PATHOLOGY
13 Cardiovascular system
14 Respiratory tract
15 Alimentary system
16 Liver, biliary system and exocrine pancreas
17 Endocrine system
19 Female genital tract
20 Urinary and male genital tracts
21 Kidney diseases
22 Lymph nodes and extranodal lymphoid tissue, spleen and thymus
23 Blood and bone marrow
25 Osteoarticular and connective tissues
26 Central and peripheral nervous systems
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- 2nd April 2018
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Professor of Diagnostic Pathology and Honorary Consultant Histopathologist, Academic Unit of Pathology, Department of Neuroscience, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK