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Milovanov A.P. Pathologic analysis of the causes of maternal deaths 2003
Milovanov Andrei Petrovich - Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Head of the Department of Pathological Anatomy (Director - Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor L. V. Kaktursky) Research Institute of Human Morphology, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Consultant of the Moscow City Center for Pathological and Anatomical Research Content: mKB-10 requirements for analyzing the causes of maternal deaths. Gestational rearrangement of the female body, childbirth and the postpartum period. Characteristics of general pathological reactions. Algorithms for autopsies of deceased pregnant women, parturient women and puerperas and the study of the uterus. The initial obstetric causes of maternal deaths. maternal diseases complicated by pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. Rules for the comparison of clinical and pathoanatomical diagnoses.
Edited by Academician M. Paltsev Lectures on general pathological anatomy 2003
It is recommended by the Teaching and Methodological Association for Medical and Pharmaceutical Education of Russian Universities as a textbook for students of medical universities. The course of lectures is based on the program on pathological anatomy for medical students, adopted in 2002. At the end of each lecture is a list of recommended illustrations. The authors believe that a textbook, a guide to practical exercises, an atlas and a course of lectures are the minimum teaching aids for students and teachers that are necessary for mastering pathological anatomy.
Paltsev M. A., Anichkov N.M. Pathological anatomy 2001
Part II of volume 2 of the textbook consists of 9 chapters, including information about diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract, female and male reproductive system, mammary glands, pathology of pregnancy and the postpartum period, diseases of infancy and childhood, endocrine diseases, diseases of the musculoskeletal system, skin, nervous system and sensory organs. br> For students of medical universities.
Paltsev MA, Anichkov N.M. Pathological anatomy 2001
Part I of volume 2 of the textbook consists of 7 chapters, including information on diseases of the heart and blood vessels, pathology of blood cells and bone marrow, diseases of the lymphoreticular system, infectious and parasitic diseases, diseases of the respiratory system, digestive system, diseases of the liver and pancreas. The second volume of the textbook is addressed primarily to students of all faculties of medical universities. However, it may be useful for physicians, including pathologists, as well as other representatives of clinical, biomedical and biological specialties.
O. Sidorov Pathological shock anatomy 1997
The complex biological phenomenon “shock” is described in detail in the pathophysiology section, where it is referred to as extreme conditions. Without going into details, we will touch only those pathophysiological aspects that we need to understand the pathophysiological changes that accompany the shock reaction.
Avtandilov G. G. Fundamentals of pathoanatomical practice 1994
Modern patanatomy in improving the diagnosis of diseases. Professional and job requirements for the pathologist and staff of the pathoanatomical department. Pathology Department and Bureau. Requirements for the premises and equipment of the Pan-Anatomical Department. Rules and procedures for conducting postmortem studies. Extraction and pathoanatomical examination of organs. Some features of the autopsy research associated with the nature of the pathology. Features pathoanatomical studies of fetuses, deceased infants and children. Registration of the autopsy report, diagnosis, epicrisis and death certificate. The study of biopsy and surgical material.
I.I. Medvedev Basics of the pathoanatomical technique 1969
The pathoanatomical technique includes all methods and methods used in pathologic examinations. First of all, this includes the most important source of our medical knowledge - the autopsy of human corpses, then the preparation of demonstrative preparations, that is, the museum business, the taking of materials for various studies, the correct and objective recording of pathological changes in protocols, which is the basis for a tanatological conclusion, as well as embalming of corpses, etc. All these volros are presented by the authors in different ways, and any one method of dissection that can satisfy the researcher in all circumstances does not exist t. Each method in some conditions may be good, in others it is of little use. The choice of method depends entirely on the prosector, taking into account the characteristics of each research case. A guide for prosectors of hospitals and for students of medical institutes. Third edition, revised and amended.
Khrushchelevsky E., Sperl-Zeyfridova G. Section of corpses of fetuses and newborns 1962
In the book "Section of the corpses of fetuses and newborns," we paid attention primarily to those pathological changes that occur most often, as well as to diseases that are difficult to diagnose at autopsy. Some less common pathological changes are interpreted more schematically. We are aware that the present work may have shortcomings and omissions, since it is the first guide of this kind, and we will be grateful to the readers for all the comments and additions made.
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