Color Atlas of Pathological Specimens & Instruments in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Arun C. Inamadar
Salient Features: A concise atlas on the subject, Presents colored photographs of wet specimens, Provides pointwise descriptions of gross as well as microscopic appearances of various pathological specimens and instruments, Deals with relevant clinical features and managements of different diseased conditions, Key points for description of pathological specimen, Pattern is followed during discussion of pathological specimen, A brief description of the gross features of the specimen is followed by the diagnosis or differential diagnosis, Even if the diagnosis is evident on inspection, it is essential that the specimen must be described first, The next step is to determine whether it is surgical specimen or has been removed at the time of necropsy, If the structure seen is compatible with surgical treatment of the disease condition and meaningful life is possible after such an operation, then it is a surgical specimen, Clamp marks on the pedicles also suggest a surgical specimen, Student should be able to give complete diagnosis and the type of surgery being done for the patient, Useful for undergraduate and postgraduate students and teachers of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Part I: Pathological Specimens, 1. MÃ¼llerian Duct Anomalies, 2. Fibroid Uterus, 3. Supravaginal Elongation of Cervix, 4. Ectopic Pregnancy, 5. Vesicular Mole, 6. Endometriosis, 7. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), 8. Benign Ovarian Neoplasms, 9. Dermoid Cyst of Ovary, 10. Malignant Ovarian Tumor, 11. Tuberculosis of Genital Tract, 12. Carcinoma of Vulva, 13. Carcinoma of Cervix, 14. Carcinoma Endometrium, 15. Placenta, 16. Abortus, 17. Twins, 18. Obstetric Hysterectomy, 19. Neural Tube Defects, 20. Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate, 21. Omphalocele, 22. Gastroschisis, Part II: Instruments in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 23. Instruments.