Using a unique outline format, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Review is both a concise guide for board preparation and a practical quick reference for both residents and practitioners. It covers the major organ systems and subspecialty areas you’ll encounter on the certification and recertification exam, including well-established correlations with contemporary molecular and genomic medicine. This comprehensive, easy-to-use review by Dr. Meghan M. Hupp provides the information you need to confidently recognize and accurately diagnose diseases and interpret what you see under the microscope and in the laboratory. Distills the essential information needed to prepare for both the Anatomic and Clinical Pathology board exams in an easy-to-read outline format. Provides high-yield, at-a-glance summaries in quick reference format for all topics that are encountered by pathology residents and practitioners in the boards. Uses brief, to-the-point explanatory text to make key facts easier to memorize. Incorporates current molecular and serologic tumor markers, techniques, and findings as appropriate. Features numerous high-quality illustrations that provide a visual guide to histologic appearance of key entities. Ideal for junior residents as a framework for rotations through the subspecialties, for senior residents and fellows to prepare for boards and their future practice, and for newly practicing pathologists. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.