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If there is one thing that science has tried to solve, it is the numerous diseases that exist in the world. Some impede the full development of life, others generate a lot of discomfort and not a few cause undesirable results, such as death. In any case, it is an interesting subject to investigate and with our selection of pathology books in PDF format you will be able to do so.
Pathology is defined as the branch of medicine that studies disease. In a narrower sense, it is concerned with studying the biochemical, structural and functional modifications behind disease that occur in cells, tissues and organs.
Pathology is considered the link between basic and clinical sciences. It uses morphological, immunological, microbiological and molecular tools to describe and explain the etiology and symptoms of patients. At the same time, it proposes the basis for treatment and prophylaxis.
It is divided into two branches: general pathology (studies the responses of cells and tissues due to abnormal stimuli and/or genetic defects, i.e. morphological aspects) and systemic pathology (studies the affections or alterations of specialized tissues and organs of the body).
In current pathology, other areas are distinguished, among which we can mention: clinical pathology, chemical pathology, genetics, hematology, immunology and microbiology.
Find out much more about this interesting scientific subject by taking a look at our selection of more than 20 pathology books in PDF format, accessible free of charge in this section of our virtual library.
Digestive System Pathologies Books
The human body is composed of a great variety of organs, which by their function have been classified into several systems, one of them, and our object of study in this case is the digestive system, composed of the following organs: mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum and anus.
This system, like the others, is subject to diseases, so that in many occasions it is necessary to receive professional medical assistance to get better.
The pathologies of the digestive system that many people suffer from are the following Reflux disease (very common in babies), gallstones, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, hemorrhoids, diverticulitis, and many more.
6) Pathology Digestive system
Stavropol State Medical UniversitySource: Stavropol State Medical University
7) Gastrotestinal Tract Infection
University of the Balearic IslandsSource: University of the Balearic Islands
8) Digestive system (Presentation)
Faculty of Medicine uOttawaSource: Faculty of Medicine uOttawa
9) Digestive System Disorders (Presentation)
Mercer County Community CollegeSource: Mercer County Community College
Endocrine System Pathologies Books
The endocrine system, also known as the system of glands of internal secretion, is the set of organs and tissues of the organism that secrete a type of substance called hormones. Its function is the long-term regulation of the cellular functions of the organism.
This endocrine system includes the hypothalamus, the pituitary gland, the thyroid gland, the adrenal glands, the pineal gland and the reproductive glands, which include the ovaries and testes. Like other systems, it is also subject to diseases that affect its proper functioning.
Among the pathologies of the endocrine system are the following: Diabetes, Addison’s disease, pituitary gland diseases, parathyroid and thyroid diseases, adrenal gland diseases, pancreas and hormone diseases.
12) Pathology of the Endocrine System II (Presentation)
Bruce LobaughSource: Duke University Medical School
13) Pathophysiology of the endocrine system
Jan CendelínSource: Departamento de Fisiología Patológica Facultad de Medicina en Pilsen, Universidad Charles
Respiratory System Pathologies Books
The respiratory system is the set of organs that living beings have, with the purpose of exchanging gases with the environment. One of the functions is to transform the air we breathe into CO2 or carbon dioxide through the process of inhalation and exhalation.
The organs that make up the respiratory system are the following: nostrils, pharynx, larynx, trachea, diaphragm and the beloved lungs, which are usually one of the most affected when diseases occur.
The pathologies of the respiratory system are very varied, and sometimes very common, they can be easy to overcome, but sometimes some of them can be life-threatening. To name a few of these diseases are: Asthma, sinusitis, diphtheria, strep throat, bronchitis, pneumonia, whooping cough and covid-19.
16) Pathology of Respiratory System Practical
King Saud University Medical Student CouncilSource: King Saud University Medical Student Council
17) Respiratory Diseases
Japan International Cooperation AgencySource: Japan International Cooperation Agency
Integumentary System Pathologies Books
The integumentary system, like all the systems that make up the human body, has a great importance for the optimal functioning of the organism, this system is made up of four basic tissues and vital functions are performed in it, such as: covering or upholstering the body protecting it from the external environment, thermoregulation and fluid and electrolyte balance, as well as it also presents a surveillance and immunological response to external agents.
The pathologies of the integumentary system can be very common, however they are quite harmful and very annoying to bear, among them are eczema, acne, psoriasis, alopecia, hives and atopic dermatitis.
These pathologies usually manifest themselves on people’s skin, hence their difficulty to bear them, but many of them can be cured with creams or the use of antibiotic pills.
19) Dermpath and Musculoskeletal Pathology Section
Indiana University BloomingtonSource: Indiana University Bloomington
20) Integumentary System Illnesses and Disorders (Article)
Faculty of Informatics Masaryk UniversitySource: Faculty of Informatics Masaryk University
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