This article is part of a Festschrift honouring Professor H Koornhof on his 80th birthday. My colleague and friend of over 40 years, a truly great man. An internationally recognised microbiologist, accorded great honours. A humanitarian, acutely sensitive to any suggestion of discrimination. I remember at one of the meetings of Heads of Departments which […]
Anatomy and Physiology Related to Clinical Pathology Part of our Human Body series this course is designed to give you a basic overview of anatomy, physiology, and pathology. Many important reactions are constantly occurring within the body. This course covers the types of reactions and what would happen if these reactions did not occur. Includes […]
Textbook of Pathology by V Krishna bridges the gap between the basic sciences on the one hand and the clinical sciences on the other. In any approach to disease diagnosis and management, application of the knowledge of etiology and pathogenesis is of paramount importance. This book has been written with this in mind. An introductory […]
INTRODUCTION Undergraduate medical education is currently undergoing extensive re-evaluation. This is because the conventional clinical and practical examination is beset with several problems. Although marking should depend only on student variability, examiner variability significantly affects scoring. The marks awarded also reflect only the global performance of the candidate and are not based on demonstration of […]
A brilliant meditation on mental health in the modern world; alienation; ways to overcome “the insane society”; a comprehensive analysis of prevailing concepts of mental health against Fromm’s views on overcoming destructive narcissism and social determinants of mental health; and a look at humankind’s alleged passivity in relation to dreams, child development, and psychology.
This book clearly describes all possible pathologies of the Vertebral Artery.
The purpose of this course is to provide healthcare professionals with the information necessary to identify, assess, and treat or refer patients with a wide range of conditions of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial complex resulting from pathological entities of microbial, autoimmune, and behavioral origin. In addition, members of the […]