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90 Pathology

Last update: Oct 27/23




Introduction to Cancer Concepts: A Guidebook for the Non-Oncologist (CC BY-NC-SA)

From the Department of Radiation Oncology and the Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology Oncology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

This is a British Columbia created resource.Pathology (CC BY-NC)

This multimedia resource provides the science behind the disease that a health care professional is managing and an explanation of the signs and symptoms a patient is experiencing, starting at the tissue level. Each disease begins with a review of normal anatomy, histology and physiology – followed by the changes the disease has on the tissue (histopathology or anatomic pathology), organ (gross pathology), and function (pathophysiology). Videos and photos of gross pathological specimens & histological slides are included in every topic, with videolessons guiding viewers on the observable pathological changes. Because working with patients in their health journey is a team affair, this resource highlights the interprofessional collaboration that occurs between health care providers. This resource includes personal interviews with many health care professionals, explaining their role in a patient’s diagnosis and/or treatment and management.

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