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Underwood's pathology is a very concise and yet full guide through the progression of diseases. It is fantastic for PBL because it gives you a basic pathological outline and explains the technical terminology as it goes. It uses some good clear flow diagrams and very memorable pictures to hammer the point home. I find it has a perfect level of detail for first and second year. Histological changes in tissues are also included which cuts down on research time. It also finds space to include other aspects of illness such as aetiology and recent advances in the field. The layout into pathologies of each body system makes the book easy to use effectively. Any time where there is reference made to another part of the book a page number is provided. The index is well detailed and accurate. It is very easy to read as the sentences are short and to the point, and paragraphs broken up by tables and diagrams. - Medical Student, University of Glasgow
"This is the definitive UK textbook of pathology...The range of coverage provided by Underwood and Cross in general and systematic pathology is excellent...This new edition of Underwood and Cross expands on previous success and cements its postition as the market leader for undergraduate UK pathology and in curricula worldwide based on the UK system." The Bulletin, January 2010
Great to refer to when you don't understand concepts/lecture slides!! Used a lot during revision!!Published 2 months ago by Lauren F
Really nice price, basically a text book required, so it's a very nice book.Published 8 months ago by Kate
I'm assured this was a most useful text book hence the score. Check it out medics you may find it useful.Published 12 months ago by Squeaky squirrel
An excellently written book, but just not enough detail for the second year of medicine at Keele University Medical School. Read morePublished on 8 Feb. 2013 by Monty Ryan Metcalfe
This book is frustrating - it is far from comprehensive, and what it does cover is vary variable in terms of quality - some subjects are covered in fantastic detail, others barely... Read morePublished on 11 Nov. 2011 by J. Wilson
This book covers just about anything and is great for a Biomedical Science student. Explains different diseases in a lot of detail, and plenty of pictures on each page. Read morePublished on 29 Sept. 2011 by Agne M.
I wished I paid more attention at medical school when the exams rolled around. Luckily I had this book which taught me everything I needed to know about pathology.Published on 13 July 2011 by Skal