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Urologic Surgical Pathology: Expert Consult - Online and Print, 3e Hardcover – 3 Feb 2014
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"Pathologists who have used the previous edition will be pleased with this update and I am sure that they will welcome this new edition with élan. The eight years since the last edition have seen major advances in the field of urologic pathology and this new edition includes most if not all of them. I know of no better book that would bring readers up to speed in urologic pathology as it is practiced by the foremost experts in this subspecialty. For a rapidly developing field (like urologic pathology), this might appear no more than an ephemeral snapshot, but still it will update readers better than any other book. The morphology is still the mainstay, but the ancillary techniques like immunohistochemistry and molecular biology are also included and will help readers understand not only the biology and pathophysiology, but also the clinical significance of these new advances. The book was written for practicing surgical pathologists, who will be the main users. However it should be made available to trainees in pathology and urology and oncologists dealing with urologic diseases. Thus, I see it on the shelves of practicing pathologists as well as in general hospital libraries. I highly recommend this book as one of the must-have, must-read, key books of the core library of modern surgical pathology." Reviewed by: Ivan Damjanov, MD (University of Kansas Medical Center) Doody Review: 5 stars
"A great update of a well know textbook. Uropathology colleagues find it useful". Reviewed by: PathLab.org, June 2014
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It should be a 5 stars book.
But the web version by inkling is difficult (if not the most difficult) to use. It surpass amirsys.
The preset is three frames, the left one "table of content", middle "book content", the right side "Notes". I cannot find a way to remove the "notes" frame or the "table of content" frame so that i can make a good use of area of my screen. The font size are big and the legend of figures cannot be fully shown unless you click to enlarged the picture. I cannot (at least not in a intuitive way) to open the picture in the new tab/window. Suppose you are read the middle of a long chapter and click to zoom a picture, after you finish and click "back", it will go back to the beginning to the chapter. So you have the scroll down every time. It is extremely irritating. I contacted inkling, and the staff seems not understanding my problem.
You cannot print anything. Even copy and paste were restricted to a quota (every day or so).
Every right click is useless.
The search function has some flaw too. The search result is classified as "all", "reader", "enhanced". I used once typing "chromophobe", the "all" did not show result from text, but only showed results from legend of picture. I have to click "reader".
I am sure there are other problems.
I am a working pathologist. I use desktop all the time, seldom use the apps.
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