Table of Contents

Normal skin.
Nail.
Breast.
Bone.
Joints.
Myofibroblast.
Adipose tissue.
Skeletal muscle.
Blood vessels.
Peripheral nervous system.
Central nervous system.
Pituitary and sellar region.
Normal eye and ocular adnexia.
The ear and temporal bone.
Mouth, nose, and paranasal sinuses.
Larynx and pharynx.
Major salivary glands.
Lungs.
Thymus.
Normal heart.
Serous membranes.
Esophagus.
Stomach.
Small intestine.
Colon.
Vermiform appendix.
Anal canal.
Liver.
Gallbladder and extrahepatic biliary system.
Pancreas.
Lymph nodes.
Spleen.
Bone marrow.
Kidney.
Urinary bladder, ureter, and renal pelvis.
Prostate.
Testis and excretory duct system.
Penis and distal urethra.
Vulva.
Vagina.
Uterus and fallopian tubes.
Ovary.
Placenta.
Thyroid.
Parathyroid.
Adrenal.
The Neuroendocrine system.
Paraganglia. "A strong grounding in basic histology is essential for all pathologists. However, there had always been a gap between histology and pathology in which histologic information specifically for the pathologist was often lacking. Histology for Pathologists deals with the microscopic features of normal human tissues, from the perspective of the surgical pathologist. This is the only text that uses human (vs. animal) tissues for the histology. It is the best reference in the literature for information on normal histology, and, as such, is essential for all clinical pathologists. Written by pathologists for pathologists, the new edition will update the pathologist's understanding of normal histology up to date with the incremental advances made in the last five years. The 3rd edition has become a 'classic' purchased by virtually all residents beginning their pathology training, as well as pathologists in practice. The 4th edition will build on that substantial foundation.".
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)