Preface: boundary crossings; 1. Diagnosing bone disease; 2. Anatomy and physiology of bone; 3. Genetic diseases of bones and joints; 4. Metabolic bone disease; 5. The pathophysiology of fractures; 6. Skeletal manifestations of systemic disease; 7. Osteonecrosis; 8. Infections of bones and joints; 9. Paget's disease; 10. Metastatic carcinoma in bone; 11. Plasma cell dyscrasia; 12. Primary bone tumors; 13. Bone cysts; 14. Tumor-like lesions; 15. Diseases of synovial membrane; 16. Diseases of joints; 17. Complications of joint arthroplasty; 18. Management of orthopedic pathology specimens from the operating room to microscope; Index.
Edward F. McCarthy is Professor of Pathology and Orthopedic Surgery, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA. Frank J. Frassica is Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Oncology, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA.
'For a general pathologist always on the look-out for a simple yet comprehensive enough text to help make sense of this challenging field, this is indeed a very helpful book and I have found it useful on many occasions. This practical tome would sit very well in the departmental library and certainly would not gather dust.' Su Enn Low, The Bulletin