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“This is a comprehensive text that includes a wealth ofinformation on a very wide range of subjects. It will, of course,appeal to veterinary pathologists and neurotoxicologists, but itwill also serve as a very good guide for diagnosticneuropathologists or histopathologists entering the world oftoxicological or pharmacological research.” (TheBulletin of The Royal College of Pathologists, 1 October2012)
“Overall this is a long awaited, extremely useful bookwhich should be on the shelf of all pathologists, toxicologists andstudents working in the field of neurotoxicology or pathology.“ (British Toxicology Society Newsletter, 1 June2012)
“This exceptional, high quality book will greatly benefitits intended audience.” (Doody’s, 4 May 2012)
Grasp the fundamentals behind neuropathology
Fundamental Neuropathology for Pathologists and Toxicologists:Principles and Techniques provides an introduction to thediscipline and techniques of neuropathology. Aimed not only atpathologists and toxicologists, but more broadly at comparativeneurotoxicologists, environmental scientists, students, and otherexperts working in the scientific and medical worlds as well, thebook is an invaluable guide to understanding diseases of thecentral and peripheral nervous systems.
With a focus on the practical applications of assessing chemicaltoxicity, the book addresses both the fundamentals ofneuropathology, and provides detailed coverage of current practicesin anatomic, biochemical, clinical, and molecular analyses. Inaddition, it examines the practical aspects of neuropathology, suchas study design data interpretation, regulatory considerations, andtips for preparing reports.
Describing the intricacies of the nervous system and thestandard testing procedures that help toxicologists makeneuropathological evaluations, Fundamental Neuropathology forPathologists and Toxicologists is essential reading for anyoneinterested in understanding the chemical, environmental,biological, medical, and regulatory details important for analyzingtoxicant-induced neurodiseases.