Robbins and Cotran Pathology Flash Cards, 2nd Edition

Authors :
Edward C. Klatt & Richard Mitchell
Date of Publication: 01/2015

Taken from the Robbins text and Klatt’s own extensive collection, these brilliantly illustrated flash cards present gross, photomicrographic, and radiologic images that allow you to test yourself on key pathologic information, facts, and functio ...view more

Taken from the Robbins text and Klatt’s own extensive collection, these brilliantly illustrated flash cards present gross, photomicrographic, and radiologic images that allow you to test yourself on key pathologic information, facts, and functions. Each card features two clinical vignettes (700 cases in all), with images or diagrams, two to five questions, and an explanation to the questions on the opposite side.

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Taken from the Robbins text and Klatt’s own extensive collection, these 350 brilliantly illustrated flash cards present gross, photomicrographic, and radiologic images that allow you to test yourself on key pathologic information, facts, and functions. Designed to help you master what you need to know, both sides of each card present a clinical vignette (700 in all), an image or diagram, two to five questions, and an explanation to the questions on the opposite side. To further enhance your learning experience, you’ll have anytime, anywhere access to the flash cards, as well as any other Student Consult title you own, online at www.studentconsult.com.

Key Features
  • Be as prepared as possible for your exams by studying clinical cases in a format that mimics the USMLE.
  • Study efficiently and quickly look up key information with help from page references to the parent texts, Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease and Robbins Basic Pathology.
  • Student Consult online version included with purchase.

Author Information
By Edward C. Klatt, MD, Professor of Pathology, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Director, Biomedical Education Program, Mercer University School of Medicine, Savannah, Georgia and Richard N Mitchell, MD, PhD, Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School and Health Sciences and Technology; Director, Human Pathology, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology; Staff Pathologist, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts