If you want a streamlined and definitive look at Pathology - one with just the right balance of information to give you the edge at exam time - turn to Pathology: The Big Picture . You'll find a succinct, user-friendly presentation especially designed to make even the most complex concept understandable in the shortest amount of study time possible. This perfect pictorial and textual overview of Pathology delivers: A "Big Picture" emphasis on what you must know verses "what's nice to know" Expert authorship by award-winning, active instructors Coverage of the full range of pathology topics - everything from cellular adaptations and injury to genetic disorders to inflammation to diseases of immunity Magnificent 4-color illustrations Numerous summary tables and figures for quick reference and rapid retention of even the most difficult topic Highlighted key concepts that underscore integral aspects of histology (key concepts are also listed in a table at the end of each chapter) USMLE-type questions, answers, and explanations to help you anticipate what you'll encounter on the exams And much more! CONTENTS General pathology Cellular adaptations and injury Inflammation Genetic disorders Diseases of immunity Neoplasia Walter Kemp MD. Teaches pathology to medical and health professional students at University of Texas Southwestern. Dr Kemp is the course director for medical pathology and directs a review course for medical students preparing for the boards every summer. Dr. Kemp is the recipient of numerous teaching awards, including outstanding teacher award, 2004 and 2005 by the medical students and a special recognition award for his review courses and an excellence in teaching award by the office of medical education. Dennis Burns, MD. Is a board certified Pathologist a full professor in the Department of Pathology at UT Southwestern. Dr. Burns not only runs the pathology Laboratory for sophomore medical students but Direct s the Medical Neuroscience course and lectures in the Microbiology course. Dr. Burns is also the recipient of many teaching awards dating back to 1983, and almost every year since.