Did you know that the Foundation has made a Spanish Translation of Gardiner and Poynton's Metazoan Parasites in Tissue Section available on its website for FREE as a .pdf?
You can find it at: http://cldavis.org/PDFs/atlas_esp.pdf If you are looking for the softbound version of this book in the original English, these are available for only $40 (plus shipping) at the Foundation's online bookstore (https://store.cldavis.org) and you will be supporting the Foundation's many global initiatives!
The Foundation is very proud to announce the publication of a brand-new, absolutely FREE e-book explaining gross (macroscopic) description entitled "Opening Pandora's Box", by Drs. Paul Stromberg, Dr. Dan Rissi, Dr. Claudio Barros, and with minimal contribution (explained in the preface) by Bruce Williams.
This beautifully illustrated e-book is available to view online at http://www.cldavis.org/pandora or available for download in multiple electronic formats including .PDF, .epub, .azw3 (Kindle) and .mobi at: http://cldavis.org/pandora/ebooks.html
Chapters include Gross Description of Tissue Changes, Interpretation of Tissue Changes, Writing a Pathology Report, as well as an informative preface, introduction, and postface. The text is illustrated by over 80 beautiful gross images.
We believe this is going to be a fantastic help for pathology trainees, veterinarians, veterinary students, and anyone wishing to improve their gross descriptive skills.
Enjoy the full-resolution version of the February 2020 newsletter - CLD_Newsletter_-_February_2020.pdf (4.7 MiB, 5 hits)
CLD_Newsletter_-_February_2020.pdf (4.7 MiB, 5 hits)
For archive copies of newsletters, visit: http://www.cldavis.org/newsletter_archive.html
If you are not familiar with the Joint Pathology Center's (JPC's) Wednesday Slide Conference, it is weekly slide conference (well 25 weeks a year) in which over 125 institutions submit two cases and writeups each year. Now in its 65th year, the results are a fantastic trove of information on pathology of all types in all species. They are always available via the JPC at https://www.askjpc.org/wsco/index.php, and here are this results from the last 3 conferences.
WSC #19 - 19-20_Conference_19_illustrated_final.pdf (3.6 MiB, 2 hits)
19-20_Conference_19_illustrated_final.pdf (3.6 MiB, 2 hits)
WSC #18 - WSC_1920_Conf_18_illustrated_final_reduced.pdf (2.8 MiB, 12 hits)
WSC_1920_Conf_18_illustrated_final_reduced.pdf (2.8 MiB, 12 hits)
WSC #17 - WSC_1920_Conf_17_illustrated_final.pdf (3.3 MiB, 9 hits)
WSC_1920_Conf_17_illustrated_final.pdf (3.3 MiB, 9 hits)
Vol 2 of the Surgical Pathology of Tumors of Domestic Species: Mammary Tumors is now on sale.
Mammary tumors, the second volume of the of the Surgical Pathology of Tumors of Domestic Species, has an international slate of co-authors (Drs. Valentina Zappulli, Laura Pena, Roberta Rasotto, Michael Goldschmidt, Adelina Gama, Jennifer Scruggs, and Matti Kiupel) and contains the latest classification schema and criteria for mammary tumors of the domestic species. This book is a vast improvement over its second edition counterpart with 150 additional pages, all color images incorporated directly into the text (no more flipping to the back of the book and hunting for the right images), and includes not only histology, but cytology, immunohistochemistry, and far more explanatory material on normal anatomy, embryology of common tumors and much more.
A 60-page, reduced resolution sample of the 1st edition is available at http://www.cldavis.org/PDFs/Surg_Path_Vol_2_sample.pdf to give you an idea of the sweeping improvements in the new series.
This second volume will be priced at $40 (plus shipping and handling.) Two books ship for the same price as one!
Fax or email orders - download your form here!: http://www.cldavis.org/PDFs/Surg_Path_Vol_2_order_form.pdf - email to email@example.com
If you have any problems with ordering online (sometimes it says we don't ship to a particular location BUT WE DO!!!) - please use the order form and send by email.