Transplantation Pathology is a specialized textbook that comprehensively covers the pathological features of all organs transplanted in clinical practice. In addition to extensive detail of morphological changes, numerous images, and the latest classification schemes, this book incorporates basis pathophysiologic mechanisms involved in the detrimental processes affecting the host and graft. Finally, there are also specialized chapters addressing the immunopathology of graft rejection, lab medicine and transplantation, dermatological complications in transplantation, and PTLD. Thus, this book by renowned authors in the field provides the pathologist, clinician, clinical staff, and student a complete overview of the pathological processes and underlying mechanisms of all areas of transplantation.
1. Immunopathology of organ transplantation James M. Mathew and Phillip Ruiz; 2. Dermatological complications in transplant patients and composite tissue allotransplant Emma L. Lanuti, Ingrid H. Wolf, Marco Romanelli, Brian Keegan, Phillip Ruiz and Paolo Romanelli; 3. Pathology of renal transplantation Volker Nickeleit; 4. Liver transplantation pathology Anthony Demetris; 5. Pathology of cardiac transplantation Chi K. Lai, Hui-Min Yang, Seong Ra and Michael C. Fishbein; 6. Lung transplantation pathology Dani S. Zander; 7. Pancreas transplantation pathology Cinthia B. Drachenberg and John C. Papadimitriou; 8. The pathology of intestinal and multivisceral transplantation Phillip Ruiz, Andreas Tzakis and Hidenori Takahashi; 9. Pathology of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation Gary Kleiner, Michael Kritzer-Cheren and Phillip Ruiz; 10. Pathology and pathogenesis of post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorders Lawrence Tsao, Eric D. Hsi and Izidore S. Lossos; 11. Laboratory medicine in transplantation Phillip Ruiz, Robert Cirocco, Rolando Garcia-Morales and Manuel Carreno.