Comparative Anatomy and Histology (2nd Ed.)
A Mouse, Rat, and Human Atlas

Coordinators: Treuting Piper M., Dintzis Suzanne M., Montine Kathleen S.

Language: Anglais
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The second edition of Comparative Anatomy and Histology is aimed at the new rodent investigator as well as medical and veterinary pathologists who need to expand their knowledge base into comparative anatomy and histology. It guides the reader through normal mouse and rat anatomy and histology using direct comparison to the human. The side by side comparison of mouse, rat, and human tissues highlight the unique biology of the rodents, which has great impact on the validation of rodent models of human disease.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Phenotyping
- 3. Necropsy and Histology
- 4. IHC, imaging
- 5. Skeletal system
- 6. nose, sinus, pharynx
- 7. Oral cavity, teeth
- 8. Salivary glands
- 9. Respiratory
- 10. Cardiovascular
- 11. Upper GI
- 12. Lower GI 
- 13. Liver and Gall Bladder
- 15. Endocrine
- 16. Urinary tract
- 17. Female Repro
- 18. Male Repro
- 19. Hematopoietic and Lymph 
- 20. Nervous System
- 21. Special senses Eye
- 22. Special senses Ear
- 23. Mammary Gland
- 24. Skin and Adnexa
Biomedical researchers and graduate students working with rodent models of human disease; medical and veterinary pathologists and pathology resident.
Associate Professor and chief of Comparative Pathology, Department of Comparative Medicine and Affiliate Associate Professor Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Washington.
Associate Professor of Pathology, former chief of UW Medical Center Anatomic Pathology Services and former Director of Pathology Laboratory Operations in the Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Washington.
Senior Research Scientist and certified by the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences (BELS) Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of Washington.