MindMaps in Pathology by Peter Dervan (2002)

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1. GENERAL PATHOLOGY

1.1. CELLULAR PATHOLOGY

1.1.1. Cell Injury

1.1.2. Cell Death

1.1.3. Cell Adaptation to Stress

1.1.4. Cellular ageing

1.1.5. Amyloidosis

1.2. ACUTE AND CHRONIC INFLAMMATION

1.2.1. Acute Inflammation

1.2.2. Acute inflammation: clinical features

1.2.3. Chronic Inflammation

1.3. TISSUE REPAIR

1.3.1. Repair by cell renewal

1.3.2. Repair by fibrosis

1.4. HAEMODYNAMIC DISORDERS THROMBOSIS AND SHOCK

1.4.1. Thrombosis, embolism, infarction

1.4.2. Shock

1.4.3. Oedema

1.5. GENETIC DISORDERS

1.5.1. Genetic disease

1.5.2. Mechanisms of genetic disorders

1.6. DISEASE OF IMMUNITY

1.6.1. Immunology

1.6.2. Hypersensitivity reaction

1.6.3. Autoimmune disease

1.6.4. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)

1.6.5. Tissue transplantation

1.6.6. Immunodeficiency syndromes

1.6.7. AIDS: acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

1.6.8. Cancer immunology

1.7. NEOPLASIA

1.7.1. Neoplasia

1.7.2. Neoplasia: pathology

1.7.3. Carcinogenesis

1.7.4. Cancer biology

1.7.5. Cancer genes

1.7.6. Neoplasia: clinical features

1.7.7. Cancer diagnosis

2. SYSTEMIC PATHOLOGY

2.1. Diseases of infancy and childhood

2.1.1. Paediatric disease

2.1.2. Paediatric tumours

2.2. Cardiovascular system

2.2.1. Atherosclerosis

2.2.2. Hypertension

2.2.3. Vasculitis

2.2.4. Aneurysms

2.2.5. Ischaemic heart disease

2.2.6. Heart failure

2.2.7. Valvular heart disease

2.2.8. Infective endocarditis

2.2.9. Rheumatic fever

2.2.10. Myocarditis

2.2.11. Cardiomyopathy

2.2.12. Pericardial disease

2.2.13. Congenital heart disease

2.2.14. Cardiovascular tumours

2.3. Respiratory tract

2.3.1. Respiratory infections

2.3.2. Tuberculosis

2.3.3. Obstructive long disease 1

2.3.4. Obstructive long disease 2

2.3.5. Restrictive lung disease 1

2.3.6. Restrictive lung disease 2

2.3.7. Sarcoidosis

2.3.8. lung tumours

2.3.9. Pleura

2.4. Gastrointestinal tract

2.4.1. Oesophagus 1

2.4.2. Oesophagus 2

2.4.3. Gastritis

2.4.4. Peptic ulcer disease

2.4.5. Gastric carcinoma

2.4.6. Diarrhoeal diseases

2.4.7. Chronic inflammatory bowel disease

2.4.8. Ischaemic bowel disease

2.4.9. Diverticular disease

2.4.10. Colon cancer and polyps

2.4.11. Appendix

2.5. liver,biliary tract and exocrine pancreas

2.5.1. liver disease, laboratory investigations

2.5.2. Acute liver injury

2.5.3. Chronic liver disease

2.5.4. Cirrhosis

2.5.5. Liver tumours

2.5.6. Gallbladder

2.5.7. Exocrine pancreas

2.6. Endocrine system

2.6.1. Adrenal cortex

2.6.2. Adrenal medulla

2.6.3. Adrenal cortical clinical syndromes

2.6.4. Parathyroid glands

2.6.5. Pituitary gland

2.6.6. Pituitary gland syndrome

2.6.7. Thyroid gland

2.6.8. Diabetes mellitus

2.7. Kidneys and urinary tract

2.7.1. Glomerular disease

2.7.2. Aetiology and mechanims of glomerular injury

2.7.3. Tubulo-interstitial disorders

2.7.4. Pyelonephritis

2.7.5. Urinary outflow obstruction

2.7.6. Renal tumours ans cysts

2.7.7. Bladder

2.8. Male genital tract

2.8.1. Prostate

2.8.2. Testis

2.8.3. Penis and scrotum

2.9. Female genital tract

2.9.1. Cervix, vagina and vulva

2.9.2. Uterus and fallopian tubes

2.9.3. Uterine tumours

2.9.4. Trophoblastic disease

2.9.5. Ovary

2.9.6. Primary ovarian tumours

2.10. Breast

2.10.1. Breast disease

2.10.2. Begnin Breast disease

2.10.3. Begnin Breast tumours

2.10.4. Breast carcinoma

2.10.5. In situ breast carcinoma

2.11. Blood and bone marrow

2.11.1. Haemorrhagic disorders

2.11.2. Anaemia

2.11.3. Specific anaemias

2.11.4. Clinical features and investigation of anaemias

2.11.5. Myeloproliferative disorders

2.12. Leukaemia and lymhoma

2.12.1. leukaemia

2.12.2. Acute leukaemia

2.12.3. Chronic leukaemia

2.12.4. Lymphadenopathy

2.12.5. Lymphoma

2.12.6. Hodgkin's disease

2.12.7. Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

2.12.8. Plasma cell dyscrasias

2.13. Bones,joints and soft tissue tumours

2.13.1. Joints

2.13.2. Metabolic bone disease

2.13.3. Osteomyelitis

2.13.4. Bone tumours

2.13.5. Soft tissue tumours

2.14. Skin

2.14.1. Skin tumours

2.15. Head and neck

2.15.1. Head and neck

2.16. Central and peripheral nervous system

2.16.1. Intracranial space-occupying lesions

2.16.2. CNS infections

2.16.3. CNS trauma

2.16.4. Cerebrovascular disease

2.16.5. Demyelinating disease

2.16.6. CNS degenerative disease

2.16.7. Neuropathies and myopathies

2.16.8. Intracranial tumors

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