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View Resource WebPath: The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education

This magnificent medical resource, originally provided by Dr. Edward C. Klatt of the Department of Pathology at the University of Utah (see WebPath faculty for a list of all contributors), serves as a complement to any disease pathology course work. Divided into six major sections, it is highlighted by Organ System Pathology, which contains over 1,000 annotated images of fourteen organ system...
View Resource Virtual Autopsy

Designed with medical students in mind, Leicester (England) University's Virtual Autopsy site takes the student on a virtual tour of seven autopsies. Several options allow for efficient navigation of the site: Cause of Death is a self-assessment quiz students may take after "performing" each autopsy; Return to History takes the user back to the beginning of each case; and Choose another Case lets...
View Resource Department of Pathology-Case Studies

Students in the health sciences learn from case studies, patient histories, and a variety of other means. In recent years, a number of medical schools in the United States have contributed to medical education by placing slide collections, pathology reports, and other related materials online. The University of Pittsburgh's School of Medicine is part of this delightful trend, and they have placed...
View Resource Transplant Pathology Case

Pathology is a complex field, and persons who might be new to the field might appreciate a bit of assistance. Medical educators might also need a hand as they begin to teach others in the field, and this particular case study offered by the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Pathology will be most useful in that regard. In this case, users will be exposed to slides, explanations, and...