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VIRTUAL COLLECTIONS

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Slide & Image Collections

Normal Histology
 

Appendix H&E stain

Histo-Pathology
 

Healed Myocardial Infarct Trichrome stain

Path 501 Parasites
 

Taenia solium

Boyd Museum Specimens

Stomach – ulcer

Medical Microbiology Images

Echinococcus granulosus adult

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Books & Cases

BCCA THIN PREP COLLECTION

BCCA Pathologists Drs. Diana Ionescu, Greg Naus and Dirk Van Niekerk developed a set of 45 cervical cytology Thin Prep cases which is presented in three teaching categories “Negative”, “Squamous lesions” and “Glandular lesions” as Thin Prep whole slide scans*.

BCCA Book

HEMATOPATHOLOGY ATLAS

The Atlas is a collection of classic hematology cases, representing both adult and pediatric conditions. Each case in the Atlas consists of a concise patient history, corresponding CBC findings and other pertinent laboratory data, as well as digitized slide(s) of peripheral blood smears, bone marrow aspirates/biopsies, lymph node biopsies, and/or other relevant histological tissues.

Hematopathology Atlas

ESSENTIALS OF CYTOLOGY SERIES BY DR. NGUYEN

These monographs are written for practicing pathologists in community hospitals, pathology residents and cytotechnologists who are interested in acquiring a basic knowledge in diagnostic cytology.

PALEO-PATHOLOGY: THE ICEMAN

In August 1999, frozen ancient human remains were found melting out of an east-west ridge-like glacier in Tatshenshini-Alsek Park, northern British Columbia. This discovery was subsequently named Kwäday Dän Ts’inchi. The remains were of an approximately 18-year-old male. The materials from his robe in combination with bone collagen were dated 1670 – 1850 AD. This book of images describes preservation of the lung and heart tissues as well as pathological findings in these samples.

Paleo-Pathology: The Iceman