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专业教育 《从巫术到分子-医学和病理学发展史》英文版即将出版



From Magic to Molecules: an Illustrated History of Disease

(《从巫术到分子——医学和病理学发展史》英文版)即将出版


From Magic to Molecules: An Illustrated History of Disease


Editors: Jan G van den Tweel, Jiang Gu, Clive R Taylor


This book is about the lives and times of those remarkable men and women whose work changed our understanding of the nature and cause of diseases that afflicted mankind over recorded history. It traces the earliest expressions of disease in prehistory on to the theories of the great Greek, Roman and Arabic practitioners of medicine, such as Hippocrates, Galen and Avicenna.  In addition it covers the rise of the Renaissance anatomists and the beginnings of a ‘scientific approach’; Morgagni, Da Vinci, Vesalius. Next came the philosopher scientists of the 18th, 19th  and 20th centuries; The Hunter Brothers, The Monros, Laennec, Dupuytren, Cruveilhier,  Virchow, Paget, Harvey, Hodgkin, Osler, and a host  of others in Western, Chinese and Japanese medicine. What makes the book unique, is the organ based approach of the 20th century when sub-specialties were created by brilliant visionary men and women who gave the shape to medicine as we see it today.

The book is written by a group of 30 clinically oriented pathologists who build upon the morphologic basis of disease to concepts of interest  and relevance for professionals and students across the entire  field of medicine, and to curious patients everywhere, who wish to learn more about the ‘when, how, and why’ of their disease.



ISBN: 978-7-5659-1444-7         

Hardcover • 210*285mm • 670 pages • 500 full color photos 

Price: ¥ 568.00 ( $ 88.00, €76.00 )

Available date: November, 2016

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预计出版日期:2016年11月




Contents


PART I.  UNDERSTANDING AND MISUNDERSTANDING OVER THE AGES       

(Antiquity to the Renaissance c.1800)


Chapter 1. Magic versus Reason; the ‘Pathology’ of Antiquity

Jan G van den Tweel

Chapter 2. The Coming of Darkness; Galen and his Heritage

Jan G van den Tweel

Chapter 3. Arabic Medicine: a Bridge between the Ancient World and Early Renaissance

Samir S Amr

Chapter 4. The Renaissance Anatomists

Stephen A. Geller

Chapter 5. The Age of the Autopsy 

Jan G van den Tweel, Clive R Taylor


PART II.  THE AGE OF THE MICROSCOPE. FROM WHOLE BODY TO TISSUE AND CELL 

 (c1800 – c2000)


Chapter 6. France;  Paul P. De Saint-Maur

Chapter 7. Britain;  Clive R Taylor, Stephen A. Geller

Chapter 8. Austria, Germany and Russia;  Roland Sedivy, Vsevolod Zinserling

Chapter 9. America ;  Carol L Starr

Chapter 10. China;  Jiang Gu

Chapter 11. Japan;  Robert Y. Osamura


PART III.  THE ‘MODERN AGE’: MILESTONES IN THE DAWN OF SUBSPECIALISATION  

Chapter 12. The Cardiovascular System

Gaetano Thiene, Cristina Basso, Fabio Zampieri

Chapter 13. The Lung: ‘Environmental’ Diseases  and Pneumonias’  

Russell A. Harley , Anthony A. Gal

Chapter 14. The Lung: Tuberculosis: ‘The Scourge of Creative Genius’ 

Anthony A. Gal, Russell A. Harley

Chapter 15. The Lung: ‘Cancer, mesothelioma and other neoplasms’ 

Anthony A. Gal, Russell A. Harley                       

Chapter 16. The Lymphoid System and Blood

Clive R Taylor, Stephen A. Geller 

Chapter 17. The Head and Neck 

Pieter J Slootweg

Chapter 18. The Liver

Stephen A. Geller

Chapter 19. The Gastro-intestinal Tract and Exocrine Pancreas

Roland Sedivy, Jan G van den Tweel

Chapter 20. The Kidney

Jan J. Weening, J. Charles Jennette

Chapter 21. The Female Reproductive System

Robert H Young

Chapter 22. The Male Reproductive System

Raffaella Santi, Andrea A. Conti, Gabriella Nesi

Chapter 23. The Breast

Jan G van den Tweel, Paul J van Diest

Chapter 24. The Skin

Emma J M Taylor, Clive R Taylor

Chapter 25. The Nervous System

Jan van Gijn, Frans G I Jennekens

Chapter 26. The Endocrine System

Jan G van den Tweel, Roland Sedivy

Chapter 27. Disorders of growth: CANCER

Clive R Taylor


PART IV.  LESSONS THAT CHANGED THE WAY IN WHICH WE SEE DISEASE


Chapter 28. Congenital Malformations: What we thought and what we learned

J. Bruce Beckwith

Chapter 29. Human Paleopathology: What Skeletons Tell Us

Donald Ortner 

Chapter 30. First Pathology Classrooms: The Anatomy and Pathology Musea of the World

Robin A. Cooke


Part V.  THE TECHNICAL DRIVERS OF CHANGE IN PATHOLOGY


Chapter 31. The Age of the Microscope and the ‘Invention of the Pathologist’

M.Lamar Jones, Antony A. Gal

Chapter 32.The Dawn of the Age of the Molecule: Immunologic, Genetic and Molecular Methods.

Clive R Taylor, Jan G van den Tweel