Medical School Pathology for Self Learners

Online Resources

Studying Online

Pathology is an interesting subject but it is as difficult as any other subjects in medical science like anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, etc. We all are made differently and we all have different way of learning or studying. The method that I use to study may or may not be suitable to you. Lectures, books, pictures and slides are the common sources of learning. Using online resources to learn may be very helpful to many of us.

It is a vast subject and its knowledge is always expanding. So, it is more important that the pathology learnt in the undergraduate curriculum (like MBBS Basic Science) is basic and relevant, emphasizing the understanding of mechanisms and principles rather than detailed facts. As students continue their medical education into PG trainee years, more detailed systemic pathology will become more relevant and more appropriately learnt at that time.

Review of Medical School Pathology

Site home: http://medicalschoolpathology.com

Medical School Pathology is a resourceful medical website designed to assist self learner medical students for learning pathology. It provides online access to lecture notes and videos of all 29 chapters based on Robbin’s Pathology. Besides, it also provides medics with online laboratory for learning histopathology. This site probably won’t be useful to lay person because the description are mostly medical and includes medical jargons.

Chapters

GENERAL PATHOLOGY

1. Cellular Adaptations, Cell Injury, and Cell Death
2. Acute and Chronic Inflammation
3. Tissue Repair: Cellular Growth, Fibrosis, and Wound Healing
4. Hemodynamic Disorders, Thrombosis, and Shock

Pathological Basis of Disease - Robbins and Cotran

Textbook for pathology

5. Genetic Disorders
6. Diseases of Immunity
7. Neoplasia
8. Infectious Diseases
9. Environmental and Nutritional Pathology
10. Diseases of Infancy and Childhood

DISEASES OF ORGAN SYSTEMS

11. Blood Vessels
12. The Heart
13. Red Cells and Bleeding Disorders
14. White Cells, Lymph Nodes, Spleen, and Thymus
15. The Lung
16. Head and Neck
17. The Gastrointestinal Tract
18. The Liver and Biliary Tract
19. The Pancreas
20. The Kidney
21. The Lower Urinary Tract and the Male Genital Tract
22. The Female Genital Tract
23. The Breast
24. The Endocrine System
25. The Skin
26. Bones, Joints, and Soft Tissue Tumors
27. Peripheral Nerve and Skeletal Muscle
28. The Central Nervous System
29. The Eye

Online Resources For Self-Learning

Download Lecture notes in Powerpoint
Watch and Download Lecture videos of General Pathology
Watch and Download Lecture videos of Systemic Pathology
Watch and Download Histopathology Videos
Online Access to Rock Lab for Independent Study
Shotgun Histology

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