Links & Lectures


LINKS

Professional Organizations
The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
The College of American Pathologists
The Los Angeles Society of Pathologists
California Society of Pathologists
The American Academy of Forensic Sciences

Anatomy
3D Anatomy Atlas
Neuroanatomy Atlas

Forensic Pathology and Toxicology
Forensic Drug Abuse Advisor

Forensic Diagrams and Autopsy Worksheets
Armed Forces Medical Examiner
PathologyExpert Inc Internal Diagram Worksheet
PathologyExpert Inc Clothing Template
PathologyExpert Inc Infant/Child Worksheet
PathologyExpert Inc External Worksheet

PATHOLOGY NOTES FOR BOARDS REVIEW

AP/CP Pathology Boards:
Eponymous Syndromes
Blood Bank
Acid/Base
Chemistry
Paraneoplastic Syndromes
Cytogenetics
Chromosomes
Hemoglobin Electropheresis
Cytology Notes
Viruses

Forensic Pathology Notes:
Blunt Trauma
Drowning
Electrocution
Forensic Identification
Pediatrics
Forensic Neuropathology
Forensic Toxicology
Gunshot Wounds
Natural Disease
Post-mortem Interval
Sharp Trauma

Neuropathology Notes:
Neuroanatomy
CNS Tumors by Location

Useful Links for Studying:
Johns Hopkins Surgical Pathology Unknown Conference
Pathology Outlines
Florida State University Webpath
Ed Uthman’s Website
E-Medicine Forensic Articles
University of North Texas On-Line Forensics Training Courses

Other Useful Links:
Armed Forces Medical Examiner
Ammunition Poster
Blood Stain Pattern Analysis video collection
California Sudden Infant Death Worksheet
ForensicMD.Wordpress.com – Blog and on line resource for Forensic Pathology & Neuropathology
Dr. Stephen Cohle’s Cardiac Conduction System Dissection
Common Drugs Found in Medical Examiner Cases by Randy Hanzlick, MD

LECTURES
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