Greenfield's Neuropathology, the world’s leading neuropathology reference, provides a comprehensive account of the pathological findings in neurological disease, their biological basis, and their clinical manifestations.
The book’s detailed advice on pathological assessment and interpretation is based on clear descriptions of molecular and cellular processes and reactions that are relevant to the development of the nervous system, as well as its normal and abnormal functioning. The information is presented in an accessible way to readers working within a range of disciplines in the clinical neurosciences, and neuropathological findings are placed within the context of a broader diagnostic process.
New for the Ninth Edition:
- Features online and downloadable digital formats with rapid search functions, annotation and bookmarking facilities, image collections, and live reference links
- Contains many color illustrations and high-quality clinical photographs to help with interpretation and understanding
- Includes more than 1000 new photographs and drawings
- Incorporates new design elements, such as alternate colour coding of chapters for easier navigation
Known for its thorough yet practical approach, Greenfield's continues to provide trusted information to all neuropathologists and those in related specialties, including neurologists, neurosurgeons, general pathologists, neuroradiologists, and clinical neuroscientists.
General Pathology of the Central Nervous System; Harry V. Vinters and B.K. Kleinschmidt-DeMasters
Vascular Disease, Hypoxia and Related Conditions; Raj Kalaria, Isidro Ferrer, and Seth Love
Diseases of the Perinatal Period; Rebecca D. Folkerth and Marc R. Del Bigio
Malformations; Brian N. Harding and Jeffrey A. Golden
Metabolic and Neurodegenerative Diseases of Childhood; Thomas S. Jacques and Brian Harding
Lysosomal Diseases; Steven U. Walkley, Kinuko Suzuki, and Kunihiko Suzuki
Mitochondrial Diseases; Patrick F. Chinnery, Nichola Z. Lax, Evelyn Jaros, Robert W. Taylor, Douglas M. Turnbull, and Salvatore diMauro
Peroxisomal Disorders; Phyllis L. Faust and James M. Powers
Nutritional and Toxic Diseases; Jillian Kril, Leila Chimelli, Christopher M. Morris, and John B. Harris
Trauma; Colin Smith, Susan S. Margulies, and Ann-Christine Duhaime
Epilepsy; Maria Thom and Sanjay Sisodiya
Extrapyramidal Diseases of Movement; Tamas Revesz, H. Brent Clark, Janice L. Holton, Henry H. Houlden Paul G. Ince, and Glenda M. Halliday
Degenerative Ataxic Disorders; H. Brent Clark
Motor Neuron Disorders; Paul G. Ince, J. Robin Highley, and Stephen B. Wharton
Ageing of the Brain; James Lowe
Dementia; James Lowe and Raj Kalaria
Psychiatric Diseases; Margaret M. Esiri, Steven A. Chance, Jean Debarros, and Tim J. Crow
Prion Diseases; Mark W. Head, James W. Ironside, Bernardino Ghetti, Martin Jeffrey, Pedro Piccardo, and Robert G. Will
Viral Infections; Seth Love, Clayton A. Wiley and Sebastian Lucas
Bacterial Infections; Martina Deckert
Parasitic Infections; Sebastian Lucas
Fungal Infections; Sebastian Lucas
Demyelinating Diseases; G. R. Wayne Moore and Christine Stadelmann-Nessler
Diseases of Peripheral Nerves; Robert E. Schmidt and Juan M. Bilbao
Diseases of Skeletal Muscle; Caroline A. Sewry, Susan C. Brown, Rahul Phadke, and Francesco Muntoni
Introduction to Tumours; Arie Perry and David N. Louis
Astrocytic Tumours; Daniel J. Brat
Oligodendroglial Tumours; Guido Reifenberger
Ependymal Tumours; Guido Reifenberger
Choroid Plexus Tumours; Hope T. Richard, Jason F. Harrison, and Christine E. Fuller
Other Glial Neoplasms; Daniel J. Brat
Neuronal and Mixed Neuronal-Glial Tumours; Daniel J. Brat
Neuroepithelial Tumors of the Pineal Region; Alexandre Vasiljevic, Anne Jouvet, and Michelle Fevre Montange
Embryonal Tumours; Charles Eberhart
Tumours of the Peripheral Nerves; Arie Perry and Robin Reid
Tumours of the Meninges; Arie Perry
Mesenchymal Non-Meningothelial Tumours; Christine E. Fuller and Knarik Arkun
Germ Cell Tumours; Marc K. Rosenblum
Melanocytic Tumours and Hemangioblastoma; Arie Perry
Lymphomas and Haemopoietic Neoplasms; Martina Deckert
Pituitary and Suprasellar Tumours; Sylvia L. Asa
Cysts and Tumour-Like Conditions; Arie Perry
Metastatic Disease; Matthew D. Cykowski and Gregory N. Fuller
Hereditary Tumour Syndromes; Arie Perry
Paraneoplastic Syndromes; Marc K. Rosenblum
CNS Reactions to Anti-Neoplastic Therapies; Arie Perry
"It is the leading reference in neuropathology and deserves high praise. Greenfield’s is a remarkable text which retains a clear, comprehensive and precise style. The illustrations are exceptional… This is a tried and tested reference, a great leader in its field. Scientists, clinicians, researchers, students who wish to learn more about neurological disease should look no further than Greenfield’s Neuropathology Ninth Edition."
—(Highly Commended, Pathology, BMA Medical Book Awards 2016)
"…this authoritative edition is … essential for our time."
—The Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology
"The descriptions are lucid and straightforward. Illustrations are important in any pathology book, and here they are superb, with high-quality photographs of both gross and microscopic pathology. Every neuropathologist needs to have Greenfield's Neuropathology at hand for constant reference … [it] remains an essential resource."
—Sherry Krawitz, MD, PhD, University of Manitoba College of Medicine in Doody’s Book Review Service
Praise for the Eighth Edition:
"... a true monument of neuropathology that cannot be compared to anything existing in the field"
—European Journal of Neurology
"There is no doubt that the new Greenfield is magnificent: the radical changes introduced over the two editions have both restored the book's pre-eminence in the field and made it a truly international enterprise ..."
"... a magnificent piece of work, an absolute gem, and unreservedly recommended"
—Clinical Neurology & Neurosurgery
"In summary, there is no doubt the new edition builds well on the outstanding strength of the previous editions. It will maintain its place as a key textbook of neuropathology. This book should be on the shelves of all diagnostic histopathology departments and clinical and experimental neuropathologists."
—The Bulletin of the Royal College of Pathologists