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Special thanks to my friend and colleague, Charles Wheeler M. If you're a private individual who's enjoyed this site, and want to say, "Thank you, Ed!
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If you are interested in complementary medicine, then I would urge you to visit my new Alternative Medicine page.It is so well-known that I'm not worried about borrowers. Don't sell it for a profit, don't use it for a bad purpose, and at some time in your course, mention me as author and William Carey as my institution. And special thanks to everyone who's helped and encouraged me, and especially the people at William Carey for making it still possible, and my teaching assistants over the years.I never refuse requests from colleagues for permission to adapt or duplicate it for their own courses... Perspectives on Disease Cell Injury and Death Accumulations and Deposits Inflammation Fluids Genes What is Cancer?of Alabama; includes a digital library Pathopic -- Swiss site; great resource for the truly hard-core Alabama's Interactive Pathology Lab Chilean Image Bank -- General Pathology -- en Español Chilean Image Bank -- Systemic Pathology -- en Español Connecticut Virtual Pathology Museum Australian Interactive Pathology Museum Semmelweis U., Budapest -- enormous pathology photo collection Loyola Dermatology History of Medicine -- National Library of Medicine KU Pathology Home Page -- friends of mine The Medical Algorithms Project -- not so much pathology, but worth a visit Telmeds -- brilliant site by the medical students of Panama (Spanish language) U of Iowa Dermatology Images U Wash Cytogenetics Image Gallery Urbana Atlas of Pathology -- great site Visible Human Project at NLM Karolinska Institutet -- pathology links Johns Hopkins CPC's Oklahoma Teaching Cases Indiana U.Teaching Cases SUNY Histopathology West Virginia Case of the Month Society for ultrastructural pathology -- electron microscope cases Pathology Pics -- where pathologists share favorite images. Web Path: Internet Pathology Laboratory -- great site My team: Also: -- my cyberfriends, great for current news and browsing for the general public Enjoy Path -- a great resource for everyone, from beginning medical students to pathologists with years of experience Medmark Pathology -- massive listing of pathology sites Estimating the Time of Death -- computer program right on a webpage Pathology Field Guide -- recognizing anatomic lesions, no pictures Freely have you received, freely give. My site receives an enormous amount of traffic, and I'm still handling dozens of requests for information weekly, all as a public service. D., left a legacy of realism and social conscience for the discipline.