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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Slides accompanying lecture on the diagnosis and management of ALS (motor neurone disease/MND)

Anatomy and pathology of head injury

Slides accompanying session on the anatomy and pathology for intracranial haemorrhage, diffuse axonal injury and contusions, and ischaemia/hypoxia

Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathology of asthma and COPD, encompassing chronic bronchitis and emphysema

Asthma: an overview of pathophysiology and treatment

Slides accompanying symposium on asthma, looking at the abnormal airway physiology and pathology underlying asthma, and its clinical presentation, epidemiology and treatment

Atheroma (atherosclerosis)

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the response to injury hypothesis in relation to the development of plaque; the principal components of an atheromatous plaque; complications of atheroma; the clinical effects of atheroma

Atheroma, thrombosis and infarction

Slides accompanying lecture on thrombosis, atherosclerosis and myocardial infarction

Axonal degeneration as a contributor to clinical disease

Slides accompanying lecture describing how axon injury contributes to pathology; the differences in response to neuronal injury between the central and peripheral nervous systems; how symptoms may arise

Basic histology

Slides accompanying lecture describing the structure and function of the four primary tissue types in the body: connective, epithelial, muscular and neural.

Blood - an introduction: plasma and platelets

Lecture slides accompanying Introduction to Haematology Part 2, covering: the components of blood and their production; the cascade system and clotting mechanism

Blood - an introduction: red and white cells

Lecture slides accompanying Introduction to Haematology Part 1, covering: the components of blood and their production; the cascade system and clotting mechanism

Bodies and minds - What is normal?

Lecture slides - for use after the lecture

Bone and joint infections

Slides accompanying lecture covering: septic arthritis (SA); osteomyelitis (OM); prosthetic bone and joint infections (PBJI)

Bone tumours

Slides accompanying lecture covering: common neoplasms of bone; pathological effects of bone neoplasia; osteosarcoma as a model for principles

Cardiorespiratory physiology and pathophysiology

Slides accompanying lecture on applied physiology on the ICU

Cardiovascular Pathology

Lecture slides

Case histories for Year 1 pathology tutorials

These are the case histories you will be discussing in your pathology tutorials. Some hard copies (in black-and-white) will be provided by your tutors.

Cell cycle and chromosome number

Slides accompanying lecture covering: cell cycle; cell division; malignant transformation; oncogenes and tumour suppressor genes; mutations; chromosomal abnormalities; Down's syndrome epidemiology.

Cell death

Lecture slides accompanying session on cell death, covering: the common causes and principal morphological characteristics of apoptosis, oncosis, necrosis and autolysis; the underlying pathology of clinical cases featuring cell death

Cell death

Slides accompanying lecture on cell damage and cell death, comparing necrosis and apoptosis

Cell growth

Slides accompanying lecture on cell growth, including hypertrophy, hyperplasia and metaplasia

Cellular adaptations

Lecture slides accompanying session on cellular adaptations

Cellular pathology and immunology of COPD

Slides accompanying symposium on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Cellular pathology and immunology of COPD

Slides accompanying symposium on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Clinical aspects of liver disease

Lecture slides from the liver symposium

Clinically relevant pathology: inflammatory conditions of the respiratory system

Slides accompanying lecture covering: pneumonia; COPD; bronchiectasis; tuberculosis

Colorectal cancer

Slides accompanying lecture on colorectal cancer describing the presenting symptoms; the pathology and histopathology; the macroscopic and microscopic features; the adenoma-carcinoma sequence

Colorectal cancer pathology lecture slides

Presentation slides Dr Carr

Colorectal carcinoma

Slides and notes accompanying session on the pathology and histopathology of colorectal cancer

Coronary circulation and conducting system

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the structure and function of the conducting system of the heart; coronary heart disease and cardiac pain

Diabetic retinopathy: clinical features, pathophysiology and treatment

Slides in three parts, accompanying lecture on diabetic retinopathy. Part 1: Clinical features and classification; Part 2: Pathophysiology; Part 3: Management.

Differences between acute and chronic inflammation

Table listing the differences between acute and chronic inflammation

Differential diagnoses of pneumonia

Slides accompanying session of differential diagnoses of pneumonia, considering a range of case studies

Directions to SGH rooms used for pathology small group teaching

Directions to tutorial rooms at Southampton General Hospital

Doctors, Disease and Society

Lecture slides: This is a varied and interactive teaching session that will help you to get to grips with the biopsychosocial model of health and illness.Two clinical cases will unfold over the course of the session

Epilepsy 2015

Slides accompanying lecture covering: recognising and classifying seizures; definition and causes of epilepsy; examination and management

Glomerular pathology

Lecture slides

Head injury

Slides covering: principle types of lesions in head injury; extradural, subdural and intracerebral haematoma; surface contusions and brain lacerations; diffuse axonal injury (DAI); intracranial pressure (ICP)

How tumours behave

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: a tumour case study; malignant and benign tumours; metastasis; the clinical effects of a tumour; clinicopathological correlation of the case study

How tumours behave

Slides accompanying pathology lecture covering: the major differences between benign and malignant tumours; how tumours metastasise; the differences between tumour grading and staging

Hypoxia, ischaemia and infarction

Slides accompanying lecture covering: mechanisms of ischaemia; pathophysiology of hypoxic cell damage; clinical case applying pathological principles; reperfusion injury

Inflammation

Slides accompanying lecture on inflammation covering: the purposes of inflammation; acute and chronic/granulomatous inflammation; how the pathology of inflammation relates to symptoms and signs encountered in clinical practice; factors which can influence the inflammatory process; the components and possible outcomes of the inflammatory response

Inflammatory bowel disease symposium

Combined slides accompanying IBD symposium, covering the pathology, immunology, pharmacology and clinical aspects of IBD and coeliac disease

Inflammatory bowel disease symposium BM4

Slides accompanying symposium on the pathology, immunology, pharmacology and clinical aspects of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

Introduction to Pain Week

Contains 1. Overview of the field 2. Case (video) 3. Supporting information for the case 4. Resources for the supporting information a. Sciatica Option Grid b. NICE neuropathic pain pathway c. Startback d. Pain Management Programmes information 5. REsources for introductory lecture a.CMO England report on Pain

Introduction to immunology

Lecture slides accompanying the sessions on innate and acquired immunity, and the functioning of the acquired immune system

Kidney stones

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the importance of kidney stones; risk factors for stone formation; risk modification and kidney stone prevention

Liaison Psychiatry Older Adult

Lecture slides for Case 5: Pain and medication use in the elderly

Lung cancer

Slides and notes accompanying pulmonary pathology lecture covering: risk factors; symptoms and signs of lung cancer; classification of lung tumours; non-small cell and small cell carcinomas; tumour spread; staging; relative survival rates

Mechanisms of acute and chronic inflammation

Lecture slides accompanying session continuing exploration of basic processes of inflammation

Mini symposium - GI pathology cases

Example cases accompanying gastrointestinal pathology symposium: H pylori, Barrett's oesophagus, jaundice, pancreatitis

Myocardial infarction

Slides accompanying clinical symposium on myocardial infarction

Neoplasia

Diagram explaining neoplasia, dysplasia and tumour formation

Neoplasms of the kidney and urinary passages

Slides accompanying lecture covering common tumours of the kidney and urinary passages, and the principles of tumour pathology

Neuroimmunology

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Non small cell vs small cell lung cancer - what's the difference?

Slides accompanying lecture on the histology of lung cancer, describing the difference between non small cell and small cell lung cancer, and exploring how the histological type influences the prognosis, staging process and treatment options

Pathological changes in common respiratory disorders

Slides accompanying lecture covering emphysema and chronic bronchitis, and the pathological principles of lung cancer

Pathological mechanisms of acute and chronic inflammation

Slides accompanying lecture reviewing general concepts of inflammation, and exploring the role of plasma proteins

Pathology and pathogenesis of arthritis

Self-study module giving an overview of the pathogenesis and pathology of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis

Pathology in the management of liver disease

Slides accompanying symposium on liver disease, describing: liver biopsy; fatty liver disease; chronic hepatitis; biliary tract disease; iron overload; metabolic disease

Pathology in the management of liver disease

Slides accompanying SBoM symposium on liver disease

Pathology of Inflammatory Lung Disorders

Lecture: Pneumonia, Bronchiectasis, Tuberculosis, Asthma

Pathology of ageing and dementia

Slides accompanying lecture looking at how the brain changes with age and dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease and Huntingdon's disease

Pathology of dementia

Slides accompanying symposium on dementia, describing the pathology of vascular dementia, Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders

Pathology of stroke

Slides describing the major pathological processes causing stroke, covering: cerebral infarction; intracerebral haemorrhage; subarachnoid haemorrhage

Pathophysiology of Shock

Lecture slides

Pathophysiology of acute kidney injury

Slides accompanying lecture on acute kidney injury including pre-renal, intra-renal and post-renal injury, and describing some example cases

Pathophysiology of heart failure

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathophysiology of heart failure, covering: causes of cardiac failure; pathological changes in cardiac failure; symptoms of left and right sided heart failure

Pathophysiology of hypertension

Slides accompanying lecture covering: control of blood pressure; primary and secondary hypertension; mechanisms of hypertension

Peptic ulcer symposium BM4

Slides accompanying symposium covering various aspects of GI diseases and their treatment

Peptic ulcer symposium BM5 BMEU

Combined slides accompanying the peptic ulcer symposium, covering: Helicobacter pylori; Gastro-oesophageal reflux & Barrett’s oesophagus; Dyspepsia, ulcers, reflux and public health; Diagnosis and management of upper GI diseases; Drug treatments

Pharmacology of smoking

Lecture slides accompanying session on the effects of smoking and smoking-related diseases

Physiology and pathology of ageing

Slides accompanying lecture on the physiology of ageing and consequences of the physiological changes with ageing

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and Amenorrhoea

Lecture slides by Dr Al-Mrayat

Renal Pathology 1 - Glomerulus

Slides accompanying lecture on glomerular pathology

Renal Pathology 2: Tubulointerstial diseases

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathology of the renal tubule

Renal disease: translation of mechanisms into clinical features

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathological and clinical features of renal disease

Renal pathology

Slides accompanying lecture covering: brief orientation and functions of the kidney; key renal pathology and its clinical presentation; the role of the laboratory in managing renal disease

Renal pathology

Slides accompanying lecture looking at the clinical presentations of renal pathology and the classification of kidney disease

Renal pathology 2016

Lecture slides

Renal pathophysiology

Lecture slides

Science into practice: Neurology cases 1

Slides accompanying lecture exploring neurology cases, covering: descending motor pathways; ascending sensory pathways; autonomic nervous system; history taking and examination; upper and lower motor neurone lesions

Shock

Slides accompanying lecture on aspects of shock, including: causes; pathological changes; physiological mechanisms; inotropic drugs; disorders of acid-base balance; antimicrobial therapy

Sketch maps of SGH rooms used for pathology small group teaching

Maps showing tutorial rooms at Southampton General Hospital

Smoking-related Pathology

Lecture BM 2nd year

Spinal Cord Injury

Slides by Dr Sam Hall

The pathology of diabetes

Slides accompanying lecture reviewing the pathogenesis of diabetes, and exploring the pathophysiology of complications and common chronic complications

Thinking about disease

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: the biospsychosocial model of disease; evolution and medicine

Thrombosis and embolism

Lecture slides

Thrombosis and thromboembolism

Slides accompanying lecture covering: endothelium and endothelial injury; atherosclerosis; myocardial infarction; arterial and venous thrombosis; Virchow's triad; air, fat and amniotic fluid embolism

Thyroid eye disease

Slides from Miss Siah's lecture

Too much pressure on the brain

Slides accompanying lecture on raised intracranial pressure (ICP) and space occupying lesions (SOL) using brain tumours as an example

Tumour biology

Lecture slides accompanying session on the characteristics of neoplasms, stem cells and genetics

Tumours of the male genital tract

Slides accompanying lecture on tumours of the male reproductive tract, covering: testicular tumours - germ cell tumours and Leydig cell tumours; prostate carcinoma

Tutorial 4 - post-infective glomerulonephritis

Case study material for pathology tutorial

Understanding pathology

An introduction to the Subject Area of Pathology and how to study it at Southampton

Unhealthy ageing

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathology of ageing, covering the concept of frailty and the distinction between age-related impairments and pathological processes common in later life

Valvular disease and infective endocarditis

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the difference between valvular stenosis and incompetence; causes of valve disease including rheumatic fever and infective endocarditis; the effects on the heart

Venepuncture

Venepuncture Clinical Skills presentation by Lesley Hollister

What is inflammation?

Lecture slides accompanying session on inflammation, covering the systemic effects of inflammation, neutrophils and pus.

This list was generated on Mon Sep 25 00:14:55 2017 BST.