Perspectives in Pediatric Pathology

Volume 14 -- 1991



Contents


Foreword: Biliary atresia: Extrahepatic? Intrahepatic? Both? Neither?
vii-x, Beverly B. Dahms

Chapter 1.
Founders of Pediatric Pathology: James Blanding Arey, M.D., Ph.D.

1-8, Marie Valdes-Dapena

Chapter 2.
Basic Immunobiology of transplantation

9-40, Ettenger R and Ferstenberg LB

Chapter 3.
The role of the clinical laboratory in transplantation

41-59, Arthur W. Bracey and Susan B Conley

Chapter 4.
Pediatric cardiac transplantation

60-93, Suzanne R. Taylor, Eduardo J. Yunis, and F. Jay Fricker

Chapter 5.
Pancreas transplantation for the treatment of diabetes

94-121, James A. Schulak and James T. Mayes

Chapter 6.
Considerations of some architectural properties of the human biliary tree and liver

122-142, Benjamin H. Landing and Theadis R. Wells

Chapter 7.
Normal and abnormal development of human intrahepatic bile ducts: An immunohistochemical perspective.

143-167, Tikoes A Blankenberg, Judi Lund, and Boris H. Ruebner

Chapter 8.
Paucity of interlobular bile ducts, arteriohepatic dysplasia and nonsyndromic duct paucity

168-216, Ellen Kahn









Chief/Director
Pathologist
Fellowship