|Pathology for undergraduates||Alphabetical index (General pathology)|
|Neuropathology for undergraduates||Alphabetical index (Neuropathology and Neuroimaging)|
|Neuroimaging for undergraduates||Correlative cases (Neuropathology and Neuroimaging)|
|Neuropathology case studies||Recent additions|
|Neuroimaging case studies||Website in Portuguese|
|Dear guest, this is the English language
homepage to the Anatomical Pathology / Neuropathology / Neuroimaging
website of Departments of Pathology and Radiology at
State University of Campinas, School of Medicine (FCM-UNICAMP), Campinas,
The final pages in Portuguese cover museum specimens,
microscopical slides (General and Special Pathology) and case studies in
Neuropathology and Neuroimaging. You may reach them via thumbnail pages
and alphabetical indexes in English listed above.
Updated 28th June, 2006
|About this site
This teaching website on Pathology, Neuropathology and Neuroimaging of FCM-UNICAMP first appeared in April 2000 as supporting pages for our Medical School students, based on the museum assembled by Professor José Lopes de Faria, founder of the Pathology Dept.
In 2003, the site incorporated a sizable number of Neuroimaging pictures, as the Neuropathology and Neuroradiology courses were merged. That was possible through the invaluable help of Professor Verônica de Araújo Zanardi, who opened her personal files and applied lifelong experience to the case presentations. Since then, many neurosurgical cases discussed in monthly meetings have been added and the collection continues to grow. Special thanks are also due to Professor José Ribeiro de Menezes Netto, an unfailing believer in the complementary natures of Radiology and Pathology and active contributor to this site.
We now feel there may be enough useful images to bring the site to a more international readership. Translating everything would be daunting and perhaps unnecessary. We therefore tackled the indexing pages, which give access to all material through linked thumbnails. Guests familiar with the subject may find the pages in Portuguese not too difficult. Scientific English and Portuguese have much in common, and many English speakers also have good command of Spanish. Automatic translation tools in the Internet may be used, of course with their inherent limitations.
Copyright note. The aim of the site is to publish interesting cases through the Internet, promoting the free circulation of knowledge. We remind that all material here presented is copyrighted and unauthorized reproduction for commercial use is strictly forbidden. However, should you like to use some of the pictures to illustrate lectures or another website, you may do so by citing the origin and/or establishing a link to this site.
We trust you may find our efforts helpful and welcome comments through e-mail.
Professor Luciano S. Queiroz, MD, Ph.D.
Dept of Pathology, School of Medical Sciences.