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Author(s)GUPTA SEN
PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2010


Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Problem-Based Questions In Pathology by GUPTA SEN

This is probably the first book discussing the solutions of problems that undergraduate pathology students have to face during examinations. Related topics of systemic pathology are also dealt with in detail. During discussion, stress is given over lucid and point- wise representation. Senior students may also consider the book helpful. A multi-step approach for pathological diagnosis of anaemia is included in the last chapter. Students of haematology may find it interesting. Sanjay Sengupta, aged 44 years, passed Final MBBS Examination from RG Kar Medical College, Kolkata. He completed DTM&H from School of Tropical Medicine, Kolkata. He got MD (Pathology) degree from VSS Medical College, Sambalpur, Orissa. He joined Pathology Department of Medical College, Kolkata as demonstrator during 1998. Later on, he served CNMC, Kolkata as assistant professor, pathology. Presently, he is working at Dr BC Roy Memorial Hospital for children, Kolkata. He has published numerous original articles in various national and international medical journals. Apart from teaching, he loves reading books on different subjects and playing chess. He is residing at Khamargachi, Hooghly, 60 kilometers away from Kolkata with his mother, wife, Dr Chandana Sengupta and son.