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Resources for pathology residents
Last Updated: Nov 2, 2017 URL: http://hslguides.med.nyu.edu/pathology Print Guide RSS Updates

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  • UpToDate
    Evidence-based clinical summaries. More than 5,100 physician authors, editors and peer reviewers use a rigorous editorial process to synthesize the most recent medical information.
  • TRIP Database
    Brings together key evidence-based healthcare resources including evidence based, guidelines, general peer-reviewed journals, query-answering services, specialist peer-reviewed journals, e-textbooks, medical images and patient information leaflets.
  • UCentral
    Provides access to the eight resources, including 5-Minute Clinical Consult, Diagnosaurus 2.0, and Harrison's Manual of Medicine

Databases

  • ExpertPath
    ExpertPath is an anatomic pathology online decision support system that helps you decide which ancillary tests you should run and which other differentials you should consider to reach the right diagnosis
  • ImmunoQuery
    An evidence-based decision support system for immunohistochemistry with references based on well over 1,000,000 cases and more than 38,000 antibody/diagnosis relationships.

Find Drug Information

  • Micromedex
    Drug information, drug interactions, dosing information, comparisons, toxicology, and calculators.
  • Lexicomp
    Drug information, drug interactions, dosing information, comparisons, toxicology and calculators.
  • Litt's Drug Eruption and Reactions Manual (DERM)
    Database for 1535 drugs with 61149 documented drug reactions as evidenced by 74613 references on PubMed.

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