Hypertext atlas of Fetal Pathology

Hypertext Atlas of Fetal and Neonatal Pathology contains clinical and histological images of various form of developmental anomalies. Virtual microscope interface is used to access histological images available in very high resolution. The Atlas is available in English and Czech.

Hypertext atlas of fetal and neonatal pathology is a free resource for pregraduate students of medicine, pathologists and other health professionals dealing with prenatal medicine. The access is restricted to registered users (registration is free). Concise texts summarize the gross and microscopic pathology, etiology, and clinical signs of both common and rare fetal and neonatal conditions. The texts are illustrated with over 300 images that are accompanied by short comments. The atlas offers histological pictures of high quality. Virtual microscope interface is used to access the high-resolution histological images. Fetal ultrasound video clips are included. Case studies integrate clinical history, prenatal ultrasonographic examination, gross pathology and histological features. The atlas is equipped with an active index. The atlas is suitable both for medical students and pathologists as a teaching and reference tool. The atlas is going to be further expanded while keeping the high quality of the images.

The main chapters of content:

  • Congenital malformations
  • Pathology of twinning
  • Congenital malformations of individual organ systems
  • Placental inflammation
  • Pathology of the placenta
  • Pathology of the umbilical cord

Teratom, Ultrasoun Down disease Mola hydatidosa

Attachment   Date Size Availability [?] Clinically sensitive [?] Licence
 Sacrococcygeal teratoma, ultrasound 29.1.2010 15.63 MB anyone Creative Commons License
Link   Date Availability [?] Clinically sensitive [?] Licence
 Hypertext atlas of Fetall Pathology 8.9.2010 access controlled with external service Creative Commons License

4-D assessment:

Textbooks and manuals
Educational websites and atlases
Digital video
Presentations and animations
Casuistics in images
E-learning courses (LMS)
Undergraduate level
Advanced Graduated


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