Bone and muscle pathology summary

I put together a short summary of the bone and muscle lectures. I picked out four (or fewer) features of each disease that I think are particularly important (I didn’t include the tumors). If it’s useful to you, great; if not, just ignore it. The best reference material for the lectures is our book, Robbins Pathologic Basis of Disease. Which unless you’re a path nut, you won’t have purchased – but good news: our library has a free online version! The bone chapter starts on page 1180 and the skeletal muscle stuff starts on page 1222. You wouldn’t have to read the whole chapter – just the sections that cover stuff you are unclear on.


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