From the reviews:
"A very welcome, reasonably priced addition to the shelf of any pathologist who conducts paediatric autopsies... " -Bahid
"...an asset to any pathologists' assistant's library." - American Academy of Physician Assistants
"This book fills a much needed gap for the pediatric pathologist and for the general anatomical pathologist faced with a fetal or infant autopsy. … These descriptions are accompanied by numerous photographs and diagrams. The extensive set of proformas, lists, and tables are of very real use to even the most experienced of pediatric pathologists. … this is a very good book and an essential addition to the pathology library." (Lynette Moore, Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology, Vol. 2 (1), 2006)
"It was a great pleasure to review this book written by Dr Gilbert-Barness, well known as a distinguished paediatric pathologist, ably assisted by her co-worker Debich Spicer. … There are five parts to the book … . Techniques are well illustrated with black and white, easy to follow photographs. … Overall this was well written and well illustrated. … It is a book which I will be pleased to have on my shelf and I would recommend it as a useful aid to teaching." (Dr M-J Evans, American College of Physicians News, Autumn, 2005)
From the Back Cover
Cutting-edge and detailed, the Handbook of Pediatric Autopsy Pathology offers the prosector unequaled guidance to performing a pediatric autopsy, making an accurate diagnosis, and-where malformations are involved-explaining the implications of possible recurrences in future pregnancies.