Literally translated, pathology is the study (logos) of suffering (pathos). It is a discipline that bridges clinical practice and basic science, and it involves the investigation of the causes (etiology) of disease as well as the underlying mechanisms (pathogenesis) that result in the presenting molecular, microbiologic, and immunologic techniques to understand the biochemical, structural, and functional changes that occur in cells, tissues, and organs. To render diagnoses and guide therapy, pathologists identify changes in the gross or microscopic appearance (morphology) of signs and symptoms of the patient. Pathologists use a variety of cells and tissues, and biochemical alterations in body fluids (such as blood and urine). Traditionally, the discipline is divided into general pathology and systemic pathology; the former focuses on the fundamental cellular and tissue responses to pathologic stimuli, while the latter examines the particular responses of specialized organs. In this book we first cover the broad principles of general pathology and then progress to specific disease processes in individual organs.

This is a medical book, but i think it卒s one of the best books to learn pathology.

-Cell injurie, cell death and adaptations
-Acute and chronic inflammation
-Tissue repair
-Hemodynamic disorders, thrombosis and shock
-Diseases of the inmune system
-Genetic and pediatric diseases
-Environmental and nutritional diseases
-General pathology of infectious diseases
-The blood vessels
-The heart
-The hematopoietic and lymphoid systems
-The lung
-The kidney and it卒s collecting system
-The oral cavity and the gastrointestinal tract
-The liver, gallbladder, and biliary tract
-The pancreas
-The male genital system
-The female genital system and breast
-The endocrine system
-The musculoskeletal system
-The skin
-The nervous system