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Interactive Case Study CD Companion to ROBBINS AND COTRAN PATHOLOGIC BASIS OF DISEASE Seventh Edition Kumar, Schneider, Hagler

Interactive Case Study CD Companion to

Single-User Version
CD-ROM for Windows and Macintosh

Minimum System Requirements

1. Display: 16-bit color (thousands of colors) and 1024 x 768 display resolution,
or higher, is recommended for optimum image display.
2. Operating System: Windows 98 or higher with a Pentium 200 MHz or faster
processor; Macintosh OS 8.6 or higher with a PowerPC 200 MHz or faster
processor. At least 32 MB of RAM recommended.
3. Internet Browser: Internet Explorer 5.0, Netscape 7 or Safari 1.0 or higher

Installation Instructions

The CD is designed to run automatically when it is inserted on most Windows

If you are using a Macintosh computer, or the CD does not start automatically, open
your web browser, click on the File menu and select Open. Browse to the location of
the CD and locate a file called Start.html. Open this file, and then add a bookmark in
your web browser so that you can easily return to the start of the program. You may
also double-click on the Start.html file in the Macintosh Finder or Windows Explorer
to launch the CD.

Technical Support

Technical support for this product is available between 7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Central
Standard Time, Monday through Friday.

Inside the United States, please call 1-800-692-9010.
Outside the United States, please call +1-314-872-8370.

You may also e-mail your questions to or fax them
to +1-314-997-5080.

Using the Interactive Case Study Companion

Upon entering the program you will see the Start page. From here you can click on
"Begin" to access the content, or you may click on "Instructions"- to access credits and
some troubleshooting information.

Choosing "Begin" will bring you to the main index page. The content is divided into
two categories: General Pathology and Systemic Pathology. Choose an entry from one
of these two categories. A list of linked cases for that entry will be displayed. Most
entries within the General Pathology category also contain a link to Introductory

Click on a link to access the desired content. Choosing a Case will bring up a listing of
all content from that case. All cases have three initial choices: Learning Objectives,
Resources and Scenario, followed by some number of radiographs, photomicrographs,
and gross specimen photographs pertaining to that case.

Choosing a link to one of these images will present you with the image, a list of key
features of the image and possibly one or more questions to consider involving the

Using your mouse to roll over the items in the bulleted list will place a purple bullet to
the left of the item and highlight the corresponding item on the image for easy

You may answer the question(s) in the answer box provided. When you are ready,
click the radio button to the left of the question and the authors' answer will appear in
the answer box for comparison.

Split rared archive (8 parts)
File size: (1 x 39 MiB) + (7 x 47 MiB)

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