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Cytology and Surgical Pathology of Gynecologic Neoplasms Series Current Clinical Pathology

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by Chhieng, David; Hui, Pei (Eds.)
Publisher: Humana press 2011

ISBN: 9781607611639
Volumes: 1
# Pages: 150

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Categories : Cytopathology, Pathology

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The neoplasms found in the female genital tract are numerous and growing more complex. Cytology and Surgical Pathology of Gynecologic Neoplasms has been written to provide a practical reference for practicing pathologists and cytopathologists in a quick and concise fashion. The primary focus of this book is on gynecological tumors, specifically common ones and their benign mimics. Emphasis is placed on morphologic recognition, resolving common diagnostic problems seen in routine practices, and discussion of current classification of gynecologic malignancies. Special references to the differential diagnosis and pitfalls of each entity are included. The role of cytology and its correlation with histology is richly illustrated and discussed. Also presented is the practical use of ancillary studies such as molecular diagnostic testing and immunohistochemistry. With a unique emphasis on the correlation between cytology and surgical pathology, Cytology and Surgical Pathology of Gynecologic Neoplasms provides a ready reference for both the practicing pathologist and pathologist in training in finding quick answers to their diagnostic challenges.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Gynecologic tumors – Lesions of the cervix – Neoplasms of the ovary

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