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Non-Neoplastic Pathology of the Gastrointestinal Tract – A Practical Guide to Biopsy Diagnosis

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by  Feakins

June 2020
Hardcover + online access, 462 p., 915 ill.
Cambridge
ISBN: 978-1-108-76654-8
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This book concisely summarises non-neoplastic gastrointestinal (GI) pathology and provides histopathologists aiming to refresh or expand their knowledge with a practical approach to the interpretation of biopsies. It focuses on GI biopsies, but also covers the pathology of resections and other organs where appropriate. The editor and contributors bring their expertise as practicing diagnostic pathologists across Europe and the US. Examples of topics include inflammatory bowel disease, infections, vascular disorders, and inflammatory conditions specific to various anatomical sites. Fact sheets, practice points and tables facilitate rapid assimilation of information and enhance the reader’s experience, and with additional access to the full online version, including expandable images on Cambridge Core, achieve accuracy every time. High-quality illustrations are also numerous, and references are relevant and reliable. This book is a practical, readable and up-to-date asset for any pathologist encountering GI biopsies.

  • Contributions from experienced diagnostic pathologists working across Europe and the US optimise the book’s clinical relevance
  • Readers can gain full HTML access of the whole book, with expandable figures and resources, via a scratch-off code inside the cover
  • Concise text, clear summaries, high-quality illustrations, fact sheets, practice points and tables help readers to absorb information quickly
  • Provides a unique focus on inflammatory GI biopsies, rather than tumours, and describes normal appearance
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