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Small Volume Biopsy in Pediatric Tumors – An Atlas for Diagnostic Pathology

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By Klijanienko, Pohar Marinsek, Domanski

Available from: August 2017

Hardcover, 258 p., 405 ill.

Springer

ISBN: 978-3-319-61026-9

 

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  • Provides detailed information on how to perform the fine-needle aspiration in pediatric tumors
  • Presents various tumor entities in an easy-to-read manner
  • Offers essential information for practitioners, researchers and oncologic pediatricians

This richly illustrated book will help presurgically diagnose pediatric/young adult tumors. The content is divided into two parts. The first part shows step-by-step how to perform a small volume specimen such as fine needle aspiration/core needle biopsy and how to correlate the morphology with the clinical, radiological, and/or molecular information. In turn, the second part presents a comprehensive overview of the various tumor entities. The content represents diagnostic modalities from the major diagnostic centers worldwide, and is supplemented by the authors` 25 years of experience in diagnosing pediatric tumors. This book will successfully guide practitioners, researchers and oncology pediatricians through the process of sample harvesting and diagnosing.

Pediatric tumors represent a large variety of lesions including pseudotumors of inflammatory and non-inflammatory origin, various types of lympadenopathy, benign lesions, specific sarcomas, and blastemal malignancies. These age-specific and histotype-specific tumors of various origin, evolution and prognosis are often characteristic in morphological and molecular levels, making their diagnosis highly specialized.

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