This new textbook in surgical pathology aims to reflect the practice of a new generation of surgical pathologists. Molecular correlations will appear in each chapter; this information will be practical and will tell the surgical pathologist what he needs to know about this new technology. The core editorial material will be in-depth, comprehensive surgical pathology, organized by organ system. The table of contents has been prepared to make the information easily accessible and user friendly. The editors will strive to give the text one voice by writing a large number of chapters themselves. Clinically relevant molecular information highlighted in each chapter. Special section on the surgical pathology laboratory Modern 2-color design. Over 4200 illustrations, 2100 in book and 2100 on CD-ROM 2 special tables in each chapter: qContents of the Final Reportq and qPrognosisq. Packaged in the book is a CD-ROM including 2100 supplementary color pictures of rare and unusual lesions and conditions from each contributor's private archives.Takahashi T, Takahasi Y, Suzuki H, et al: The p53 gene is very frequently mutated in small-cell lung cancer With a distinctive nucleotide substitution pattern . Oncogene ... 185. Boers JE, Ten Velde GPM, Thunnissen FBJM: p53 in squamous metaplasia. A marker for risk of respiratory tract carcinoma. ... Boring CC, Squires TS, Tong T: Cancer statistics, 1992. ... Mountain CF, Libshitz HI, Hermes KE: Lung Cancer Handbook for Staging and Imaging. ... Semin Oncol 1: 229-234, 1974. 203.
|Title||:||Modern surgical pathology|
|Publisher||:||W B Saunders Co - 2003|