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Biopsy interpretation of the central nervous system. (online access included).


Biopsy interpretation of the central nervous system. (online access included)

Schniederjan, Matthew J. and Daniel J. Brat.

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


376 pages



Biopsy interpretation series


Schniederjan and Brat (pathology and laboratory medicine and translational programs, Emory U.) provide a concise guide for general surgical pathologists, pathology and neuropathology trainees, and clinicians to the diagnosis and biopsy interpretation of central nervous system lesions. They emphasize the distinguishing histologic features and ancillary testing necessary to make a diagnosis and place each lesion in the setting of its clinical significance. For each type, they provide clinical context and color photomicrographs and discuss histopathologic features, ancillary studies, and differential diagnosis. Access to an online image bank, full text, and a quiz is included.

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Date:Aug 1, 2011
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