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Recent advances in histopathology; 22.


Recent advances in histopathology; 22.

Ed. by Massimo Pignatelli and James C.E. Underwood.

Royal Society of Medicine Pr.


221 pages



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Designed to get students the best and the latest and also to bring practitioners up to date as quickly as possible, this edition in the series includes both diagnostic and research advances in histology. This edition includes papers on the teaching of pathology in the undergraduate curriculum, recent advances in work on primary carcinomas of the salivary glands, the intricacies of Barrett's esophagus, the concept of epithelial-mesenchymal transition in cancer invasion and metastasis, matrix metalloproteinases in neoplastic progression, new concepts of osteoarthritis, cutaneous pseudolymphoma, liquid-based cytology for cervical screening, pitfalls in the diagnosis of soft tissue tumors, sudden unexpected death in infancy, conducting the non-invasive or minimally invasive autopsy, and a histopathological view of bioterrorism. U.S. distribution by BookMasters.

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