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Biopsy Pathology in Colorectal Disease

Ashley B. Price, Ian Talbot
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editore: Hodder Arnold

pagine: 400

Biopsy Pathology in Colorectal Disease shows how the practising pathologist can extract the maximum of diagnostic value from biopsies of the colon, rectum and anus. With the advances in colonoscopic mucosal biopsy techniques these are amongst the most frequently encountered specimens in hospital histopathology departments. This new edition provides practising pathologists and those in allied disciplines with a thorough guide to the diagnosis of colorectal conditions, both common and rare, and offers expert guidance in the handling of biopsy specimens. The most valuable information for diagnostic interpretation of the various types of inflammatory disease is presented clearly and succinctly, minimizing the use of non-diagnostic terms such as non-specific colitis. Optimal ways of handling and examining polyps, the assessment of biopsies in motility disorders and the interpretation of biopsies of anal lesions are described. A rational classification and practical approach to dysplasia is presented. The early chapters describe how to recognize the many different features, both normal and abnormal, which can be regarded as signposts to diagnosis. The significance of these diagnostic signposts is briefly described and cross referenced to later chapters, in which the histological features of the specific diseases are covered in greater depth.
183,00 173,85

Gastrointestinal Polyps

Ian C. Talbot, Karel Geobes
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editore: Greenwich Medical Media Ltd

pagine: 184

With the advent of endoscopic techniques, the gastrointestinal tract has now become more accessable to clinical investigators. Polyps are amongst the commonest abnormalities biopsed and submitted for histological assessment. The biological behavior of a polyp realtes entirely to its pathological nature and accurate histological diagnosis is therefore vital. While so many textbooks and atlases include polyps in sections on gastrointestinal tumours, none have been so comprehensively devoted to the polyp as Gastrointestinal Polyps. The layout of the book has been desigened sequentially to describe the commoner synonyms when appropriate, the prevalence, the endoscopic/macroscopic appearences and microscopic features followed bya section on the biological behaviour and associated conditions. There is a section on treatment, if applicable, and an invaluable list of key references. Profusely illustrated in full colour throughout, it is designed to be the complete companion: a bench book not only for the practising histopathologist who regularly examines oesophageal, gastric, duodenal and intestinal polyps as part of his or her daily work but also for the endoscopist who regularly biopsies them.
86,00 81,70

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