Gastrointestinal Polyps - Ian C. Talbot, Karel Geobes, N. Y. Haboubi | Consegna Gratis
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Gastrointestinal Polyps

Gastrointestinal Polyps
titolo Gastrointestinal Polyps
autori , , ,
argomenti Medicina Gastroenterologia Oncologia gastroenterologica
Medicina Gastroenterologia
editore Greenwich Medical Media Ltd
formato Libro
pagine 184
pubblicazione 2001
ISBN 9781900151214
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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.

Indice testuale

Part I. Polyps of the Oesophagus - Introduction: 1. Normal structure; 2. Glycogenic acanthosis; 3. Heterotopic sebaceous glands; 4. Squamous cell papilloma; 5. Viral wart; 6. Adenoma; 7. Inflammatory polyp; 8. Fibrous polyp; 9. Stromal Tumours; 10. Leiomyoma; 11. Granular cell tumour; 12. Polypoidal squamous cell carcinoma; 13. Polypoidal adenocarcinoma; 14. Malignant melanoma; Part II. Polyps of the Stomach - Introduction: 15. Normal structure; 16. Heterotopic polyps; 17. Hamartomatous polyps; 18. Juvenile polyp; 19. Peutz-Jeghers syndrome; 20. Cronkhite-Canada polyp; 21. Regenerative hyperplasia; 22. Focal foveolar hyperplasia; 23. Fundic gland polyp; 24. Antral gland hyperplasia; 25. Meneterier's disease; 26. Zollinger-Ellison syndrome; 27. Hypertrophied gastropathies; 28. Gastric xanthelasma; 29. Inflammatory fibroid polyp (IFP); 30. Adenoma; 31. Polypoidal carcinoma; 32. Polypodial variant of early gastric carcinoma; 33. Gastric stromal tumours; 34. Lipoma; 35. Lymphomatous polyposis; Part III. Polyps of the Duodenum - Introduction: 36. Normal structure; 37. Heterotopic gastric mucosa; 38. Heterotopic pancreatic tissue; 39. Brunner's gland hamartoma; 40. Peutz-Jegher's polyp; 41. Cronkhite-Canada syndrome; 42. Juvenile polyp; 43. Brunner's gland hyperplasia; 44. Nodular lymphoid hyperplasia (NLH); 45. Adenoma; 46. Adenocarcinoma; 47. Neuroendocrine tumours; 48. Gangliocytic paraganglioma; 49. Stromal polyps; Part IV. Polyps of the Jejunum and Ileum - Introduction: 50. Normal structure; 51. Heterotopia; 52. Hamartomatous polyp; 53. Inflammatory fibroid polyp; 54. Granulation tissue polyp; 55. Adenoma; 56. Adenocarcinoma; 57. Metastatic lesions; 58. Endocrine tumour; 59. Haemangioma; 60. Kaposi's sarcoma; 61. Lymphangioma; 62. Stromal tumours of the intestine; 63. Leiomyoma; 64. Neurogenic polyps; 65. Gut autonomic nerve tumours (GANT) polyp; 66. Granular cell tumour; 67. Lipoma; 68. Lymphoid polyp; 69. Lymphoma; Part V. Polyps of the Large Intestine - Introduction: 70. Normal structure; 71. Juvenile polyp; 72. Solitary Peutz-Jeghers type polyp; 73. Inflammatory polyp; 74. Metaplastic polyp; 75. Polypoidal mucosal prolapse; 76. Adenomatous polyp; 77. Serrated adenomas; 78. Carcinomatous polyp; 79. Polypoidal carcinoid tumour; 80. Benign lymphoid polyp; 81. Other large intestine polyps; Part VI. Polyposis Syndromes - Introduction: 82. Familial adenomatous polyposis; 83. Juvenile polyposis; 84. Peutz-Jeghers syndrome; 85. Metaplastic polyposis; 86. Cronkhite-Canada syndrome; 87. Cowden's syndrome; 88. Cap (mucosal prolapse) polyposis; 89. Benign lymphoid polyposis; 90. Malignant lymphomatous polyposis; 91. Inflammatory fibroid polyposis; Part VII. Anal Polyps - Introduction: 92. Normal structure; 93. Oleogranuloma; 94. Barium granulomas; 95. Warts; 96. Inflammatory cloacogenic polyp; 97. Perianal skin tags; 98. Fibrous polyps of anal canal; 99. Haemorrhoids; 100. Squamous cell carcinomas of the anal canal; 101. Malignant melanoma; 102. Skin tumours; 103. Other polypoidal lesions; Part VIII. Processing Polyps.

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