Biopsy Interpretation of the Head and Neck 3rd edition
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Descriptif détaillé : Biopsy Interpretation of the Head and Neck 3rd edition
Biopsy Interpretation of the Head and Neck, 3rd Edition, addresses both common and unusual issues that arise in day-to-day practice, with an emphasis on the complex area of the upper aerodigestive tract and ear.
What is the content of "Biopsy Interpretation of the Head and Neck 3rd Edition" ?
- Discusses both neoplastic and non-neoplastic entities to help you arrive at an accurate diagnosis and guide patient management.
- Provides new information about emerging diagnostic entities and ancillary testing.
- Covers squamous cell carcinomas, HPV-related tumors, bony lesions, odontogenic lesions, and more.
- Incorporates selected and targeted use of ancillary techniques.
- Features 200 additional images online, as well as a 50-question test bank for self-assessment and review.
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Who are the authors of "Biopsy Interpretation of the Head and Neck 3rd Edition" ?
Dr Edward Stelow : Professor of Pathology at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia where he practices both cytopathology and surgical pathology. He is an expert in pancreateobilliary pathology and head and neck pathology and has authored and lectured extensively on both topics. He currently directs the cytopathology fellowship program.
Dr Stacey Mills is a professor of pathology and chief of the Division of Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology. He has been with UVA since arriving here for medical school in 1973, after graduating from the College of William and Mary. He completed a residency in anatomic pathology and a fellowship in surgical pathology, and joined the faculty in 1980.
Dr. Mills’ research focuses on examining features of neoplasia (abnormal and excessive tissue growth, including cancers).