MELANOCYTIC TUMORS OF THE SKIN - AFIP N°19

AFIP ATLASES OF TUMOR AND NON-TUMOR PATHOLOGY SERIES 5

This atlas was written for general pathologists, dermatopathologists, and pathologists in training with an interest in practical diagnostic issues in the pathology of melanocytic tumors. 

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Auteur(s) Klaus Busam, Richard A. Scolyer
Éditeur ARP
Collection AFIP
Date 28/02/2024
Pages 271
Taille 21 x 27
Type Relié
ISBN 9781933477428

Description détaillée : MELANOCYTIC TUMORS OF THE SKIN - AFIP N°19

The focus of this fascicle is on microscopic clues for diagnosis, in particular for the distinction of melanocytic nevi from melanoma. The authors also discuss the role of ancillary methods and their potential value as well as limitations in test sensitivity and specificity. This volume will help pathologists provide the most accurate diagnoses in service of their clinical care teams and their patients.

  

Who are the Authors of "Melanocytic Tumors of the Skin - AFIP N° 19" ?

Klaus Busam : Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, Director of Dermatopathology Service and Fellowship, Director of Clinical Immunohistochemistry Operations, Department of Pathology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, USA.

Richard Anthony Scolyer is an Australian pathologist. He is a senior staff specialist in tissue pathology and diagnostic oncology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital,co-medical director at the Melanoma Institute Australia, and Cojoint professor at the University of Sydney, Australia.

Auteur(s): MELANOCYTIC TUMORS OF THE SKIN - AFIP N°19

Klaus Busam
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