Renal Mass Biopsy
Descriptif détaillé : Renal Mass Biopsy
Sections address preliminary issues faced by urologists, pathologists, interventional radiologists, oncologists, and nephrologists who may be initially reconsidering the role for RMB including clinical decision making, financial considerations, misconceptions, sampling errors, and understanding limitations.
Basic techniques and set-up, navigational tools, and tips and tricks to maximize sampling and avoid complications is also included. Sections also address patient selection, pre-biopsy considerations, technical aspects of the most common techniques and equipment, and image guidance systems. Pathological considerations include role of fine needle aspirations, touch preparation, core biopsies, immunohistochemistry, and classification schemata. The text concludes with chapters on future directions and improvements in diagnostic imaging, future developments in optical biopsies (confocal microscopy), and ancillary studies on renal masses.
Written by experts in the field of urology and pathology, Renal Mass Biopsy is your go to resource for techniques and outcomes for the treatment of renal masses.
Who are the authors of "Renal mass biopsy" ?
Raymond J. Leveillee, MD, FRCS-G, Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL USA
Merce Jorda, MD, PhD, MBA University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine , Miami, FL USA