Advances in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Volume 8
This volume consists of 21 chapters examining a diverse group of topics relevant to the practice of pathology. A chapter on granulomas of the liver provides a review of the many causes of hepatic granulomas and their histologic appearances. Diagnosis of gastrointestinal diseases in AIDS focuses on the pathogens involved in nonspecific enteritis for HIV and AIDS patients. Epitrope retrieval (unmasking) in immunochemistry offers technical tips on antigen retrieval which restores immunoreactivity in formalin fixed tissues.
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A Discussion of the Appropriate
Common Medical Problems That Require Laboratory Tests
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