Tumours: structure & diagnosis
Harvey Miller Publishers, 1991 - Medical - 812 pages
This book provides quick and convenient access to both textual and visual information on all common and many less common tumors, both benign and malignant. Relevant premalignant conditions are also illustrated, and particular attention is paid to neoplastic conditions which are often misinterpreted by less experienced practitioners. Contents are arranged in an alphabetical sequence of organs, with types of tumor organized by order of malignancy. Detailed information about the structure of tumors is provided by high-quality color illustrations, and large-scale photomicrographs are used to obtain the optimum reproduction of structural detail. A full and detailed index facilitates cross referencing of similar tumors in different organs. This authoritative book will serve as an excellent reference for pathologists and oncologists.
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