Atlas of Lung Cancer
Based on the author's experience through 40 years of work with lung cancers, this resource is based on the theme that carcinomas of the lung have overlapping characteristics, with quantitative rather than qualitative differences. It contains photographs depicting characteristic growth patterns, and complications such as cavitation and exsanguination. Coverage includes gross pathology and the defining histopathology; the neuroendocrine tumours; adenocarcinomas; large cell carcinomas; adenosqaumous carcinomas; mesotheliomas; benign tumours; and tumour-like lesions, including hamartomas, eosinophilic granulomas, sclerosing hemangiomas and inflammatory pseudotumours.
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Heterogeneity of Lung Cancer
Papillomas Polyps and Nonsalivary Adenomas
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
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