Atlas of Histopathology of the Cervix Uteri
Springer-Verlag, Jan 1, 1990 - Cervix uteri - 180 pages
Functional description of the entire aspect of the morphologic changes in the uterine cervix taking into consideration cytologic, histpathologic, immunohistochemical and virological findings. There will be specific therapeutic proposals based on an accurate diagnosis. Utilization of other related scientific disciplines such as electron microscopy, endocrinology, biochemistry, cytogenetics will be emphasized. The purpose is a close interdisciplinary cooperation between gynecologists and pathologists.
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Methods of Obtaining and Preparing Cervical Tissue
Müllerian Duct Remnants and Metaplasia
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