Color Atlas of Normal Cytology
Churchill Livingstone, 1999 - Medical - 490 pages
Documents the full range of normal cytologic findings encountered in all body areas. Designed to help readers identify normal specimens from any organ system, as well as from neighbouring structures that may have been sampled accidentally. Covers both exfoliative and fine needle aspiration cytology with an emphasis on standard (Papanicolaou and Diff-Quik) stains. Examines a single organ in each chapter, beginning with a brief overview of that organs anatomy and its relationship to nearby body systems.
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Cytology Techniques and Staining
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