Differential Diagnosis in Surgical Pathology, Part 569
This bench-side reference uses an algorithmic approach to guide readers to the prompt and accurate diagnosis of specimens submitted to the laboratory. Organized by organ system, each chapter addresses the differential diagnosis of the pathologic entities most frequently encountered in the laboratory. Explanatory discussions, combined with over 600 macro and micro photographs, enable the reader to make more informed, accurate diagnoses.
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LUNG AND PLEURA
URETER URINARY BLADDER AND KIDNEY
FEMALE GENITAL TRACT
HEAD AND NECK
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
MALE GENITOURINARY SYSTEM
BONES AND JOINTS
SKIN AND ADNEXAL STRUCTURES
THYMUS AND MEDIASTINUM
EYE AND ORBIT
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