Extranodal Lymphomas

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Churchill Livingstone, 1994 - Medical - 340 pages
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A full and discursive account of lymphomas in tissues other than the lymph nodes. This book brings together into one volume information on extranodal lymphomas in all body systems and organs. It should help the reader with diagnosis and assessment, and the text includes details of clinical presentation and, where possible, prognosis. With hundreds of colour illustrations, this should serve as a vital bench book for the histopathologist, and should also provide the haematopathologist with a handy reference and literature review. Written by the experts, this is the first comprehensive account of the field.

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General features of extranodal lymphoma
Mucosaassociated lymphoid tissue MALT and the MALT lymphoma concept
Malignant lymphoma of the gastrointestinal

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About the author (1994)

Andrew Norton is Senior Lecturer in Physics and Astronomy in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, the Open University. He has authored teaching materials in physics and astronomy across the undergraduate curriculum, including twelve Open University study texts.

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