Bone Marrow Pathology
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 7, 2011 - Medical - 640 pages
Bone Marrow Pathology has been extensively revised to reflect the significant advances which have occurred in the application of cytogenetics and in particular, molecular genetics in the diagnosis, classification and understanding of haematological disorders. This comprehensive book not only provides information on all common disease entities, but also covers rare disorders in which bone marrow examination is useful. It is designed as practical resource with ‘Problems and Pitfalls’ sections throughout to aid laboratory diagnosis.
This fourth edition:
Haematologists and histopathologists will find this book an invaluable desktop reference when performing daily blood and bone marrow investigations.
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SPECIAL TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO BONE
progenitor cell numbers
ME TAS TA TIC TUMOURS
DISEASES OF BONE
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