Color Atlas of Pulmonary Cytopathology
A lavish visual survey of pulmonary cytopathology, featuring over 400 full-color illustrations, this informative atlas presents diagnostic specimens of common and uncommon conditions, including examples of cytological problems. The majority of illustrations are of Papanicolaou-stained material, although a range of other special stains is also demonstrated. A general introduction to each chapter cites the principal and most recent literature and the editor provides detailed comments on each specimen illustrated.
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Constituents of pulmonary cytopathology specimens
Benign pulmonary disorders
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