Diagnostic Histopathology of the Breast
David L. Page, Thomas J. Anderson
Churchill Livingstone, Jan 1, 1987 - Medical - 362 pages
Written in order to promote the use of histopathology in the study and clinical management of breast disease, this aims to bring consistency to concepts in terminology and to present recognizable patterns in the context of their clinical significance.
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