Diagnostic Transmission Electron Microscopy of Tumors: With Clinicopathological, Immunohistochemical, and Cytogenetic Correlations by Robert A. Erlandson

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Author
Robert A. Erlandson
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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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880
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9780781700429
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Hardcover
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Based on the author's extensive experience at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, this volume is a definitive reference on diagnostic transmission electron microscopy of tumors. It is really two essential books in one-- a comprehensive guide to current ancillary procedures for evaluating human tumors; and an encyclopedic reference on the diagnostically significant ultrastructural and immunophenotypic features of virtually every human tumor. Nearly 1,000 electron micrographs and 37 easy-to-use tables complement the text. The opening chapters describe ancillary procedures for evaluating tumors, including tissue preparation methods, and examine the nuclear, cytoplasmic, cell surface, and extracellular constituents seen in human neoplasms. The book then covers-- in 103 sections-- the ultrastructural features of most human neoplasms, correlated with clinicopathological, immunohistochemical, and, where applicable, cytogenetic data. Most sections include a brief discussion of the differential diagnosis. Cross-references enable the reader to look up either a structure--to locate in which tumors it is found--or the diagnostic ultrastructural features of a specific tumor type


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