1-Common Neoplasms.- 2-Uncommon Tumors.- 3-Lymphoproliferative Diseases.- 4-Metastases to and from the Lung.- 5-Pleural Diseases.
Taken from the acclaimed Second Edition of Pulmonary Pathology, these five core chapters on benign and malignant pulmonary and pleural tumors now comprise an authoritative text in their own right. Over 850 illustrations - gross dissection specimens, photomicrographs, electron micrographs, radiographs, CT scans and more - of the same top quality found in the parent volume supplement the text. Of special note: problem areas in diagnosis are discussed from the viewpoints of three experienced pulmonary pathologists.
More compact and convenient to use than its encyclopedic parent volume, Pulmonary Pathology - Tumors is ideal for pathologists, including residents, who need strategically focussed coverage of the tumors typically encountered in practice.
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