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Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology: Interpretation and Diagnostic Difficulties
Author:  
Pranab Dey MBBS MD MIAC FRCPath
 


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ISBN9789351526087
Edition 2/e
Publish Year2015
Pages590
Size 8.50" X 11"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
In this second edition of the book, I have completely reoriented the different chapters. The various diagnostic entities have been discussed in detail with the etiology, histology, cytology, immunocytochemistry and molecular genetics. The differential diagnoses of the lesions have been described in detail with multiple tables. I have added eight more chapters with a large number of new microphotographs. The history of fine needle aspiration cytology, deep seated guided FNAC, ancillary techniques, cytology of central nervous system and a case review sections have been added. In the review section, I have emphasized the interesting and a few classical cases.
Key Features
In this book the author has described the characteristic diagnostic features and differential diagnosis of various lesions on fine needle aspiration cytology. The detailed cytology, immunocytochemistry and molecular genetics of all the lesions have also been discussed. This book contains all the recent information in the field of cytology. This is a simple, concise and illustrative book. There are a large number of tables, boxes, and microphotographs in every chapter. The review section of the book (case studies) is helpful for self-assessment. This is a complete book on fine needle aspiration cytology and will be very helpful to all the students, practicing cytologists and pathology residents.
Target Audience
The second edition of the book will act as a complete text book of fine needle aspiration cytology that will help both the practicing cytologists and the pathology residents.
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