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Liver Biopsy Made Easy
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Chief Editor: Nalini Bansal Gupta MD (Gold Medalist), DNB, PDCC, MNAMS
 
Co-editor: Chhagan Bihari
 


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ISBN9789386150264
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2017
Pages276
Size 6.75" X 9.5"
Cover TypeHard Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 660
Quick Overview
Liver Biopsy Made Easy is an attempt to assist the practising pathologist and students by providing a comprehensive source of information on the pathology of liver tissue.
The book is meant as a ready reckoner—a desktop reference for postgraduate students of pathology, particularly those who are preparing for their examinations
The standard textbooks, though are very useful, often load the students with a plethora of information, which may be both exhaustive and difficult to remember. There are very few concise books, which supply data in a capsule form. This book seeks to fill that void.
The goal of Liver Biopsy Made Easy is to create a user-friendly, hands-on guide for the reporting of liver biopsies. The simplicity of this book will help the students and practising pathologists to understand the subject easily.
Key Features
• This book is meant as a ready reckoner and a desktop reference for postgraduate students of pathology.

• An attempt to assist the practising pathologists and students by providing a comprehensive source of information on the pathology of liver tissue.

• User-friendly, simple and hands-on guide for the reporting of liver biopsies.

• Focuses on basic understanding of normal liver biopsy and specific liver pathologies.

• Readers are advised to read chapter 1 before moving further to any chapter as this form the basic of hepatopathology.

• At the end of each chapter, “Liver Biopsy Sign Out” and “Points to Remember” are given to guide the user to the key information provided in the chapter and will aid the practising pathologists in signing out terminologies.

• Includes glossary of interesting and varied cases of hepatopathology.

• Reviews all the current terminologies, grading and staging systems used in liver biopsies.
Target Audience
Students and practising pathologists.
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