Koss' Diagnostic Cytology and Its Histopathologic Bases.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Koss, Leopold G.
Other Authors: Melamed, Myron R.
Format: eBook
Published: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health, 2011.
Edition:5th ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Koss' Diagnostic Cytology AND ITS HISTOPATHOLOGIC BASES; Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Table of Contents; SECTION I General Cytology; Diagnostic Cytology: Its Origins and Principles; The Basic Structure of the Mammalian Cell; How Cells Function: Fundamental Concepts of Molecular Biology*; Principles of Cytogenetics*; Recognizing and Classifying Cells; Morphologic Response of Cells to Injury; Fundamental Concepts of Neoplasia: Benign Tumors and Cancer; Diagnostic Cytology of Organs; The Normal Female Genital Tract.
  • Cytologic Evaluation of Menstrual Disorders and Hormonal AbnormalitiesBenign Disorders of the Uterine Cervix and Vagina; PART I NONINFLAMMATORY AND REACTIVE PROCESSES; PART II INFLAMMATORY PROCESSES OF THE FEMALE GENITALTRACT; Squamous Carcinoma of the Uterine Cervix and Its Precursors; PART I NATURAL HISTORY, EPIDEMIOLOGY, ETIOLOGY, AND PATHOGENESIS; PART II CYTOLOGIC PATTERNS AND HISTOLOGIC CORRELATION; Adenocarcinoma and Related Tumors of the Uterine Cervix; Proliferative Disorders and Carcinoma of the Endometrium; Diseases of the Vagina, Vulva, Perineum, and Anus.
  • Tumors of the Ovary and Fallopian TubePART I THE OVARY; PART II FALLOPIAN TUBE; Peritoneal Washings or Lavage in Cancers of the Female Genital Tract; Rare and Unusual Disorders of the Female Genital Tract; Effects of Therapeutic Procedures on the Epithelia of the Female Genital Tract; The Lower Respiratory Tract in the Absence of Cancer: Conventional and Aspiration Cytology; Tumors of the Lung: Conventional Cytology and Aspiration Biopsy; Epithelial Lesions of the Oral Cavity, Larynx, Trachea, Nasopharynx, and Paranasal Sinuses; PART I ORAL CAVITY; PART II THE LARYNX; PART III THE TRACHEA.
  • PART IV THE NASOPHARYNXPART V PARANASAL SINUSES; The Lower Urinary Tract in the Absence of Cancer; Tumors of the Urinary Tract in Urine and Brushings*; The Gastrointestinal Tract; PART I THE ESOPHAGUS; PART II THE STOMACH; PART III THE COLON AND THE RECTUM; PART IV THE DUODENUM, EXTRAHEPATICBILE DUCTS, PANCREATIC DUCTS, AND GALLBLADDER; Effusions in the Absence of Cancer; Effusions in the Presence of Cancer; Cerebrospinal and Miscellaneous Fluids; PART I CEREBROSPINAL FLUID; PART II MISCELLANEOUS FLUIDS; Techniques of Fine-Needle Aspiration, Smear Preparation, and Principles of Interpretation.
  • The BreastThe Thyroid, Parathyroid, and Neck Masses Other Than Lymph Nodes; Lymph Nodes; Salivary Glands; The Prostate and the Testis; PART I THE PROSTATE; PART II TESTIS AND EPIDIDYMIS; The Skin; Soft Tissue Lesions; Bone Tumors; The Mediastinum; The Liver and Spleen; PART I THE LIVER; PART II THE SPLEEN; The Pancreas; The Kidneys, Adrenals, and Retroperitoneum; PART I THE KIDNEYS; PART II THE ADRENALS; PART III THE RETROPERITONEUM; The Eyelids, Orbit, and Eye; The Central Nervous System; Circulating Cancer Cells; SECTION III Techniques in Diagnostic Cytology; Laboratory Techniques.