Breast Pathology E-Book, 2nd Edition
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Breast Pathology, a title in the Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology series, provides all of the most essential information on the pathological entities encountered in practice in an easy-to-use format. Drs. Frances P. O'Malley, Sarah E. Pinder, and Anna Marie Mulligan provide unparalleled expert guidance for the study and diagnosis of a broad spectrum of breast lesions as well as the broad range of appearances of normal breast tissue. The consistent, practical format with a wealth of illustrations, at-a-glance boxes, and tables make this title ideal for quick reference for both novices and experienced breast pathologists.
New to This Edition
- Apply the latest molecular diagnostic techniques to recognize newly identified classifications in breast disease.
- Get more of the information you need from new and expanded chapters covering a broad range of diseases and topics including fine needle aspiration cytology and the physical handling of core biopsy specimens; handling and evaluation of sentinel lymph nodes; diseases of the male breast; and state-of-the-art coverage of molecular advances in malignant breast disease.
- Prepare for the future of breast pathology with a new chapter dedicated to gene profiling and stem cell diagnostic techniques.
- Reference key information quickly and easily with a consistent, user-friendly format and at-a-glance boxes and tables throughout the text.
- Examine all aspects of a pathologic entity, including clinical features, pathologic features (gross and microscopic), ancillary studies, differential diagnosis, and prognostic and therapeutic considerations.
- Catch all the nuances of how pathological lesions present through over 400 full-color illustrations.
- Practice with confidence and overcome your toughest challenges with advice from the top minds in breast pathology.
By Frances P. O'Malley, MB, FRCPC, FCAP, Associate Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto; Anatomic Pathologist, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Sarah E Pinder, Professor of Breast Pathology and Anne Marie Mulligan