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|Title: ||Non-Neoplastic Liver Pathology: A Pathologist’s Survival Guide.|
|Authors: ||Gonzalez, Raul S.|
|Keywords: ||Medicine;Liver;Non-Neoplastic Liver;Pathology|
|Issue Date: ||2016|
|Abstract: ||This book provides a quick, pattern-based reference for interpreting histologic changes in non-neoplastic liver. It is designed to guide the reader based on morphologic pattern and basic clinical information. Each chapter covers a broad but identifiable pattern of pathologic liver findings (e.g., “portal inflammation” or “steatosis”) and discusses the major disease entities that manifest as such a pattern. As liver biopsies can be complex and daunting, such an approach should improve the reader’s ability to identify a likely diagnosis or differential and to distinguish among the possible disease entities. Sample reports at the end of each chapter offer guidance on how to sign out cases.
Non-Neoplastic Liver Pathology: A Pathologist’s Survival Guide will be of value to practicing pathologists without specialized training in hepatic pathology, pathology residents and fellows trying to learn the basics of non-neoplastic liver pathology, and hepatologists interested in reviewing liver biopsies with pathologists.|
|Appears in Collections:||Y học; Y khoa (Medical sciences; Medicine)|
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