Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology: Diagnostic Principles And Dilemmas by Gabrijela KocjanFine Needle Aspiration Cytology: Diagnostic Principles And Dilemmas by Gabrijela Kocjan

Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology: Diagnostic Principles And Dilemmas

byGabrijela Kocjan

Hardcover | December 20, 2005

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Histopathologists all over the world have to report cytopathology during the course of their work and it is then that they find themselves facing diagnostic dilemmas. This practical, well-illustrated book, explicitly dedicated to this readership will serve their needs and meets their requirements in daily practice.
Title:Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology: Diagnostic Principles And DilemmasFormat:HardcoverDimensions:251 pagesPublished:December 20, 2005Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540256393

ISBN - 13:9783540256397

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Table of Contents

FNAC Technique and Slide Preparation: FNAC Technique. Slide Preparation. Fixation and Transport Medium. Staining. Ancillary Techniques.- Principles of Diagnostic Interpretation of FNAC Material: Slide Background. Cell Arrangement. Cellular Features Nucleus. Cellular Features Cytoplasm. Criteria of Malignancy. Cytology Report. - Diagnostic Dilemmas in FNAC: Cystic Lesions. Lymphoid Infiltrates. Metastatic Tumours. Small Round Cell Tumours. Soft Tissue Lesions. Difficult Breast Lesions. Post Treatment Effects. Artefacts of Preparation.- Principles of Safe FNAC Practice: Role of FNAC in Clinical Management. FNAC vs. Core Biopsy. Medicolegal Issues.

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews:"Common cancer mimics and rarer tumours pose significant diagnostic dilemmas for the pathologist engaging in cytopathology. Diagnostic Principles and Dilemmas attempts to guide the pathologist through this minefield. . The text is clearly written, well referenced, and richly illustrated throughout by numerous high-quality colour photomicrographs and clinical cases histories. . it will be beneficial to those pathologists with at least a few years' experience of the dilemmas that dog cytopathological practice." (Dr. J L Burton, acp News, Autumn, 2006)"This is a comprehensive, practical, and critical overview of the role, use, and limitations of fine needle aspiration cytology in everyday practice. . It will be appreciated by all physicians and technologists involved with FNA. . The text is followed by numerous color images, each accompanied by informative and comprehensive description. . This is an excellent resource for experienced and inexperienced FNA practitioners . . is the book one would want to pick up when faced with a difficult case, challenges and limitations of FNA." (Marina Mosunjac, Doody's Review Service, August, 2007)