Recent Advances in Histopathology: 24

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    Recent Advances in Histopathology: 24 features a collection of in depth reviews of the latest developments in the field. Written in an accessible and easy to read format and featuring such topics as the implementation of digital histology, molecular pathology of pancreatic cancer and the big bang theory of tumour development: how cancers start, each chapter provides a comprehensive overview, and emphasises the salient points of interest. This latest volume in the series is an invaluable resource for busy clinicians and those sitting FRCPath examinations. Key Points 12 chapters summarising important recent advances within the field of Histopathology All topics are written in a practical and clinically relevant manner, further enhanced by the `key clinical points for practice' sections at the end of each chapter Provides an effective exam revision tool for FRCPathUK All chapters written by expert authors ensuring authoritative and accurate content Full colour photographs throughout

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    Number of Pages: 200
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781909836280
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    Listed in: Histopathology
    Publishers: PLYMBRIDGE DISTRIBUTORS LTD, JP Medical Ltd

    Books by Massimo Pignatelli

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