Atlas of Radiologic-Cytopathologic Correlations

Atlas of Radiologic-Cytopathologic Correlations


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Atlas of Radiologic-Cytopathologic Correlations by Armanda Tatsas, Syed Z. Ali, Justin A. Bishop, Salina Tsai

"Radiologic-cytopathologic correlation is critical for an accurate interpretation of a pathologic process. Atlas of Radiologic-Cytopathologic Correlations is a generously illustrated and user-friendly atlas containing over 700 carefully selected, high resolution images from radiology and cytopathology and serves as a practical guide in the diagnostically challenging areas of deep-seated mass lesions, with additional coverage of selected areas of soft tissues, bone and some superficial sites such as thyroid.

In seven chapters, radiologic and pathologic images are arranged for easy correlation and comparison of diagnostic features thoroughly illustrating all-important aspects of the radiology, cytopathology and histopathology of the key disease processes in each organ system.

Features Include:

  • 749 high resolution radiologic, cytopathologic and histopathologic images arranged for easy correlation and comparison
  • Comprehensive coverage of organ systems and disease processes
  • Coverage includes non-neoplastic and benign lesions as well as malignancy
  • Authors are expert faculty from both diagnostic specialties

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781936287697
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Publication date: 03/01/2012
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 9.10(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Assistant Professor of Pathology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Professor of Pathology and Radiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Assistant Professor of Pathology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Instructor of Radiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Associate Professor of Radiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital;

Associate Professor of Pathology, Director, Pathology Informatics, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Table of Contents

"1. Head and Neck, 2. Thorax, 3. Abdomen, 4. Pelvis, 5. Lymph Nodes, 6. Bone and Soft Tissues"

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