Modern Uterine Cytopathology: Moving to the Molecular Smear

Modern Uterine Cytopathology: Moving to the Molecular Smear

By: Alexander Meisels (author), Carol Morin (author)Hardback

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Modern Uterine Cytopathology: Moving to the Molecular Smear sets out to be the reference guide that bridges gaps between cytomorphology, molecular biology, and molecular technologies in the diagnostic cytology service. Increasingly, conventional cytology intersects with new technologies based on the link of cervical cancer and human papillomaviruses (HPV). Dr. Meisels and his co-authors/contributors build upon their decades of experience, providing heavily imaged chapters devoted to cytomorphology of infection and benign changes, squamous intraepithelial lesions, glandular lesions, hormonal cytology, and rare lesions of the uterus. Most chapters in Modern Uterine Cytopathology offer practical, working understandings of new and emerging approaches to diagnosis and prevention: prevention of uterine cancers, epidemiology, human papillomaviruses, cervical carcinogenesis, biomarkers for screening, HPV vaccines, LBC imagers and screeners, and technical considerations for molecular and serologic diagnosis. Expert contributors from both North America and Europe bring an international perspective to the evolving practice of cytopathology in a molecular age.

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Product Details

  • publication date: 15/01/2007
  • ISBN13: 9780891895442
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 452
  • ID: 9780891895442
  • weight: 1497
  • ISBN10: 0891895442

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