HISTOPATHOLOGY REPORTING. GUIDELINES FOR SURGICAL CANCER. 4TH EDITION

HISTOPATHOLOGY REPORTING. GUIDELINES FOR SURGICAL CANCER. 4TH EDITION

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Anatomía Patológica
ISBN:
978-3-030-27827-4
Páginas:
512
N. de edición:
4
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
123
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1. Introduction
2. Oesophageal Carcinoma
3. Gastric Carcinoma
4. Ampulla of Vater and Head of Pancreas Carcinomas
5. Small Intestinal Carcinoma
6. Colorectal Carcinoma
7. Appendiceal Lesions
8. Anal Canal Neoplasia (with Comments on Pelvic Exenteration)
9. Gall Bladder Carcinoma
10. Perihilar and Distal Extrahepatic Bile Duct Carcinoma
11. Liver Carcinoma
12. Lip and Oral Cavity Carcinomas
13. Oropharyngeal Carcinoma (with Comments on Nasopharynx and Hypopharynx)
14. Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinus Carcinomas
15. Laryngeal Carcinoma
16. Salivary Gland Tumours
17. Lung Carcinoma
18. Malignant Mesothelioma
19. Mediastinal Cancer
20. Non-Melanocytic Skin Cancers
21. Malignant Melanoma
22. Breast Carcinoma
23. Ovarian Tumours (with Comments on Fallopian Tube)
24. Endometrial Carcinoma
25. Cervical Carcinoma
26. Vaginal Carcinoma
27. Vulval Carcinoma
28. Gestational Trophoblastic Tumours
29. Renal Cell and Renal Pelvis/Ureter Carcinoma
30. Bladder Carcinoma
31. Prostate Carcinoma
32. Urethral Carcinoma
33. Testicular Cancer
34. Penile Carcinoma
35. Nodal Malignant Lymphoma (With Comments on Extranodal Malignant Lymphoma and Metastatic Cancer)
36. Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcomas (With Comments on Retroperitoneum)
37. Intraocular Malignancy
38. Extraocular Malignancy
39. Thyroid Gland Tumours (With Comments on Parathyroid and Adrenal Gland)

This book is an easily comprehensible and practicable framework for standardised histopathology reports in surgical cancer. The pathological features of the common carcinomas are detailed and non-carcinomatous malignancies are also summarised. 8th edition TNM and WHO classifications of cancers are incorporated, with comments on any associated pathology, diagnostic clues and prognostic criteria supplemented visually by line diagrams.
Each chapter’s introduction gives epidemiological, clinical, investigative and treatment summary details. Other pathology includes updated immunophenotypic expression and molecular techniques. The impact of these ancillary investigations on diagnosis, and as biomarkers of prognosis and prediction of response to treatment is summarised, as is the effect of adjuvant treatments on cancers. Experience based clues are given throughout as aids to tumour typing, grading, staging, and gauging prognosis and response to treatment.
Histopathology Reporting: Guidelines for Surgical Cancer, Fourth Edition is invaluable for trainee and consultant diagnostic histopathologists all over the world, equipping the reader to produce high quality, clinically appropriate histopathology reports, and to participate in contemporary multidisciplinary team management of patients with surgical cancer.

Features
• Includes 8th edition TNM and WHO classifications of cancers
• Explains key epidemiological, clinical, investigative, pathological, prognostic and treatment issues
• Highlights new clinical procedures and ancillary laboratory techniques

Authors
• David Boyle is an NHS consultant in histopathology and a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists. He graduated from Queen's University Belfast in 2005 and commenced training in pathology in 2007, becoming a fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in 2011. He has worked as an NHS consultant in histopathology since 2014 and is a general pathologist with a special interest in dermatopathology and breast pathology. He has published a number of original articles and review papers.
• Derek C. Allen (Belfast City Hospital, UK) is one of the authors of Histopathology Specimens: Clinical, Pathological and Laboratory Aspects, also published by Springer.