PEARLS AND PITFALLS IN HEAD AND NECK PATHOLOGY

PEARLS AND PITFALLS IN HEAD AND NECK PATHOLOGY

Editorial:
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Año de edición:
Materia
Anatomía Patológica
ISBN:
978-1-107-12349-6
Páginas:
200
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
331
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

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95,00 €

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1. HSV and CMV
2. Oral leishmaniasis
3. Oral lichen planus
4. Proliferative verrucous leucoplakia
5. Granular cell tumor
6. Congenital epulis
7. Syphylis
8. Necrotizing SM
9. Papillary SCC
10. Adenosquamous Ca oral
11. Acantholytic Ca
12. Angiosarcoma tonsil
13. Chondrolipoma tongue
14. Osteochondroma tongue
15. CS hyoid
16. ECT
17. Nasopharyngeal oncocytic metaplasia
18. Laryngeal SCC and HPV related metastasis
19. Cylindroma
20. EMC sebaceous
21. Intraductal adenok
22. MASC parotid
23. MEC parotid
24. Nodal MEC
25. Warthin with metaplasia
26. Metastasizing pleomorphic adenoma
27. Carcinoma ex PA
28. Atypical PA
29. SCNET parotid
30. Undiff Ca parotid
31. Clear cell oncocytoma
32. Metastatic renal cell carcinoma to the parotid gland
33. Merkel cell carcinoma of the lymph node
34. Rhabdomyoma adult type
35. Rhabdomyosarcoma oral cavity
36. Oral myofibroma
37. Synovial sarcoma
38. Plasmocytoma oropharynx
39. Plasmablastic lymphoma
40. NK T cell Ly
41. Melanoma
42. INI-Ca
43. Malignant myoepithelioma
44. ONB
45. Neuroendocrine Ca
46. Teratocarcinosarcoma
47. Sinonasal alveolar RMS
48. Inflammatory polyp with stromal atypia
49. SNUC
50. HPV related ACC like carcinoma
51. Pleomorphic adenoma of the nasal septum
52. Sinonasal ameloblastoma
53. Ameloblastic fibrosarcoma
54. LGTPAC
55. REAH
56. Seromucinous hamartoma
57. SPA
58. SGAT
59. ITAC
60. Colorectal carcinoma metastatic to the sphenoid
61. Nodular fasciitis
62. Sinonasal fibromyxoma
63. JAF
64. Sinonasal HP
65. Sinonasal SFT
66. Sinonasal biphenotypic sarcoma
67. Neurinoma of the ethmoid
68. Verrucous carcinoma of the maxillary antrum
69. Ca Ex PS
70. Surgical ciliated cyst
71. Nasolabial cyst
72. Hairy polyp
73. Lymphangiomatous polyp
74. Amyloidosis
75. Glandular hamartoma of the larynx
76. Glial heterotopia
77. Branchial cleft cyst
78. Sclerosing PG
79. PVNS ATM
80. Synovial chondromatosis ATM
81. Cystic chondromalacia of the ear
82. Myeloid sarcoma of the EA
83. Papillary tumor of the ear
84. Encephalocele of the middle ear
85. Kaposi
86. Laryngeal CS
87. Spindle cell Ca with osteosarcoma
88. Candidiasis
89. Ca GT Like
90. Large cell NEC larynx.

Avoid unnecessary diagnostic markers, and pathology pitfalls with this practical approach to head and neck surgical pathology. Written by experts in the field, this book features practical algorithms and ninety illustrative cases, guiding the reader through neoplastic and non-neoplastic head and neck pathology, with ease. With additional access to the full online version, including expandable images on Cambridge Core, achieve accuracy every time. Master practical challenges of efficiently diagnosing diseases in lesions of the nasopharynx, sinonasal tract, salivary glands, oral cavity lesions and soft tissues of the neck. Confidently provide all aspects of care, in tackling new entities in the field, through to reviewing appropriate ancillary studies. Discover a clinical history, histopathology, differential diagnosis and teaching points with each case, alongside working with state-of-the-art immunohistochemistry and molecular technologies. Equipping the reader to make successful diagnoses, maximise surgery time, and avoid common errors, this invaluable guide supports busy practitioners worldwide.

Features
• Diagnostic pitfalls of each entity are presented to avoid diagnostic mistakes
• Gain full HTML access of the whole book, with expandable figures and resources, via a scratch-off code inside the cover
• Presents ninety illustrative cases with clinical histories, histopathologies, differential diagnosis and teaching points with each case
• A practical approach to the differential diagnosis is illustrated with a focus on diagnostic algorithms
• The current armamentarium of ancillary techniques (immunohistochemistry, molecular biology) required in diagnosis is presented for readers to avoid the use of unnecessary diagnostic markers

Author
Alessandro Franchi, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy
Alessandro Franchi is Professor of Pathology at the University of Pisa, Italy. Since the beginning of his career as a surgical pathologist, he has focused his interest in the field of Head and Neck Pathology, co-authoring seventy papers on the subject published in peer-reviewed journals, as well as several contributions in the new edition of the WHO Classification of Tumours of the Head and Neck published by IARC in 2017. Additionally, he served as Chairman of the Head and Neck Working Group of the European Society of Pathology for the years 2015–17.