By Henryk A. Domanski MD, PhD (auth.), Henryk A. Domanski (eds.)
This ebook covers all the diagnostic components the place FNAC is used this day. This comprises palpable lesions and lesions sampled utilizing a variety of radiological tools, and correlations with ancillary examinations distinct on an entity-by-entity foundation. in addition to being an entire atlas of the proof and findings vital to FNAC, this atlas is a consultant to diagnostic tools that optimize future health care. The interplay of the cytologist or cytopathologist with different experts (radiologists, oncologists and surgeons) eager about the analysis and remedy of sufferers with suspicious mass lesions is emphasised and illustrated all through.
With contributions from specialists within the box the world over and plentiful color pictures Atlas of good Needle Aspiration Cytology offers a complete and up to date advisor to FNAC for pathologists, cytopathologists, radiologists, oncologists, surgeons and others concerned with the analysis and remedy of sufferers with suspicious mass lesions.
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Compared with the preparation of cytologic material for other ancillary techniques, the processing of aspirates for EM is more time consuming. The results of electron microscopy in aspirated cells and cell fragments compare favorably with results seen in biopsy material. from different neoplasms of almost all types. Compared to FCM, one advantage with ICM is that previously stained aspirates may be destained and stained with Feulgen for analysis. A disadvantage with FCM is that false diploid histograms may occur.
Atlas of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology by Henryk A. Domanski MD, PhD (auth.), Henryk A. Domanski (eds.)