Koss' Diagnostic Cytology and Its Histopathologic Bases

Koss' Diagnostic Cytology and Its Histopathologic Bases

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Publication Date: 2005
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780781719285

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The most influential and frequently cited pathology classic is now in its Fifth Edition, with thoroughly revised chapters and over 3,000 brand-new full-color illustrations. This two-volume work provides comprehensive, current information on the principles and techniques of cytopathology and the cytologic evaluation of benign and malignant disorders at every anatomic site.

This edition provides greatly expanded coverage of the interpretation of aspirated cell samples. Innovations in the practice of cytopathology and data on molecular biology and cytogenetics have been incorporated into the organ system chapters. This edition also has a greater focus on avoiding diagnostic errors.

A bound-in image bank DVD is included in this edition.

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Myron R. Melamed MD
Chairman, Department of Pathology, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

Leopold G. Koss MD
Department of Pathology, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY


Edition: 5
ISBN/ISSN: 9780781719285
Product Format: Hardbound
Trim Size: 8.5 x 11
Pages: 1856
Pub Date: 2005
Weight: 13.45

    VOLUME I

    SECTION I: GENERAL CYTOLOGY 1

  1. Diagnostic Cytology: Its Origins and Principles 3
  2. The Basic Structure of the Mammalian Cell 21
  3. How Cells Function: Fundamental Concepts ofMolecular Biology 53
  4. Principles of Cytogenetics 79Linda A.Cannizzaro
  5. Recognizing and Classifying Cells 119
  6. Morphologic Response of Cells to Injury 131
  7. Fundamental Concepts of Neoplasia: BenignTumors and Cancer 143

    SECTION II: DIAGNOSTIC CYTOLOGY OFORGANS 181

  8. The Normal Female Genital Tract 183
  9. Cytologic Evaluation of Menstrual Disorders andHormonal Abnormalities 227
  10. Benign Disorders of the Uterine Cervix andVagina 241
    • PART I Noninflammatory and Reactive Processes 241
    • PART II Inflammatory Processes of the FemaleGenital Tract 254
  11. Squamous Carcinoma of the Uterine Cervix andIts Precursors 282
    • PART I Natural History,Epidemiology,Etiology,andPathogenesis 283
    • PART II Cytologic Patterns and HistologicCorrelation 318
  12. Adenocarcinoma and Related Tumors of theUterine Cervix 395
  13. Proliferative Disorders and Carcinoma of theEndometrium 422
  14. Diseases of the Vagina, Vulva, Perineum, andAnus 466
  15. Tumors of the Ovary and Fallopian Tube 491
    • PART I The Ovary 491
    • PART II Fallopian Tube 508
  16. Peritoneal Washings or Lavage in Cancers of theFemale Genital Tract 514
  17. Rare and Unusual Disorders of the Female GenitalTract 528
  18. Effects of Therapeutic Procedures on the Epitheliaof the Female Genital Tract 553
  19. The Lower Respiratory Tract in the Absence ofCancer: Conventional and AspirationCytology 568
  20. Tumors of the Lung: Conventional Cytology andAspiration Biopsy 643
  21. Epithelial Lesions of the Oral Cavity, Larynx,Trachea, Nasopharynx, and Paranasal Sinuses 713
    • PART I Oral Cavity 714
    • PART II The Larynx 726
    • PART III The Trachea 729
    • PART IV The Nasopharynx 731
    • PART V Paranasal Sinuses 733
  22. The Lower Urinary Tract in the Absence ofCancer 738
  23. Tumors of the Urinary Tract in Urine andBrushings 777
  24. The Gastrointestinal Tract 847
    • PART I The Esophagus 849
    • PART II The Stomach 866
    • PART III The Colon and the Rectum 888
    • PART IV The Duodenum,Extrahepatic Bile Ducts,Pancreatic Ducts,and Gallbladder 894

    VOLUME II

  25. Effusions in the Absence of Cancer 919
  26. Effusions in the Presence of Cancer 949
  27. Cerebrospinal and Miscellaneous Fluids 1023
    • PART I Cerebrospinal Fluid 1023
    • PART II Miscellaneous Fluids 1045
  28. Techniques of Fine-Needle Aspiration, SmearPreparation, and Principles of Interpretation 1056
  29. The Breast 1081
  30. The Thyroid, Parathyroid, and Neck Masses OtherThan Lymph Nodes 1148
  31. Lymph Nodes 1186
  32. Salivary Glands 1229
  33. The Prostate and the Testis 1262
    • PART I The Prostate 1262
    • PART II Testis and Epididymis 1275
  34. The Skin 1286
  35. Soft Tissue Lesions 1302
  36. Bone Tumors 1340
  37. The Mediastinum 1375
  38. The Liver and Spleen 1389
    • PART I The Liver 1389
    • PART II The Spleen 1419
  39. The Pancreas 1428
  40. The Kidneys, Adrenals, andRetroperitoneum 1457
    • PART I The Kidney 1457
    • PART II The Adrenals 1482
    • PART III The Retroperitoneum 1494
  41. The Eyelids, Orbit, and Eye 1508
  42. The Central Nervous System 1523
  43. Circulating Cancer Cells 1544

    SECTION III: TECHNIQUES INDIAGNOSTIC CYTOLOGY 1567

  44. Laboratory Techniques 1569
    • PART I Cytologic Techniques 1570
    • PART II Principles of Operation of a Laboratory ofCytology 1622
  45. Immunochemistry and Molecular Biology inCytological Diagnosis 1635
  46. Digital Analysis of Cells and Tissues 1681
  47. Flow Cytometry 1709Index I-1
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