Pathology Case Reviews

Pathology Case Reviews 10829784
ISBN/ISSN: 10829784
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Pathology Case Reviews chronicles the significant advances and premier techniques available to today's pathologists. It delivers the kind of practical continuing education in diagnostic pathology previously found only at seminars, workshops, or short courses. Each issue examines one timely theme—with case reports that cover both histopathologic and cytopathologic cases—and editorials and reviews of the newest, most relevant developments in the field. Each case is invited and peer-reviewed, and includes a full work-up, analysis, diagnosis, and resolution of significant case experiences.

Inside you'll find:  
* Case reports - covering both histopathologic and cytopathologic cases
* Differential diagnosis hints
* Application of new technologies
* Reviews of new techniques
* Illustrations with surgical, autopsy, and fornesic specimens

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Pathology Case Reviews is also a part of the Pathology Network.  All 9 pathology journals in 1 location.  Find out more information at


--Clinically oriented case reports that focus on diagnosis, specimen handling, and report generation
--Each case includes a full work-up, analysis, diagnosis, and resolution of significant case experiences
--Each issue covers potential diagnostic pitfalls, medicolegal cases, differential diagnostic hints, application of new technologies, and reviews of new techniques
--Valuable illustrations, many in full color

About the Editor(s)

  • I-Tien Yeh MD
  • Pathologist, Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, PA; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA


  • ISSN: 10829784
  • Published: Published Bimonthly

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