By Jan P. A. Baak M.D., Ph.D., Jan Oort M.D., Ph.D. (auth.)

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Fundamental tissue geometry for the biologist. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. R. (1979). Stereological Methods. Vol. I. Practical methods for biological morphometry. 257-348. A. Baak and J. Oort In chapters 6 and 7 applications of morphometry in diagnostic human histo- and cytopathology are described. Before the quantitative techniques and data to be described are actually used and applied in diagnostic pathology, a word of warning is necessary. First; the results of quantitative analysis of a particular microscopical section should be interpreted by the pathologist.

The diversity of different tissues in, between, and at different levels requires a vast experience in practical pathology to select the appropriate criteria in a specific situation. The pathologist also selects appropriate regions in order to favour the possibilities for succesful application of the criteria he intends to use for the diagnosis. If for instance he is in doubt about an epithelial proliferation being malignant, the pathologist is carefully selecting areas with a maximum of nuclear abnormality.

A. Baak and J. Oort In chapters 6 and 7 applications of morphometry in diagnostic human histo- and cytopathology are described. Before the quantitative techniques and data to be described are actually used and applied in diagnostic pathology, a word of warning is necessary. First; the results of quantitative analysis of a particular microscopical section should be interpreted by the pathologist. They are a help in the hands of the path<>logists, but never should be used as "authorities" on their own.

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