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Designed as an easy-to-use and finished reference for the training pathologist, Diagnostic Pathology: Hepatobiliary and Pancreas is the subsequent hugely expected name within the Diagnostic Pathology sequence provided through Amirsys. As readers have come to count on from this sequence, Diagnostic Pathology: Hepatobiliary and Pancreas is stuffed with greater scientific photos, together with gross photos, photomicrographs, and precise clinical illustrations. As with our different Diagnostic Pathology titles, chapters comprise definitions, terminology, etiologies and pathogenesis, demographics, scientific displays, treatment, prognoses, radiologic imaging, pathology, and differential diagnoses. The pathologic good points are generally special with descriptions of the macroscopic good points, microscopic findings, cytopathology (as indicated), and as wanted, ancillary stories. The latter contain histochemistry, immunohistochemistry, cytogenetics, molecular diagnostics and ultrastructural findings. There also are quite a few quick-reference try out information tables, in addition to useful introductory chapters, annotated and illustrated staging templates, and chapters on specimen exam dealing with. This good-looking quantity is a veritable one-stop store to your hepatic, biliary, and pancreatic pathology reference wishes.
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I(1):27 Image Gallery Microscopic Features of PFIC2 (BSEP Deficiency) (Left) Biopsy in an infant with PFIC2 (BSEP deficiency) shows nodule formation and portal inflammation. (Right) Higher magnification of a biopsy in an infant with PFIC2 (BSEP deficiency) shows perinodular inflammation and bile pigment within hepatocytes . 53 Diagnostic Pathology: Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic (Left) Biopsy in an infant with PFIC2 (BSEP deficiency) shows bile plugs within canaliculi , inflammation, and extramedullary hematopoiesis .
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