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Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours

Author : Ivor R.H. Kramer
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Retaining the same scope as the first edition, this new edition deals with the classification and characteristics of tumours and tumour-like lesions. Similar information is also given on odontogenic and non-odontogenic cysts of the jaws. It is extensively illustrated with photomicrographs in colour, together with clinical radiographs and photographs of operation specimens to show the distinctive features of various lesions. The classification has been updated to reflect the present state of knowledge and changes in views, and includes a number of newly recognised entities.

Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours Jaw Cysts and Allied Lesions

Author : Jens Jørgen Pindborg
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Classifies and explains neoplasms and other tumours related to both the odontogenic apparatus and bone, epithelial cysts, and unclassified lesions.

Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours

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Retaining the same scope as the first edition, this new edition deals with the classification and characteristics of tumours and tumour-like lesions. Similar information is also given on odontogenic and non-odontogenic cysts of the jaws. It is extensively illustrated with photomicrographs in colour, together with clinical radiographs and photographs of operation specimens to show the distinctive features of various lesions. The classification has been updated to reflect the present state of knowledge and changes in views, and includes a number of newly recognised entities.

Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours Jaw Cysts and Allied Lesions

Author : Jens Jorgen Pindborg
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Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours

Author : Ivor Robert Horton Kramer
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Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours Jaws Cysts and Allied Lesions

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Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours Jaw Cysts and Allied Lesions Jens J Pindborg Ivor R H Kramer in Collab

Author : Jens J. Pindborg
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Histological typing of odontogenic tumours jaw cysts and allied lesions

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Histological typing of odontogenic tumours jaw cysts and allied lesions

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Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours Jaw Cysts and Allied Lesions

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Classifies and explains neoplasms and other tumours related to both the odontogenic apparatus and bone, epithelial cysts, and unclassified lesions.

Application of the International Classification of Diseases to Dentistry and Stomatology

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This third edition of the Application of the International Classification of Diseases to Dentistry and Stomatology (ICD-DA) provides a coherent system for coding and classifying data on oral and dental disorders, particularly when electronic or mechanical means of retrieval and analysis are used. Scope of the classification includes all diseases and conditions that occur in, have manifestations in, or are associated with the oral cavity and adjacent structures. ICD-DA is derived from the Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) and should be used in conjunction with this parent work. For oral and dental disorders, most of the classifications provided by ICD-10 have been subdivided and expanded to include a fifth character. The purpose of this exclusive fifth character is to focus the attention of oral health personnel on the need for detailed diagnosis for each patient, to allow standardized recording of all diagnoses, and to facilitate comparison of data at an international level. Like the parent work, ICD-DA has a detailed tabular section followed by a comprehensive alphabetic index. The classification can be used in a contracted form, consisting of a relatively small number of broad headings, or in an expanded form that allows detailed analysis in areas of special interest. ICD-DA should prove valuable to a wide variety of users from governments collecting basic data to individual researchers practitioners and lecturers who require a convenient method for indexing their records and teaching material.

Histological Typing of Skin Tumours

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Although this second edition retains the concise format of the first edition, the number of tumours described has increased considerably, especially in the melanocytic, adnexal, fibrous tissue and lymphoid neoplasms. Care has been taken to avoid needless subclassification, so as to limit the expansion of categories to those fulfilling demonstrable histological criteria. The commentaries remain succint whilst including the major diagnostic points, with reference to relevant immunohistochemical features. All the illustrations have been changed since the first edition. Of particular importance is the fact that close collaboration with the authors of the AFIP Atlas of Tumor Pathology on Melanocytic and Non-melanocytic Tumors of the Skin ensures a consistent approach to the classification.

Histological Typing of Ovarian Tumours

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Although the histological typing of ovarian tumours is the focus of this volume, other aspects of investigation of a specimen of ovarian tumour are also important. Some of these aspects are mentioned in the text or illustrated. They include tumour grading, which is impor­ tantprognostically and therapeutically for certain types ofovarian tu­ mour, quantification ofcomponents in mixed tumours and evaluation of the stroma of certain tumours that are associated with endocrine function. Grading methodologies have varied from one tumour type to another and from one group of investigators to another for the same type of tumour. Because a standard internationally recognized grading methodology has not been established, no specific guidance is presented in this volume. Nevertheless, grading by any generally acceptable method should be incorporated in the diagnosis whenever appropriate. The clinical and pathological classification of the extent of tu­ mour growth (staging) should be taken into account for the purposes of treatment and prognosis. The TNlV1/FIGO system is therefore in­ cluded (p. 45). Histological Classification of Ovarian Tumours 1 Surface Epithelial-Stromal Tumours 1. 1 Serous tumours 1. 1. 1 Benign 1 1. 1. 1. 1 Cystadenoma 8441/0 Papillary cystadenoma 8460/0 1. 1. 1. 2 Surface papilloma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8461/0 1. 1. 1. 3 Adenofibroma; cystadenofibroma . . . . . 9014/0 1. 1. 2 Of borderline malignancy (of low malignant potential) 2 1. 1. 2. 1 Cystic tumour 8442/1 Papillary cystic tumour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 846211 Surface papillary tumour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8463/1 1. 1. 2. 2 1. 1. 2. 3 Adenofibroma; cystadenofibroma 9014/1 1. 1.

Histological Typing of Intestinal Tumours

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This classification is based primarily on the microscopic characteris tics of tumours. It is therefore concerned with the identification of cell types and histological patterns as seen by conventional light micro scopy. In general, time-honoured terms have been retained. Syn onyms are listed only if they have been widely used or if they are con sidered to be important for understanding the disease process. In such cases, the preferred term is given first, followed by the synonym in parentheses. The individuality of a tumour manifests itself principally in its histological appearance and the extent of spread at the time of diag nosis. This volume is concerned only with the histological classific ation of tumours. Anatomical extent or staging is covered in the TNM Classification.! The histological classification of a tumour de pends on two main parameters, typing and grading, and a number of additional parameters which may apply to selected examples. Histological Typing This divides tumours of a given organ into different types according to their direction of differentiation. Although this may frequently in dicate the underlying histogenesis of the tumour, it may be difficult or impossible to identify the cell of origin. Note is taken of the structure and function of cell types, as well as the overall growth pattern of the tumour, with the aim of matching these features to those of a normal tissue found in the same organ.

Histological Typing of Soft Tissue Tumours

Author : S.W. Weiss
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The publication in the series are not intended to serve as textbooks, but rather to promote the adoption of a uniform terminology that will facilitatecommunication among cancer workers. For this reason, the literature references have intentionally been omitted and readers should refer to standard works for bibliographics.

Histological Typing of Tumours of the Exocrine Pancreas

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In Collaboration with Pathologists in 7 Countries

Histological Typing of Female Genital Tract Tumours

Author : R.E. Scully
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The task of updating the classification was given to the Classification and Nomenclature Committee of the International Society of Gynecological Pathologists and its four subcommittees. This classification reflects the present state of knowledge and modifications are almost certain to be needed as experience accumulates. Since many of the tumours and tumour-like conditions in the classification occur in several sites in the female genital tract, cross-referencing from one site to another has been done in illustrating these lesions.

Ackerman s Surgical Pathology

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Current Catalog

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First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.

National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

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