- Author:Harold O. Conn,Gerald Klatskin
- Publisher:Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 8, 1993)
- Pages:768 pages
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The book consists of two volumes: text and photomicrographs.
The book consists of two volumes: text and photomicrographs. Volume I features 27 chapters detailing the techniques of liver biopsy; the production of microscopic slides; detailed discussions of the diseases of the liver; AIDS; and liver transplantation. Volume II presents more than 1100 corresponding color photomicrographs.
Gerald Klatskin, Harold O. Conn. This is the definitive reference work on the histopathology of disease affecting the liver. No other work provides such a detailed discussion of the subjects or such ample color illustrations of the diseases and their variations. The book consists of two volumes: text and photomicrographs. The book provides a useful description and analysis of the cellular and tissue patterns of disease in the liver as seen through the microscope. This will be the definitive reference work on the histopathology of disease affecting the liver. No other work provides such a detailed discussion of the subjects or such ample color illustrations of the diseases and. Authoritative, well-written and meticulously organized, this will be an invaluable sourcebook for hepatologists, gastroenterologists, and pathologists. It will provide an uncomparably useful description and analysis of the cellular and tissue patterns of disease in the liver as seen through the mircroscope. ISBN13: 9780195043938.
Keywords Gerald Klatskin, physician, Klatskin tumor, history, hepatology Dr. Harold Conn would nish the project, and the histological atlas of diseases of th. .
Keywords Gerald Klatskin, physician, Klatskin tumor, history, hepatology. Dr. Gerald Klatskin was born in New York City on 5 May 1910 to Archibald and Celia (Golubowski) Klatskin. Harold Conn would nish the project, and the histological atlas of diseases of the liver would be published posthumously in 1993. 1 A permanent library in Klatskin’s name holds the collection of koda-chromes from his initial biopsy attempts.
Histopathology of the liver. By Gerald Klatskin and Harold 0. New York, Oxford University Press, 1993. 735 pp. in two volumes, illustrated. When Gerald Klatskin joined Yale's Department of Medicine at the end of World War II he set up a unit for the study of diseases of the liver, bringing to that project his skillful clinical approach, plus the diagnostic technique of percutaneous liver biopsy. The biopsy specimens were processed and examined in his own laboratory. This project con-tinued without diversion until his retirement thirty-four years later.
Dr. Christopher Fletchers renowned reference provides the advanced, expert guidance you need to evaluate and interpret even the most challenging histopathology specimens more quickly and accurately. A must-have for any practising surgical pathologist. I would highly recommend this text to any neuropathologist to aide their day to day practice.
Histopathology of the Liver - Volume I and II. By G Klatskin, H 0 Conn. The book is about surgical treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and there are three contributors. Pp 735; illustrated; £150. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993. But Gerald Klatskin and Harold Conn's textbook con-. stitutes a very unique contribution to hepa-tology, which in my view escapes this rule. JAWS makes the major contribution on the surgical treatment of Crohn's disease, Devinder Kumar con-tributes on surgery for ulcerative colitis, and Bob Allan writes about the aetiology of inflammatory bowel disease and follow up.
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