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by Amy Noffsinger,Cecilia M. Fenoglio-Preiser,Dipen Maru,Norman Gilinsky
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  • Author:
    Amy Noffsinger,Cecilia M. Fenoglio-Preiser,Dipen Maru,Norman Gilinsky
  • ISBN:
    1933477032
  • ISBN13:
    978-1933477039
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    Amer Registry of Pathology; 1 edition (April 1, 2008)
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    831 pages
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Gastrointestinal Diseases - Atlas of Nontumor Pathology 1 (Hardback). Amy Noffsinger (author), Cecilia M. Fenoglio-Preiser (author), Dipen Maru (author). It is, for the most part, organised by category of disease rather than by anatomic site. This approach allows for comprehensive coverage of each entity and avoids redundant descriptions of lesions that occur in multiple regions of the gastrointestinal tract.

Arnold: Atlas of Gastrointestinal Pathology: A Pattern Based Approach to Non-Neoplastic .

Showing 20 distinct works. Gastrointestinal Pathology: An Atlas and Text by. Cecilia M. Fenoglio-Preiser, Amy E. Noffsinger. Grant N. Stemmermann. Fenoglio-Preiser (Author), D Maru (Author). Published: December 1, 2007. The purpose of the atlas is to provide surgical pathologists with ready expert material most helpful in their daily practice. The lesions described relate principally to medical non-neoplastic conditions. Histopathology - Gastrointestinal. Atlas of Nontumor Pathology S.

Amy E. Noffsinger is the author of Fenoglio-Preiser's Gastrointestinal Pathology . Gastrointestinal Diseases (Atlas Of Nontumor Pathology).

Gastrointestinal Diseases (Atlas Of Nontumor Pathology).

Fenoglio-Preiser’s Pathology. Preceded by Gastrointestinal pathology : an atlas and text, Cecilia M. Fenoglio-Preise. .

The book integrates pathologic analyses of specimens with anatomic, clinical, radiologic, pathophysiologic, and microbiologic information to give readers a clear understanding of each disease process. The outstanding selection of over 3,000 illustrations includes gross and microscopic photographs, electron micrographs, radiographs, and line drawings.

Atlas of Gastrointestinal Pathology Effectively evaluate challenging GI biopsies with Atlas of Gastrointestinal .

Atlas of Gastrointestinal Pathology. A Pattern Based Approach to Non-Neoplastic Biopsies. The best part of the book is the generosity of the number of images (more than 1,100!)' 'enables readers to think smarter and faster with respect to the differential diagnosis. above and beyond expectations of a gastrointestinal pathology atlas' 'offers the most realistic approach to simulating the real-world sign-out experience with less than ideal images and a number.

This book covers the entire spectrum of non-neoplastic diseases within the gastrointestinal (GI) tract including new entities, recent developments, and questions that arise in the practice of GI pathology

This book covers the entire spectrum of non-neoplastic diseases within the gastrointestinal (GI) tract including new entities, recent developments, and questions that arise in the practice of GI pathology. This book is extensively illustrated with both gross and microscopic images that act as an integral part of the information provided in the text.

This Fascicle is devoted to benign gastrointestinal diseases and provides an in-depth discussion of many lesions, both common and uncommon. This volume is, for the most part, organized by category of disease rather than by anatomic site. This approach allows for comprehensive coverage of each entity and avoids redundant descriptions of lesions that occur in multiple regions of the gastrointestinal tract. Each disease entity is discussed from the point of view of its demographics, pathophysiology, clinical features, gross and microscopic pathology, and treatment. The text is heavily illustrated with diagrams and gross and microscopic photographs. Because of the extreme importance of clinical and endoscopic correlation with interpretation of gastrointestinal pathologic specimens, an actively practicing gastroenterologist has been included among the authors. He has added endoscopic pictures and provides clinical insights critical to the understanding of gastrointestinal diseases. In many areas, the authors refer to animal models of disease since these have become powerful tools for understanding gastrointestinal diseases. They also discuss some of the molecular alterations that are present as these provide an understanding of the pathophysiology of the disease. Finally, the authors discuss the genetic predispositions to gastrointestinal diseases that occur as a result of genetic loss, mutation, overexpression of genes, or genetic polymorphisms.