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by P. Pfitzer,E. Grundmann
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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    P. Pfitzer,E. Grundmann
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    Springer-Verlag; 1 edition (December 1993)
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The field of diagnostic cytology can be divided into three areas: cancer detection, cancer diagnosis, and cancer . In: Pfitzer . Grundmann E. (eds) Current Status of Diagnostic Cytology.

I shall discuss all three of them in sequence.

Ausbildungsprobleme Cancer Screening DNA Diagnostic Cytology Methods of Diagnostic Cytology biology cancer carcinoma cytology cytopathology microscopy pathology regulation screening tumor. 2. nstitute for Cytopathology Center for PathologyHeinrich Heine UniversityDüsseldorfGermany.

Table of contents (20 chapters). Current Status of Diagnostic Cytology

Current Status of Diagnostic Cytology. Table of contents (20 chapters). Current Status of Diagnostic Cytology.

The reader will be informed on the range of modern development in diagnostic cytology as a diagnostic method.

Diagnostic cytology, however, developed slowly over a whole century, mainly in differentiating malignant from benign cells from various tissues.

Select Format: Hardcover. Diagnostic cytology, however, developed slowly over a whole century, mainly in differentiating malignant from benign cells from various tissues. The decisive step in this development was the intensive investigation of one local­ ization by Papanicolaou: The application of cytology for screening in the field of gynecologic oncology made it an acknowledged technique.

Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag; 1993. To compare the results of conventional cytology, DNA image cytometry, immunocytochemistry and argyrophilic nucleolar organizer region (AgNOR) analysis for the diagnosis of malignant cells in serous effusions. One hundred twenty effusions, 40 with carcinoses, 40 with malignant mesotheliomas and 40 without tumor cells on follow-up were studied by conventional cytology and three adjunctive methods.

Recent Results Cancer Res. 1993;133:17-21. Current status of diagnostic cytology in Germany. Müller HA1. Author information. 1. Pathologisches Institut, Universität Würzburg, Fed. Rep. of Germany.

cle{, title {Current status of diagnostic cytology in Germany. Fortschritte der Krebsforschung. Progres dans les recherches sur le cancer}, year {1993}, volume {133}, pages {. 17-21 } }. Helmut A. Mueller.

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Current Status of Diagnostic Cytology The book summarizes the actual situation and the impendent problems of an important, effective and not expensive technique. The organization and education in the different regions of the western world, stressing especially central Europe are discussed. The reader will be informed on the range of modern development in diagnostic cytology as a diagnostic method.