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This highly illustrated, diagnostic guidebook provides a single comprehensive source of essential information to enable non–specialists to diagnose lymph node and related diseases with confidence. The text is didactic and practical, covering reactive as well as malignant conditions. Diagnosis of Lymphoproliferative Diseases approaches the disorders based on the WHO classification and is edited by members of the WHO panel for the classification of lymphomas.
This second edition contains over 1000 high quality, digitised colour images and tables of essential criteria for each diagnosis.
Authors: Ilaslan, Hakan, Sundaram, MuraliDevoted to the normal and abnormal MRI appearances of bone marrow in the axial and appendicular skeleton of adults and childrenDocuments normal MRI findings and variantsPresents MRI appearances in the entire spectrum of neoplastic and non-neoplastic infiltrative marrow disordersDisplays changes to bone marrow following various forms of treatmentThis comprehensive atlas is unique in being devoted to the MRI appearances of bone marrow in the axial and appendicular skeleton of adults and children.
A concise full-color review of the mechanisms of blood diseases and disorders – based on a Harvard Medical School hematology course2015 Doody’s Core Title!4 STAR DOODY’S REVIEW!"This is a superb book. Deceptively small, yet packs a wallop. The emphasis on principles instead of practice is welcome….The text is clear, concise, and surprisingly approachable for what could have been a very dense and dry discussion. I could not put this book down and read it entirely in one sitting. When was the last time anyone found a hematology textbook so riveting?"–Doody’s Review ServiceHematological Pathophysiology is a well-illustrated, easy-to-absorb introduction to the physiological principles underlying the regulation and function of blood cells and hemostasis, as well as the pathophysiologic mechanisms responsible for the development of blood disorders.
Postgraduate Haematology provides up–to–date knowledge of the pathogenesis, clinical and laboratory features, management and treatment of a wide range of blood and bone marrow disorders in a concise and user friendly style. Up–to–date knowledge of the pathogenesis, clinical and laboratory features and management of all blood disordersNew sections reflect advances in the specialty, e.g. knowledge gained from new generation sequencing, latest anticoagulant drugs, diagnostic laboratory tools, and treatment strategiesSuperb four–color illustrations and photomicrographs of blood cells and tissues throughoutIncludes algorithms to aid with decision–making for treatmentCompanion website incorporating interactive MCQs to aid with exam preparation, figures for download and full chapters
Written by a team of international experts, this book provides an authoritative overview and practical guide to the molecular biology and genetic basis of haematologic cancers including leukemia. Focusing on the importance of cytogenetics and related assays, both as diagnostic tools and as a basis for translational research, this is an invaluable guide for basic and clinical researchers with an interest in medical genetics and haemato-oncology. The Genetic Basis of Haematological Cancers reviews the etiology and significance of genetic and epigenetic defects that occur in malignancies of the haematopoietic system.
After a decade of tremendous progress in the diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to malignant lymphoma, optimal treatment strategies are now based not only on accurate diagnosis but also on thorough evaluation of clinical and molecular risk factors.
Because of progress in immunology, specifically the discovery of the B- and T-lymphocyte systems, it was imperative to rethink the concepts of malignant lymphomas, which resulted in the development of new lymphoma classifications. One of these was the Kiel classification, proposed by the European Lymphoma Club in 1974.
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