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“This textbook, aimed to provide the reader with an exhaustive update, even if some points-of-view could be construed as controversial. … The role of the pathologist was described in a very well-illustrated chapter that presents various pathological features, while the need of effective collaboration with clinicians was also underscored by the authors. … Most urologists will find valuable information in this outstanding textbook, which is undoubtedly useful for their practice.” (European Urology Today, June-July, 2013)
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