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Medicine - Pathology | Histopathology Reporting - Guidelines for Surgical Cancer (Reviews)

Histopathology Reporting

Guidelines for Surgical Cancer

Allen, Derek C

3rd ed. 2013, XLVI, 440 p. 136 illus.

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From the reviews of the third edition:

“Dr Allen’s book … aims to ‘equip the consultant and trainee pathologist with a summary of the key clinical, pathological and scientific knowledge relevant to any particular cancer type, with the safeguarding of consistent and high quality histopathology reports’. … This is an invaluable desk book for all histopathologists, whether they are just starting out in their careers or are well-established specialists.” (Abbie Pugh, Bulletin of the Royal College of Pathologists, Vol. 166, April, 2014)

“This book briefly describes the correct reporting of various surgical cancer specimens according to current published standards. The purpose is to equip pathologists to report on surgical cancer specimens in a timely, accurate, and reproducible manner. … Residents and practitioners of pathology are the intended audience. … The best aspect of the book is the consistent format it uses throughout, which allows for rapid referencing when a reporting question arises in practice. … It also has helpful pictures demonstrating the proper staging of a specimen.” (James W. Bush, Doody’s Book Reviews, January, 2014)



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