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Atlas of Gynaecological Pathology

  • H. Fox
  • C. H. Buckley

Part of the Current Histopathology book series (CUHI, volume 5)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-9
  2. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 11-14
  3. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 15-18
  4. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 19-23
  5. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 25-29
  6. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 31-34
  7. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 35-38
  8. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 43-46
  9. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 47-50
  10. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 51-54
  11. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 55-58
  12. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 59-62
  13. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 63-66
  14. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 67-70
  15. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 71-75
  16. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 77-81
  17. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 87-90
  18. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 99-102
  19. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 103-106
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    Pages 107-110
  21. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 111-114
  22. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 115-118
  23. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 119-122
  24. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 123-126
  25. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 127-131
  26. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 133-137
  27. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 139-142
  28. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 143-146
  29. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 147-151
  30. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 153-157
  31. H. Fox, C. H. Buckley
    Pages 159-162
  32. Back Matter
    Pages 163-166

About this book

Introduction

course, also aware that many who use this volume One in every three slides examined by a general diagnostic pathologist in the United Kingdom, and will be well familiar with the classical, or 'textbook', in most other countries, comes from a gynaecological appearances of most of the more common conditions patient. Few pathologists can hope, therefore, to and have therefore often chosen an example which, escape a constant exposure to gynaecological path­ whilst being typical, is not necessarily classical. ology, and it is the aim of this atlas to lessen the We have deliberately chosen not to include any difficulties of this diagnostic burden by acting as an illustrations of gross specimens. This is partly because illustrated guide to the histological diagnosis of of ou r view that such illustrations are of I ittle real value female genital tract abnormalities. to any but the least experienced of pathologists, and Gynaecological pathology does, however, pose a partly because their inclusion would have narrowed number of specific problems: the range and scope of still further our selection of histological figures.

Keywords

pathology

Authors and affiliations

  • H. Fox
    • 1
  • C. H. Buckley
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PathologyUniversity of ManchesterManchesterUK

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-015-7312-2
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1983
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-015-7314-6
  • Online ISBN 978-94-015-7312-2
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