Part of the Recent Results in Cancer Research book series (RECENTCANCER, volume 133)
Current Status of Diagnostic Cytology
The field of diagnostic cytology can be divided into three areas: cancer detection, cancer diagnosis, and cancer research. I shall discuss all three of them in sequence.
KeywordsCancer Detection Uterine Cervix Aspiration Biopsy Pleomorphic Adenoma Precancerous Lesion
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