in scope and easy to use,Atlas
of Gynecologic Surgical Pathology, 4th Edition, provides the current,
authoritative information you need to effectively sign out cases in female
genital pathology. In this 4th Edition, internationally renowned authors Drs.
Philip B. Clement and Robert H. Young are joined by new co-author Dr. Jennifer
Stall to continue this bestselling atlas's tradition of
of superb pathologic images, diagnostic pearls, and fully updated
contentmake this practical, bench-side resource ideal for
minimizing risks in reporting both routine and difficult cases.
▲ Comprehensively discusses thedifferential
diagnosisof female genital tract neoplasms and their many
mimics from the perspective of their varied microscopic features.
▲ Highlights important aspects of theclinical
background,including age of patient, history of other
tumors, and distribution of disease.
▲ Stresses helpful aspects ofgross
featuresand the importance ofthorough
▲ Emphasizes practically important,immunohistochemical
findingsrelevant to establishing the correct
aspectsof the entities discussed.
▲ Includes thelatest
classification and staging systemsfor gynecologic
diseases and disorders, with up-to-date information on staging.
of high-quality pathologic images, including new images contributed by Dr.
Jennifer Stall from her review of the late Dr. Robert E. Scully's vast
collection of cases.
listing differential diagnosesof each tumor and
tumor-like entity to help you identify key points to consider in problem
Enhanced eBook version included with purchase.Your
enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references
from the book on a variety of devices.
Author Information By
Philip B. Clement, MD, Consultant Pathologist, Department of Pathology,
Vancouver General Hospital; Emeritus Professor of Pathology, University of
British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada; Jennifer Stall, MD, Jennifer N. Stall, MD,
Pathologist, and Robert H. Young, MD, FRCPath, Pathologist, James Homer Wright
Pathology Laboratories, Massachusetts General Hospital; Robert E. Scully
Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
1. Non-neoplastic lesions and benign tumors of the vulva 1
2. Malignant tumors of the vulva 29
3. The vagina 53
4. Tumor-like lesions and benign tumors of the uterine cervix 73
5. Invasive squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix and its precursors 100
6. Adenocarcinomas of the cervix, related tumors, and their precursors
7. Non-neoplastic lesions of the uterine corpus 148
8. Endometrial hyperplasia and carcinoma 176
9. Mesenchymal and mixed epithelial-mesenchymal tumors of the uterine corpus
and cervix 218