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Ranchod Intraoperative Consultation in Surgical Pathology

Illustrated Surgical Pathology Series

ISBN: 978-0-521-89767-9

Erscheinungsdatum: November 2010

Einband: Hardcover

Seitenzahl: 320 p.

Illustrationen: 368 ill.

Verlag: Cambridge

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Beschreibung

Although frozen section diagnosis has been an integral part of surgical pathology for decades, this is the first textbook that offers a comprehensive clinicopathologic approach to the challenges of intraoperative consultation. Intraoperative diagnosis is challenging because of time constraints, sampling limitations, and the inability to perform a wide range of ancillary tests. Intraoperative Consultation in Surgical Pathology emphasizes the importance of clinical information, highlights the value of close collaboration with surgeons, and provides clear guidelines for the best way to examine specimens intraoperatively. Pathologists are then able to minimize error and diagnose with greater confidence. Most chapters in this book are co-authored by surgeons to ensure that their interests are represented. Essential reading for practising surgical pathologists, residents and fellows in pathology, this book will also be of value to fellows and surgeons in various surgical specialties who request intraoperative consultation.

• Clear statements of the clinical issues at stake for each of the subjects discussed - ensures pathologists understand clinicians’ needs

• Explores the strengths and limitations of the three common techniques used by pathologists for intraoperative diagnosis: gross examination, frozen section and cytologic techniques - comprehensive approach

• Emphasizes the importance of clear communication with the surgeon and offers guidelines for handling cases where a specific diagnosis cannot be made intraoperatively - practical, pragmatic approach