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Surgical pathology of the mediastinum

Marchevsky, Alberto M.

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ISBN 10: 0881670057 / ISBN 13: 9780881670059
Published by Raven, New York, 1984
Condition: Near Fine Hardcover
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Near fine with former owner's name stamped on inside front, title page, inside back, and foredge. Front end sheet glued to half title page during manufacture, but does not detract from appearance of the book, use or content. Dust jacket is in fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # b1896

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Title: Surgical pathology of the mediastinum

Publisher: Raven, New York

Publication Date: 1984

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

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Completely updated, this new second edition reflects the recent changes in the pathology, biology, surgery and other aspect of the thymus gland and other mediastinal organs relevant to pathologists. Supplemented by over 300 figures, this book covers selected cases from over 1000 mediastinal lesions from the authors' files. Incorporating the new information on the subject into this second edition has yielded a book which aims to remain faithful to the original concept of providing a concise, yet comprehensive, monograph about the surgical pathology of the mediastinum. This revised, updated second edition of this reference provides a contemporary approach to the diagnosis of mediastinal lesions, integrating new pathologic, biologic, radiologic, and clinical data on the entire spectrum of diseases affecting the thymus and other mediastinal organs. This new edition offers coverage of the normal thymus gland, thymic hyperplasia and dysplasia, the thymus in myasthenia gravis, and thymomas and other thymic neoplasms. The chapter on mediastinal lymphadenopathies has been completely rewritten by Dr. Jonathan W. Said, a leading expert on malignant lymphomas.

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