By Jonathan I. Epstein, George J. Netto MD
With entry to 350 full-color illustrations you’ll examine firsthand the intricacies and nuances of the entire diversity of benign and malignant prostatic entities. The textual content also will leading you on tips on how to seriously use adjunctive assessments to either diagnose restricted prostate melanoma and steer clear of overdiagnosing mimickers of prostate melanoma.
In addition to bettering your diagnostic abilities, this booklet emphasizes the up to date Gleason grading approach that you should give you the such a lot actual prognostication on your biopsy reports.
Feel extra convinced with hard prostate biopsies; convey the easiest in prostate melanoma care through studying biopsy pathology interpretation.
- Updates at the Gleason Grading System
- Description of recent entities
- Updates at the use and pitfalls of immunohistochemistry in analysis of adenocarcinoma of the prostate together with using more moderen greater markers
- Updates to molecular findings of prostate melanoma and its influence on treatment and prognosis
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- A robust seek that attracts effects from content material within the booklet, your notes, or even the web
- Cross-linked pages, references, and extra for simple navigation
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- 1,600 extra images
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8). Though these lesions can assume a multitude of shapes, some of the more common shapes observed are those of wedge-shaped granulomas, ovoid granulomas, and long tortuous granulomas dissecting through the tissue (Fig. 9). The irregularity of their shapes also distinguishes these granulomas from infectious granulomas. Following transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP), nonspecific foreign body giant cell granulomas are frequently seen in addition to the characteristic necrobiotic granulomas (eFig.
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