1. General Considerations
2. Clinical Evaluation and Treatment of Soft Tissue Tumors
3. Radiologic Evaluation of Soft Tissue Tumors
4. The Molecular Genetic Pathology of Soft Tissue Tumors
5. Approach to the Diagnosis of Soft Tissue Tumors
6. Immunohistochemistry for Analysis of Soft Tissue Tumors
7. Benign Fibroblastic/Myofibroblastic Proliferations, Including Superficial Fibromatoses
8. Fibrous Tumors of Infancy and Childhood
9. Borderline and Malignant Fibroblastic/Myofibroblastic Tumors
10. Benign Fibrohistiocytic and Histiocytic Tumors
11. Fibrohistiocytic Tumors of Intermediate Malignancy
12. Undifferentiated Pleomorphic Sarcoma
13. Benign Lipomatous Tumors
15. Benign Tumors of Smooth Muscle
17. GIST and EGIST
20. Benign Vascular Tumors and Malformations
21. Hemangioendothelioma: Vascular Tumors of Intermediate Malignancy
22. Malignant Vascular Tumors
23. Tumors and Malformations of Lymphatic Vessels
24. Perivascular Tumors
25. Benign Tumors and Tumor-like Lesions of Synovial Tissue
26. Benign Tumors of Peripheral Nerves
27. Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumors
29. Soft Tissue Tumors Showing Melanocytic Differentiation
30. Cartilaginous and Osseous Soft Tissue Tumors
31. Miscellaneous Benign Soft Tissue Tumors and Pseudotumors
32. Soft Tissue Tumors of Intermediate Malignancy of Uncertain Type
33. Malignant Soft Tissue Tumors of Uncertain Type
Since its first publication more than 35 years ago, Enzinger and Weiss's Soft Tissue Tumors has established itself as the most comprehensive and authoritative reference available on soft tissue pathology. The 7th Edition from Drs. John R. Goldblum, Andrew L. Folpe, and Sharon W. Weiss, continues this tradition with detailed, well-written, logically organized coverage of the full spectrum of these often difficult and challenging tumors. It offers clear guidance to practicing and trainee pathologists on diagnosis of tumors by microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and molecular genetics, as well as a significant amount of clinically significant information of interest to the clinicians who most frequently see these diseases - dermatologists, orthopaedists, and oncologists.
- Offers practical information on differential diagnosis of tumors of the skeletal muscles, connective tissue, fat, and related structures, helping you accurately diagnose and confidently sign out pathology reports on even the most challenging cases.
- Provides unsurpassed scope and depth in this complex area with microscopic findings correlated with the latest developments in molecular biology, cytogenetics, and immunohistochemistry, for a comprehensive and integrated approach to evaluation and diagnosis.
- Incorporates new knowledge on recently identified entities, next-generation sequencing (NGS), molecular diagnostic techniques, and immunohistochemical and genetic features of soft tissue tumors, providing up-to-date diagnostic and prognostic information that will inform day-to-day therapeutic decisions.
- Features nearly 2,000 high-quality images that clearly capture the clinical, macroscopic and microscopic features of benign and malignant conditions, helping you relate these characteristics to their specific classifications.
- Utilizes a logical, well-structured format including summary outlines at the beginning of each chapter, a color-coded page design, and a consistent approach to every entity, enabling you to navigate the text quickly, improve turnaround time when diagnosing a specimen, and clearly report on the prognosis and therapeutic management options.
- Includes abundant algorithms, tables, and graphs to facilitate rapid decision making.
- Enhanced eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices
By John R. Goldblum, MD, FCAP, FASCP, FACG, Chairman of Pathology, Cleveland Clinic; Professor of Pathology, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio; Sharon W. Weiss, MD, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA and Andrew L. Folpe, MD, Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Director, Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology Fellowship, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN