About this book
- Has set the standard for which all other pathology texts strive to achieve
- Third edition has been thoroughly updated to cover newly recognized entities and the latest advances in molecular diagnostic techniques
- Abundantly illustrated with more than 2,000 color illustrations
Dail and Hammar’s Pulmonary Pathology has established itself as the definitive reference in the field. This third edition is now a two-volume, full color text led by Dr. Tomashefksi, as Editor-in-Chief and Drs. Cagle, Farver, and Fraire as Associate Editors. The new editorial board has continued to build upon the excellence Dail and Hammar achieved in the previous editions by reorganizing, expanding and substantially revising the text.
This authoritative reference work has been thoroughly updated to cover newly recognized entities and the latest advances in molecular diagnostic techniques. Abundantly illustrated with more than 2000 full color illustrations, this outstanding contribution to pathology literature is a must-have for the library of every surgical and pulmonary pathologist. It has set the standard for which all other pathology texts strive to achieve.
From the reviews of the Second Edition:
Pulmonary Pathology deserves the stature it has acquired of late as the preeminent clinicopathologic textbook on diseases of the lung. American Journal of Clinical Pathology
Written for: Pathologists, pathology residents and fellows, pulmonologists
- Molecular Genetics
Table of contents
Volume 2: Lymphoproliferative Diseases.- Molecular Genetics of Lung and Pleural Neoplasms.- Pre-invasive Disease.- Common Non-small Cell Carcinomas and Their Variants.- Neuroenocrine Carcinomas.- Sarcomatoid Carcinoma: Pleomorphic Carcinoma, Spindle Cell Carcinoma, Giant Cell Carcinoma, Carcinosarcoma and pulmonary Blastoma.- Tracheobronchial (Salivary) Type Gland Tumors.- Mesenchymal Tumors - Part I: Tumors of Fibrous, Fibrohistiocytic and Muscle Origin.- Mesenchymal Tumors - Part II: Tumors of Hamartomatous, Osteochondromatous, Lipomatous, Neural and Vascular Origin.- Miscellaneous Tumors and Tumor-like Proliferations of the Lung.- Pediatric Tumors.- Neoplasms of the Pleura.- Metastases to and from the Lung.- Cytopathology of Pulmonary Neoplasia.- Index.