PART 1 - GENERAL FEATURES
1. Epidemiology of sinonasal tumors 2. Imaging of sinonasal tumors 3. Molecular pathology of sinonasal tumors 4. Clinical aspects and surgical treatment
PART 2 - HISTOPATHOLOGY SINONASAL TUMOR-LIKE LESIONS
5. Histopathology Sinonasal Tumor-like Lesions
PART 3 - SINONASAL TUMORS
6. Epithelial Tumors 7. Mesenchymal Tumors 8. Neuroectodermal/melanocytic tumors 9. Haematolymphoid tumors 10. Germ cell tumors 11. Metastatic tumors
This book provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the field of diagnostic histopathology of sinonasal tumors and tumor-like lesions. It includes well-known and recently described structures, focusing on their epidemiological, clinical, radiological, and molecular features. It also discusses the latest surgical and medical treatment of these tumors. Primarily written for pathologists and pathology residents, the topics discussed make it a valuable resource for head and neck surgeons, radiologists, oncologists, and other clinical physicians.
Written by experts in the field, this book further our understanding of the pathology of sinonasal tumors.
Alessandro Franchi is Professor of Pathology at the University of Florence, Italy. Since starting his career as a surgical pathologist, he has focused on the field of head and neck pathology. He has authored and co-authored 70 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals on this topic, as well as a number of book chapters. He has contributed to several chapters of the 4th Edition of the WHO Classification of Head and Neck Tumors, and is a co-editor of the book "Pathology of the Head and neck 2nd edition (Springer, in production). He has given more than 200 presentations at national and international congresses. Professor Franchi is a member of several societies. He is past-Chairman of the Head and Neck Working Group of the European Society of Pathology (ESP).