Lester J Layfield MD FASCP
Professor and Chairman, Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, USA
Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is a popular and effective technique for quick tissue diagnosis. It is used to investigate superficial lumps or masses that are just under the skin.
This atlas is a practical guide to fine need aspiration cytology for trainees and pathologists. Beginning with an introduction to its clinical use and techniques, the following chapters examine the procedure in all anatomical regions of the body, including lung and pleura, breast, liver, kidney and musculoskeletal system. A complete chapter is dedicated to its use for paediatric tumours.
The book covers both rare and common neoplastic lesions, with key features listed in tabular form for each one.
Written by a recognised expert from the University of Missouri, the atlas is highly illustrated with colour images that present cytological features as well as relevant immunohistochemical and molecular findings
- Practical guide to fine needle aspiration cytology for trainees and pathologists
- Covers all anatomical regions
- Complete chapter dedicated to paediatric tumours
- Authored by recognised expert from University of Missouri
Table of Contents
1. Clinical Utility, Technique and Ancillary Studies
2. Head & Neck and Salivary Gland
3. Fine Needle Aspiration of Thyroid
5. Lung and Pleura
6. The Breast
7. Fine Needle Aspiration of Lymphoid Lesions
9. Pancreas Cytology
10. Kidney and Adrenal
11. Male and Female Genital Tracts
12. Musculoskeletal System
13. Pediatric Tumors
14. Skin and Superficial Subcutaneous Tissue