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Cytopathology : An Introduction

By: Sheaff, Michael T.
Contributor(s): Singh, Naveena.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013Description: 1 online resource (486 p.).ISBN: 9781447124191.Subject(s): Cytodiagnosis | Pathology, Cellular | PathologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Cytopathology : An IntroductionDDC classification: 611.01815 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cytopathology; Copyright Page; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; 1: The Brain and Cerebrospinal Fluid; Introduction; Screening; Sampling Technique and Delivery onto Slide (Including Imprints, Scrapes, Aspirates, Direct or Liquid Based); Slide Preparation; Cell Blocks; Routine Stains; Adequacy; Special Stains (See Table 1.2); Immunocytochemistry; More Specialized Techniques; Reporting Categories; QA Internationally; Automation; Cell Anatomy (Normal); Degenerative and/or Reactive Cellular Changes
General Features of Cells That Are Seen with Malignancy (When Compared to Reactive or Degenerate Cells)Structural Changes in Cells That Suggest Malignancy to the Microscopist (After Papanicolaou); Difficulties and Sources of Error in General; Useful Resources and Suggested Reading; 2: The Brain and Cerebrovascular Fluid; Introduction; Anatomy and Physiology of the CSF; Clinical Indications; Specimen Handling; Normal Fluid Findings; Inflammatory/Infective Conditions; Other Tests on CSF; Neoplasia; Leukemia; Lymphoma; Metastatic Tumors to the CNS; Primary Tumors; Other Conditions and Cell Types
Sensitivity and SpecificityAspiration of "Cysts"; Brain Smears; Technical Methods and Smear Technique; Normal Appearances; Reactive/Gliosis; Inflammation, Infarction, or Demyelination; Tumors; Types of Primary Tumor; Primary or Systemic Hematological Neoplasms; Metastatic Tumors; Local Tumors with Direct Invasion of the Brain and Spinal Cord; Resources and Suggested Reading; 3: The Respiratory Tract; Introduction; General Preparation Techniques; Collection Methods; Nasal Secretions; Sputum; Lower Respiratory Tract Samples; Bronchoscopy; Bronchial Brushings; Bronchial Washings
Bronchoalveolar LavageTransbronchial Fine Needle Aspiration (TBNA); Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided FNAs; Percutaneous FNA; Normal Anatomy of the Respiratory Tract; Histology; Normal Constituents of Cytological Respiratory Tract Samples (More or Less Depending on the Type of Sample); Nonneoplastic Reactive Changes; Hyperplastic Changes; Metaplastic Changes; Reparative Changes; Inflammation; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease; Bronchiectasis; Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS); Radiation; Drug-Induced Changes; Other Noninfective Inflammatory and Immunological Disorders; Infections
VirusesFungi; Parasites; Transplantation; Pediatric Practice; Tumor-like Lesions; Extramedullary Hematopoiesis; Endometriosis; Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumor; Amyloidosis; Malakoplakia; Classification of Tumors; Squamous Cell Carcinoma; Adenocarcinoma; Neuroendocrine Tumors; Large Cell Undifferentiated Carcinoma; Other Primary Carcinomas; Sarcomatoid Carcinomas; Sarcomas; Metastases from Lung Cancers; Metastases to the Lung; Uncommon Tumors; Lymphoproliferative Disorders; Molecular Analyses; Mediastinal Lesions; Thymoma; Useful Resources and Suggested Reading; 4: Serous Fluids
Structure and Function of Serosal Surfaces
Summary: This succinct book guides the trainee through the hurdles of fledgling cytology practice and can also be used throughout the career as an aide memoire by the more experienced. Whilst there are several well established and excellent textbooks on general cytology, these are by and large reference books rather than bench books that can lie beside each individual trainee's microscope and be resourced continually before and during each case. With numerous illustrations to enthuse the reader and make cytological practice a more enjoyable and educational experience, the book also highlights points of
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Cytopathology; Copyright Page; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; 1: The Brain and Cerebrospinal Fluid; Introduction; Screening; Sampling Technique and Delivery onto Slide (Including Imprints, Scrapes, Aspirates, Direct or Liquid Based); Slide Preparation; Cell Blocks; Routine Stains; Adequacy; Special Stains (See Table 1.2); Immunocytochemistry; More Specialized Techniques; Reporting Categories; QA Internationally; Automation; Cell Anatomy (Normal); Degenerative and/or Reactive Cellular Changes

General Features of Cells That Are Seen with Malignancy (When Compared to Reactive or Degenerate Cells)Structural Changes in Cells That Suggest Malignancy to the Microscopist (After Papanicolaou); Difficulties and Sources of Error in General; Useful Resources and Suggested Reading; 2: The Brain and Cerebrovascular Fluid; Introduction; Anatomy and Physiology of the CSF; Clinical Indications; Specimen Handling; Normal Fluid Findings; Inflammatory/Infective Conditions; Other Tests on CSF; Neoplasia; Leukemia; Lymphoma; Metastatic Tumors to the CNS; Primary Tumors; Other Conditions and Cell Types

Sensitivity and SpecificityAspiration of "Cysts"; Brain Smears; Technical Methods and Smear Technique; Normal Appearances; Reactive/Gliosis; Inflammation, Infarction, or Demyelination; Tumors; Types of Primary Tumor; Primary or Systemic Hematological Neoplasms; Metastatic Tumors; Local Tumors with Direct Invasion of the Brain and Spinal Cord; Resources and Suggested Reading; 3: The Respiratory Tract; Introduction; General Preparation Techniques; Collection Methods; Nasal Secretions; Sputum; Lower Respiratory Tract Samples; Bronchoscopy; Bronchial Brushings; Bronchial Washings

Bronchoalveolar LavageTransbronchial Fine Needle Aspiration (TBNA); Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided FNAs; Percutaneous FNA; Normal Anatomy of the Respiratory Tract; Histology; Normal Constituents of Cytological Respiratory Tract Samples (More or Less Depending on the Type of Sample); Nonneoplastic Reactive Changes; Hyperplastic Changes; Metaplastic Changes; Reparative Changes; Inflammation; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease; Bronchiectasis; Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS); Radiation; Drug-Induced Changes; Other Noninfective Inflammatory and Immunological Disorders; Infections

VirusesFungi; Parasites; Transplantation; Pediatric Practice; Tumor-like Lesions; Extramedullary Hematopoiesis; Endometriosis; Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumor; Amyloidosis; Malakoplakia; Classification of Tumors; Squamous Cell Carcinoma; Adenocarcinoma; Neuroendocrine Tumors; Large Cell Undifferentiated Carcinoma; Other Primary Carcinomas; Sarcomatoid Carcinomas; Sarcomas; Metastases from Lung Cancers; Metastases to the Lung; Uncommon Tumors; Lymphoproliferative Disorders; Molecular Analyses; Mediastinal Lesions; Thymoma; Useful Resources and Suggested Reading; 4: Serous Fluids

Structure and Function of Serosal Surfaces

This succinct book guides the trainee through the hurdles of fledgling cytology practice and can also be used throughout the career as an aide memoire by the more experienced. Whilst there are several well established and excellent textbooks on general cytology, these are by and large reference books rather than bench books that can lie beside each individual trainee's microscope and be resourced continually before and during each case. With numerous illustrations to enthuse the reader and make cytological practice a more enjoyable and educational experience, the book also highlights points of

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<p>Michael T. Sheaff is a Consultant Histocytopathologist at Barts Health NHS Trust and has been the lead clinician for cytology for over 10 years. He is also an honorary Professor in Diagnostic Pathology with Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. In addition to reporting the general gynecological and non-gynecological cytology work he has developed specialist interests in the fields of skin, colposcopy, renal and thoracic pathology (the latter including a particular interest in mesothelioma).</p> <p>Naveena Singh is a Consultant Histo- and Cytopathologist at Barts Health NHS Trust with specialist interests in gynecological histopathology and cytology. In addition to routine cytology, gynecological and non-gynecological, she is one of a team of consultants who offer a rapid diagnostic service for symptomatic and screen-detected breast lesions at 'one-stop' clinics.</p>

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