Progress in Pathology:
This fifth volume in an established series builds upon the success of previous volumes and presents a series of cutting-edge reports on the latest advances in pathology. The editors have brought together a team of expert contributors from around the world to present concise reviews of some of the most exciting recent developments in pathology practice and to point to possible future developments and applications of key techniques. Fully illustrated throughout, in colour where appropriate, this book is essential reading for all trainee and practising pathologists across the full spectrum of pathological sub-specialties.
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