Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ben J. Glasgow, Robert Y. Foos.|
|Contributions||Foos, Robert Y., 1922-|
|LC Classifications||RE66.5 .G58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||92019272|
This atlas of cytopathology and fine needle aspiration of the eye and orbit is a comprehensive guide to pathologic lesions, important in eye cytology. Photographs familiarize pathologists and ophthalmologists with exfoliative ocular, intraocular and orbital cytology. Ocular cytology is a highly specialized and challenging field to most general cytopathologists when encountered by the various types of ocular cytopathology specimens. The anatomy and conditions affecting the eye are unique, underscoring the enhanced need for clinicopathologic correlation and communication with the surgeon while processing and. Ocular cytopathology: A primer for the generalist Nora MV Laver, MDn Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts article info abstra ct Keywords: The cytomorphological features of normal ocular structures compared to those found in Eye diagnostic samples from the anterior and posterior segments of the eye are discussed. The cytomorphological features of normal ocular structures compared to those found in diagnostic samples from the anterior and posterior segments of the eye are .
Although the eye is readily accessible for sampling, little attention has been paid to ophthalmic cytopathology. 10 There are very few published reports describing the cytology of OSSN, and the most comprehensive of these involve conjunctival scrapings from a relatively low number of cases. Impression cytology (IC) is gaining increasing acceptance as a routine clinical test that can be. Description BMA Medical Book Awards Highly Commended in Pathology Category! Comprehensive, yet concise and clinically oriented, the new edition of Ocular Pathology brings you the very latest advances of every aspect of ocular pathology. Acinic cell carcinoma, cytological findings -- Acute thyroiditis, cytological findings -- Adenoid cystic carcinoma, cytological findings -- Adnexal tumours of the orbit and ocular adnexa -- Adrenal myelolipoma, cytological findings -- Adrenocortical tumors, cytological findings -- Anaplastic carcinoma of thyroid, cytological findings -- Angiomyolipoma, cytological findings -- Apocrine. About this book. Introduction. This textbook approaches the study of critical care with teaching in mind. In medicine “teachable moments” usually occur in clinical context, where the engagement in a real case exemplifies principles of diagnosis or therapy. In order to replicate the teaching method, selected cases are presented within each.
The average adult eye measures about 25 mm horizontally, 23 mm vertically, and 21–26 mm antero-posteriorly. The lacrimal gland is located superolaterally in the orbit. The sclera, or outer coat of the eye seen anteriorly as the white of the eye, encircles the entirety of the eye except anteriorly, where it is continuous with the cornea. The most influential and frequently cited pathology classic is now in its Fifth Edition, with thoroughly revised chapters and over 3, brand-new full-color illustrations. This two-volume work provides comprehensive, current information on the principles and techniques of cytopathology and the cytologic evaluation of benign and malignant disorders at every anatomic site/5(2). introduction of cytopathology 1. Definition of cytopathology Cytopathology is the study of normal and abnormal exfoliated cells in tissue fluid. The individual cells reflect the normal and abnormal morphology of the tissue from which they are derived. 2. In this book, the author has described general cytology, clinical cytology (exfoliative cytology and fine needle aspiration cytology), and laboratory techniques in cytology. This book contains all the recent information in the field of cytology including most recent .