Molecular Pathology of Lung Diseases by Philip T. Cagle MD (auth.), Dani S. Zander MD, Helmut H.

By Philip T. Cagle MD (auth.), Dani S. Zander MD, Helmut H. Popper MD, Jaishree Jagirdar MD, Abida K. Haque MD, Philip T. Cagle MD, Roberto Barrios MD (eds.)

Molecular Pathology of Lung illnesses, the 1st quantity within the Molecular Pathology Library sequence below the sequence editorship of Philip T. Cagle, MD offers a bridge among medical pulmonary pathology and easy molecular technology. it truly is designed to supply a realistic disease-based evaluate that would be beneficial to pathologists, pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons and different health and wellbeing care prone drawn to lung disease.

The first sections of the quantity give you the reader with basic options, terminology and systems in molecular pathology. the rest of the amount is subdivided into neoplastic and non-neoplastic lung ailments with designated chapters protecting the present molecular pathology of particular diseases.

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