By The International Agency for Research on Cancer, R. DeLellis, R. Lloyd, P. Heitz, C. Eng
This quantity covers tumors of the pituary, the thyroid and parathyroid, the adrenal gland, the endocrine pancreas, and inherited tumor syndromes. every one entity is largely mentioned with info on clinicopathological, epidemiological, immunophenotypic and genetic features of those illnesses. The booklet is an authoritative, concise reference, ready by means of one hundred fifty authors from 20 international locations. It includes greater than 500 colour images, a number of, MRIs, ultrasound photos, CT scans, charts and greater than 2900 references.This e-book is within the sequence normally often called the ''Blue Book'' sequence. Pathology and Genetics of Tumors of Endocrine Organs Contributors: :Dr. Susan L. Abbondanzo, Dr. GoranAkerstrom, Dr. Lars Andreas Akslen, Dr. Jorgo Albores-Saavedra, Dr. Micheala A. Aldred, Dr. Katsuyki Aozasa, Dr. Andrew Arnold, Dr. Sylvia L. Asa, Dr. Zubair W. Baloch, Dr. Ariel L. Barkan, Dr. Bora E. Baysal, Dr. Gazanfer Belge, Dr. Xavier Bertagna, Dr. Wojciech Biernat, Dr. John P. Bilezikian, Dr. Scott Boerner, Dr. Tom Bohling, Dr. Lennart Bondeson, Dr. Ceasare Bordi, Dr. Gianni Bussolati, Dr. Blake Cady, Dr. Alain Calender, Dr. Jose Cameselle-Teijeiro, Dr. Carlo Capella, Dr. Maria Luise Carcanciu, Dr. J. Aiden Carney, Dr. Paul Caruso, Dr. Barbara Centeno, Dr. John okay. C. Chan, Dr. Liang Cheng, Dr. Runjan Chetty, Dr. Wah Cheuk, Dr. George P. Chrousos, Dr. Orlo H. Clark, Dr. Randall D. Craver, Dr. Yogeshwar Dayal, Dr. Ronald R. De Krijger, Dr. Ronald A. Delellis, Dr. Kari-Michael Derwahl, Dr. David M. Dorfman, Carrlo Melvin Drovdlic, Dr. Damian E. Dupuy, Dr. Charles Eng, Dr. Vincenzo Eusebi, Dr. Harry L. Evans, Dr. D. Gareth Evans, Dr. Sheroon Ezzat, Dr. James A. Fagin, Dr. William Clay Faquin, Dr. Nadir R. Farid, Dr. P. Farid, Dr. William E. Farrell, Dr. William Foulkes, Dr. Kaarle O. Franssila, Dr. Robert F. Gagel, Dr. Kim R. Geisinger, Dr. Ronald A. Ghossein, Dr. Oliver Gimm, Dr. Thomas J. Giordano, Dr. Dario Guiffrida, Dr. Lara Grimelius, Dr. Gerardo Esteban Guiter, Dr. Philip I. Haigh, Dr. Hector Ruben Harach, Dr. Ian D. Hay, Dr. Philipp U. Heitz, Dr. Geoffrey N. Hendy, Dr. Mitsauyoshi Hirokawa, Dr. Eva Horvath, Dr. Leonard B. Kahn, Dr. Klaus Kaserer, Dr. Akiro Kawashima, Dr. Noriko Kimura, Dr. Yutaka Kitamura, Dr. Paul Kleihues, Dr. David S. Klimstra, Dr. Richard T. Kloos, Dr. Gunter Kloppel, Dr. Christian A. Koch, Dr. Paul Komminoth, Dr. George Kontogeorgos, Dr. Kalman Kovacs, Dr. Todd Gerard Kroll, Dr. Alfred King Yin Lam, Dr. Catherine Larsson, Dr. Juen Lechago, Dr. E. Paul Lindell, Dr. Virginia Livolsi, Dr. Ricardo V. Lloyd, Dr. M. Beatriz S. Lopes, Dr. Eamonn R. Maher, Dr. Xavier Matias-Guiu, Dr. Ernest L. Mazzaferri, Dr. Anne Marie McNicol, Dr. L. Jeffrey Medeiros, Dr. Maria J. Merino, Dr. Jeffrey F. Moley, Dr. Carl D. Morrison, Dr. Lois Mulligan, Dr. Katherine L. Nathanson, Dr. Hartmut P. Neumann, Dr. Yuri E. Nikiforov, Dr. Shiro Noguchi, Dr. Vania nostril, Professor Kjell Oberg, Dr. Nelson G. Ordonez, Dr. Josep Oriola, Dr. Robert Yoshiyuki Osamura, Dr. Mauro Papotti, Dr. Ralf Paschke, Dr. Juha Peltonen, Dr. Aurel Perren, Dr. Silvana Pilotti, Dr. Karl H. Plate, Dr. Hartmut M. Rabes, Dr. Guido Rindi, Dr. Fedorico Roncaroli, Dr. Sergio Vidal Ruibal, Dr. Wolfgang Saeger, Dr. Atsuhiko Sakamoto, Dr. Toshiaki Sano, Dr. Massimo Santoro, Dr. Hironobu Sasano, Dr. Bernd W. Scheithauer, Dr. Katherine A. Schneider, Dr. Arthur B. Schneider, Dr. Jean Yves Scoazec, Dr. Elizabeth Shane, Dr. Leslie H. Sobin, Dr. guide Sobrinho-Simoes, Dr. Ernst J. M. Speel, Dr. Constantine A. Stratakis, Dr. Hugo Studer, Dr. Iwao Sugitani, Dr. Saul Suster, Mr. Kevin M. candy, Dr. Giovanni Tallini, Dr. Bin Tean The, Dr. Lester D.R. Thompson, Dr. Arthur S. Tischler, Dr. Jacqueline Trouillas, Dr. Thomas M. Ulbright, Dr. M. Volante, Dr. Petri.E. Voutilainen, Dr. Robert Watson, Dr. A. L. Weber, Dr. Loe S. Weinstein, Dr. Lawrence M. Weiss, Dr. Bruce M. Wenig, Dr. E. Dilwyn Williams, Dr. Shozo Yamada, Dr. William F. younger JR, Dr. Mauren Zakowski
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Pathology and Genetics of Tumours of Endocrine Organs by The International Agency for Research on Cancer, R. DeLellis, R. Lloyd, P. Heitz, C. Eng