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This loose-leaf volume is an outstanding publication. It provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of the enormous variety of cells desquamated from normal or neoplastic epithelial surfaces. It illustrates significant exfoliated cells in a uniform manner according to their origins and then types. Further, it discusses their diagnostic significance.
Of the nine chapters, one is introductory, one deals with technic, and one discusses the criteria of malignancy. Each of the other chapters is devoted to a specific body system, discussing non-malignant cytology and malignant cytology of each component organ and making frequent references to the illustrative plates.
Certainly, the value of
An Atlas of Exfoliative Cytology.. Ann Intern Med. 1954;41:387. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-41-2-387_1
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