This book discusses a broad selection of interesting cases of fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC), which offer valuable insights into the diagnosis of cytology cases in routine practice. It provides the salient clinical history along with representative microphotographs of the routine smears. The content is divided into 100 chapters, with each chapter covering an individual case in detail. The book also addresses immunocytochemistry and other ancillary techniques that can help to diagnose lesions. Richly illustrated with more than 900 images, the book offers a valuable guide to diagnosis and self-evaluation for students/trainees/examinees of pathology and cytology practitioners alike.
Pranab Dey is a Professor at the Department of Cytology and Gynecologic Pathology, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh. Professor Dey received his M.D. (pathology) from the PGIMER, Chandigarh and his FRCPath (cytopathology) from the Royal College of Pathologists, London. He has been a cytology and gynecologic pathology consultant at the PGIMER for the past 28 years and a Professor for the past 10. Professor Dey has conducted numerous research projects and has pioneered works on DNA flow cytometry, image morphometry, mono-layered cytology, and cytomorphologic findings on various lesions using cytology smears. He has published several books in the fields of cytology and gynecologic pathology, as well as 270 articles in international journals. Professor Dey is a member of various societies.
Fine needle aspiration cytology of head and neck region lesions.- Fine needle aspiration cytology of salivary gland.- Fine needle aspiration cytology of thyroid.- Fine needle aspiration cytology of breast.-Fine needle aspiration cytology of lymph node.- Fine needle aspiration cytology of lung and mediastinum.- Fine needle aspiration cytology of intra-abdominal lesions.- Fine needle aspiration cytology of ovary and testis.- Fine needle aspiration cytology of soft tissue, skin and bone.
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