Because the booklet of the 1st version in 1977, Blaustein's Pathology of the feminine Genital Tract has consolidated its place because the best textbook of gynecological pathology. an important reference for all pathologists and citizens, this completely up-to-date 6th version contains greater than 1400 illustrations in colour, informative tables and 22 revised chapters written by way of across the world well-known experts.
Discussion of every particular entity is geared up to incorporate normal details, etiology, and epidemiology via medical beneficial properties, pathologic findings, differential prognosis, medical habit, and therapy. This transparent association is utilized in the course of the booklet and permits the reader to fast entry key details in each chapter.
Blaustein's Pathology of the feminine Genital Tract is still the gold-standard reference for practising pathologists and trainees, in addition to for obstetric/gynecology practitioners and citizens.
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