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TitleThyroid Pathology [electronic resource] / edited by Kurt W. Schmid, Werner Bรถcker
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1997
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Descript XII, 168p. 44 illus. online resource


In recent years, a series of excellent textbooks have been published dealing with pathology of the thyroid gland. The present volume of CURRENT TOPICS IN PATHOLOGY provides further information for both pathologists and clinicians interested in the thyroid gland. The contributions deal with surgical pathology of the thyroid as well as with basic aspects of thyroid metabolism, hormone transport, and growth factors in thyroid cells. The topics covered in this book should mainly be considered as adjuncts to common textbooks on thyroid pathology. The contributions should help pathologists in their routine diagnosis and should stimulate further thyroid research


Lymphoma of the Thyroid Gland -- Histogenesis of Thyroid C-Cell Carcinoma -- Advances in Immunocytochemistry of Thyroid Tumours 1987โ{128}{147}1994 -- Minimally Invasive Follicular Thyroid Carcinoma: A Clinico-pathological Study -- Poorly Differentiated Carcinoma of the Thyroid: An Aggressive Type of Tumour Arising from Thyroid Follicular Epithelium -- Surgical Strategies in Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma -- Growth Factors in Thyroid Cells -- Thyroid Carcinoma: Interrelationships Between Local Thyroid Hormone Metabolism by the Type I 5?-Deiodinase and the Expression of Thyroid Hormone Receptors and Other Thyroid-Specific (De-)differentiation Markers -- Transcytosis of IgG from the Basolateral to the Apical Membrane of Human Thyrocytes in Autoimmune Thyroid Disease -- Clinical Aspects and Diagnosis of Thyroid Hormone Transport Protein Anomalies

Medicine Endocrinology Pathology Surgery Medicine & Public Health Pathology Endocrinology Surgery


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