Lower Genital Tract Precancer

Lower Genital Tract Precancer

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English
344 Pages

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The new Second Edition of Lower Genital Tract Precancer has been extensively revised and expanded to provide a definitive and contemporary reference on this subject. Providing a comprehensive examination of the applications and benefits of modern diagnostic and therapeutic practices in managing lesions of the female lower genital tract, the book is presented in a clear, easy-to-read style and is extensively illustrated. The text covers investigative procedures and techniques, reviews the normal and abnormal cervix and fully appraises the diagnosis and management of both benign and malignant lesions.

Vaginal, vulvular and perianal premalignant diseases are discused, and a separate section is devoted to those conditions which mimic, and can thus be confused with, precancer. A new section on AIDS has been included and an entire chapter on pathology is also incorporated.

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Published 15 April 2008
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EAN13 9780470759820
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Language English

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The new Second Edition of Lower Genital Tract Precancer has been extensively revised and expanded to provide a definitive and contemporary reference on this subject. Providing a comprehensive examination of the applications and benefits of modern diagnostic and therapeutic practices in managing lesions of the female lower genital tract, the book is presented in a clear, easy-to-read style and is extensively illustrated. The text covers investigative procedures and techniques, reviews the normal and abnormal cervix and fully appraises the diagnosis and management of both benign and malignant lesions.
Vaginal, vulvular and perianal premalignant diseases are discused, and a separate section is devoted to those conditions which mimic, and can thus be confused with, precancer. A new section on AIDS has been included and an entire chapter on pathology is also incorporated.