Divided into three parts, this atlas of hematologic oncology presents a modern approach to the differential diagnosis of important blood cancers. The introduction explains specific terms, morphologic and phenotype features, and normal morphology. The book follows a systematic approach, illustrating hematolymphoid neoplasms based on the current WHO classification, with emphasis on most valuable and typical diagnostic features. The differential diagnoses focus on clinical presentation, histologic pattern, and phenotype. This approach simplifies the complexity of the classification and diagnosis of hematolymphoid malignancies
"A Parthenon book."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 379-401) and index