Cutaneous Lymphomas: Unusual Cases 2

Springer Science & Business Media
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This book offers a unique insight into the world of cutaneous lymphomas. In addition to the case description it gives the clinical, histological, and in most cases also the phenotypical features and the results of molecular techniques. A commentary puts the observations into the context of cutaneous lymphomas. High quality pictures accompany this exceptional collection of rare and unusual cases. These will interest dermatologists, oncologists, pathologists and hematologists.
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Springer Science & Business Media
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Published on
Jul 25, 2006
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Pages
96
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ISBN
9783798516106
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English
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Medical / Clinical Medicine
Medical / Dermatology
Medical / Oncology
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