Author: Albert Roessner,J. Althoff,D.B.v. Bassewitz,A. Bosse,V. Bouropoulou,J.J. Brooks,W. Dierschauer,G. Edel,E. Grundmann,A. Härle,W. Hiddemann,H.J. Höhling,N. Jiang,G. Jundt,M. Kolve,V.A. LiVolsi,W. Mellin,P. Quint,A. Roessner,A. Schulz,F. Sim,C. Sorg,T. Spelsberg,G.C. Steiner,J.Q. Tojanowski,E. Vollmer,L.E. Wold,P. Wuisman,G. Zwadlo
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We hope that the use of cytomorphological investigations for the biological characterization of bone tumors may improve the under-standing of their morphological heterogeneity.
We hope that the use of cytomorphological investigations for the biological characterization of bone tumors may improve the under-standing of their morphological heterogeneity. For practical purposes, this volume offers new data on advanced morphological methods pro-moting the classification and diagnosis of bone tumors.
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Bouropoulou, A. Bosse, A. Roessner, E. Vollmer, G. Edel, P. Wuisman et al. Pages 183-203. They are mainly restricted to bone tumors as l entities, since their diagnosis, more than that of other tumors, requires the interdisciplinary cooperation between orthopedic specialist, radiologist, and pathologist. Therefore, this volume presents recent pathological advances in the biological characterization of bone tumors.
Biological Characteriz. Bassewitz (Contributor). This volume provides new insight into the histogenesis of bone tumors, in particular fibrohistiocytic tumors, chondromas, and chondroid chordomas. A. Bosse (Contributor). Bouropoulou (Contributor), W. Dierschauer (Contributor), G. Edel (Contributor), A. Härle (Contributor), . Höhling (Contributor), N. Jiang (Contributor), M. Kolve (Contributor), . LiVolsi (Contributor. ess. The potential of various techniques - immunohistology, flow cytometry - for improved classification and differential diagnosis is discussed.
Albert Roessner, J. Althoff, . During the past few years, a considerable number of monographs on bone tumors have been published. However, investiga- tions concerning the histogenesis of bone tumors are rather limited, although they might be helpful in explaining the unique morphological heterogeneity of tumors of the skeletal system.
During the past few years, a considerable number of monographs on bone tumors .
During the past few years, a considerable number of monographs on bone tumors have been published. The analysis of the ground substances in bone-forming tumors may be helpful for their classification. Therefore the volume includes a chapter on the biochemical and histochemical analysis of different osteosarcoma types. Recently it has become clear that in addition to different collagen types which are not specific for bone tissue, several bone-specific proteins occur, one of which is osteonectin.
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