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Joint Space, Bone, Soft Tissues, and Special Techniques

  • Richard I. Davis
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Abstract

This chapter outlines the anatomy, clinical presentation, and relevant clinical investigations. Details of both nonneoplastic and neoplastic pathological conditions affecting this organ site are given. Clinical considerations in obtaining the diagnostic biopsy and therapeutic resection specimens are outlined, with details of their handling and dissection in the histopathology laboratory. This is correlated with relevant histopathology reports, giving summary core prognostic and patient management items. Current WHO and TNM classifications are referenced.

Keywords

Fine Needle Aspiration Synovial Sarcoma Soft Tissue Tumor Giant Cell Tumor Soft Tissue Lesion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Histopathology LaboratoryInstitute of Pathology, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast Health and Social Care TrustBelfastUK

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