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Readership: Undergraduates at all levels studying a practice-oriented Biomedical Science degree
programme. Also suitable for biomedical postgraduates and anyone studying cytopathology as part of their course.
Edited by Behdad Shambayati, Consultant Clinical Cytologist, Cytopathology Department, Ashford and St Peters Hospitals NHS Trust.
"The flow of information is excellent and the text is well-written... a good introductory text for undergraduates with an interest in cytology and for professionals in training.
" - Dr Lesley Walton, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University
"Lucid, logical coverage of material, set out thoughtfully and supported by good illustrations and learning features that make the text student-friendly... a very useful undergraduate cytopathology textbook.
" - Dr Nicholas Vardaxis, Endeavour College of Natural Health
"Clearly written, factual and concise." - Patricia Gadsdon PhD, FIBMS, School of Biological Sciences, Bangor University
"I would definitely recommend this book to anyone." - Jermin Simon, student, DeMontfort University
1: Viv Beavers: Introduction: A glance at the past, a glimpse of the future
2: Allan Wilson and Andrew Evered: Preparation techniques
3: John Crossley: The Cervical Screening Process
4: Andrew Evered: Normal cervical cytology
5: Andrew Evered: Abnormal cervical cytology
6: John Crossley: Quality Issues in cervical screening and cytology
7: Andrew Evered: Diagnostic cytopathology
8: Behdad Shambayati: Cytology of Urine
9: Behdad Shambayati: Serous effusions
10: Behdad Shambayati: Lower respiratory tract cytology
11: Behdad Shambayati: Fine needle aspiration cytology
12: Steven Blackman and Behdad Shambayati: Basic Semen Analysis
13: Margaret Morgan: Advances in Cytopathology