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Biopsy interpretation of the uterine cervix and corpus (Biopsy interpretation series)
  1. BA Clarke
  1. Correspondence to Dr B A Clarke, University Health Network/University of Toronto, 200 Elizabeth Street, Toronto General Hospital, Eaton Wing, 11th floor, Toronto, Canada M5G 2C4; blaise.clarke{at}

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Anais Malpica, Michael T Deavers, Elizabeth D Euscher. . Published by Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2009, pp 307, hardcover, £81.00. 13-9780781787796

It is claimed that things are always bigger in the Lone Star state; and that is partially true of the latest offering in the Biopsy Interpretation Series. While some books leave jobbing pathologists with a sense of ‘big hat, no cattle’, The MD Anderson trio of Malpica, Deavers and Euscher are able to distil their encyclopaedic knowledge and vast experience into an otherwise small book. Being comprehensive but concise, we are left with no doubt as to the size of their hats or their herd.

The book encompasses cervix and endometrium, covering normal anatomy, benign conditions, artefactual changes, and premalignant and malignant …

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