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Diagnostic atlas of non-neoplastic lung disease: a practical guide for surgical pathologists
  1. Zanobia Khan
  1. Department of Pathology, Lakeridge Health and University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
  1. Correspondence to Dr Zanobia Khan, Lakeridge Health and UHN, Department of Pathology, Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, ON M5G 2C4, Canada; Zobia624{at}

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This book is a first edition and the author provides a detailed review of non-neoplastic lung diseases with excellent images. The book follows histological patterns of the non-neoplastic lung diseases and is divided into 13 chapters.

The first chapter of the book starts with introduction of normal lung architecture and discusses the approach to the diagnosis. It further explains the handling and processing techniques of different specimens of lung. The next 10 chapters are dedicated to non-neoplastic disease types, which include interstitial lung diseases, airspace diseases, acute lung injuries, infectious diseases, occupational …

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