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November 4, 1933

Die Histopathologie der Uterusmucosa: Ein Leitfaden für Gynäkologen und Pathologen bei der histologischen Diagnostik.

JAMA. 1933;101(19):1506-1507. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740440066040

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Abstract

This book is dedicated to the needs of the laboratory examiner who is confronted with the often difficult task of making a reliable diagnosis from scanty scrapings. It is a serious attempt to be a guide in difficult diseases. Particular emphasis is laid on changes in the uterine mucosa occurring during normal and complicated pregnancy. Probably the characteristic feature of this book is the approach to the subject. After a few theoretical and practical considerations at the beginning of each paper the author gives a series of concise case reports, including only the relevant histories, a short follow-up study, and a microscopic description of the scrapings with photomicrographs. A whole section is devoted to atypical changes in the uterine mucosa which may be confused with early carcinoma. The term "malignant adenoma" is not approved because it merely indicates that there are instances of carcinomas of the uterus showing little atypical

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