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Pathology of Peripheral Nerve is a volume from the series Major Problems in Pathology. The authors have provided a textbook that is particularly suited to general and surgical pathologists, but others interested in the study of peripheral nerve disorders will find this a very useful reference work. The book is well organized. There is a logical sequence of chapters, from a presentation of normal structure and artifacts, through techniques used to study nerve and a description of the basic pathologic processes, to presentation of the various disorders. The final chapters provide important information on technical procedures, clinical aspects, and a brief, but relevant, description of how to evaluate a nerve biopsy specimen. References are conveniently grouped in each section of a chapter and a cumulative reference list is provided at the end of the book. The illustrations are of high quality, conveniently located within the text, and are arranged to
Cancilla P. Pathology of Peripheral Nerve, vol 9, Major Problems in Pathology. Arch Neurol. 1979;36(8):525–526. doi:10.1001/archneur.1979.00500440095031
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