ed 2, by John G. Batsakis, with illus, Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co, 1979.
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This sequel to the first edition is an expanded and updated version of his first outstanding volume. Four important new chapters have been added that cover the topics of Wegener's and midline granulomas, immunological aspects of head and neck cancer, cysts and sinuses of the head and neck, and odontogenic lesions.
Dr Batsakis is a superb general pathologist who has devoted much of his career to the special study of diseases and abnormalities of the head and neck. He has done this in close collaboration with physicians, surgeons, and dentists who have submitted material to him and with whom he has shared research projects. He has become more than a laboratory-bound pathologist and has acquired a broad understanding of the natural history of head and neck diseases and of the special problems with which the head and neck clinicians and surgeons are confronted.
This clinicopathological correlative approach makes Dr Batsakis's
BOLES R. Tumors of the Head and Neck: Clinical and Pathological Considerations. Arch Otolaryngol. 1980;106(8):518. doi:10.1001/archotol.1980.00790320070021
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