An international journal on the latest aspects of diagnostic anatomic pathology

The Journal of Surgical Pathology publishes timely, comprehensive articles that integrate all aspects of diagnostic anatomic pathology. Encompassing the relevant areas of medical science, the Journal features classical morphological studies in surgical and autopsy pathology, immunocytochemistry and molecular biology relevant to diagnostic pathology, and advances in information technology and computer-assisted diagnosis.

Sample listing of articles:

CD34 and CD99: New Uses in Diagnostic Pathology
A.A. Renshaw

Granular Cell Tumors of the Jejunum
S. Mathew

Rhabdomyoma of the Kidney
Kien T. Mai, D. Garth Perkins, John P. Veinot, and Carl F. Leahy

Cytokeratin 20 Expression in Merkel Cell Carcinoma and Small Cell Carcinoma of the Lung
J.H. Leonard, M. Schoesser, A. Goodall, E. Townsend, and J.R. Bell


Editors: Michael J. Warhol, M.D., University of Pennsylvania and Geraldine S. Pinkus, M.D., Harvard Medical School

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