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By Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Leistenschneider, Prof. Dr. Reinhard Nagel (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3642701108

ISBN-13: 9783642701108

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ISBN-13: 9783642701122

Diagnostic and exfoliative cytology has this present day accomplished a standing that few can have envisaged twenty years in the past. whereas exfoliative cytology has lengthy been hired in gynecological analysis, new and profitable spheres have now built during which cytological prognosis performs an incredible function. Exfoliative cytology, for instance, is generally hired as an reduction within the non-stop evaluate of urinary tract tumors, and aspiration cytology within the prognosis of thyroid dis­ eases. This has given upward push to a transforming into call for for pathologists skilled in cytological prognosis. even if, clinicians with an curiosity in morphology have been usually the 1st to undertake those basic and secure tools, being evidently attracted by way of the opportunity to prevent carrying out biopsy, which, within the final research, is not anything below a surgical treatment. during this Atlas of Prostatic Cytology Leistenschneider and Nagel expertly reveal what may be completed while clinicians expert in morphology take an curiosity in cytological tools. not just have they got direct touch with the sufferer, yet additionally they make the most of instantly being able to verify the result of their diagnostic techniques via analyzing the specimen got. From the technical standpoint aspiration biopsy of the prostate is on no account an easy strategy and the problems concerned would appear to were underestimated within the preliminary section of enthusiastic acclaim. as a result it's been common for clinicians and pathologists to be dissatisfied by means of the excessive price of unsatisfactory samples received by means of this method.

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32a. Pap II atypia alongside numerous atrophic nuclei. x 100 42 Fig. 32b. Same sheet at higher magnifica- tion. x 400 Fig. 33a. Pap II atypia with locally conspicuous nucleoli. x 100 Fig. 33b. Same sheet at higher magnifica- tion. Clear representation of the nuclei contammg conspicuous nucleoli at the lower left of the picture. x 400 43 Fig. 34a. Pap II atypia. x 400 Fig. 34b. Same case at higher magnification. x 630 Fig. 35 a. Pap III atypia: disturbed nuclear arrangement, moderately condensed chromatin and conspicuous nucleoli.

2 Transmitted Light Fluorescence (Fig. 22) In transmitted light fluorescence the excitation rays pass through a condenser (darkfield or bright field) before reaching the preparation. 4 Guidelines for Brightfield Microscopy The magnifications of the cytological illustrations in this book are equal to those of microscopic images obtained by combining the following eyepieces and objectives: objective: eyepiece: lOx, 40 x , 63 x and 100 x (oil immersion) 10 x The scales of the illustrations can be calculated by multiplying the magnifications of the objective and eyepiece and correspondingly range from 100 to 1,000-fold magnification.

40. Immersion oil must not be allowed to resinify and must comply with certain requiren:ents as regards refractive index and disperSlOn. 5 Illuminators Microscope illuminating units comprise the following parts: • low voltage illuminator with a centrable lamp, collector and swing-out lens (16); • field diaphragm; • condensor with aperture diaphragm (8, 9). The light source may be in the form of detachable lamps, built-in illuminators or illuminators with their own stands. Detachable illuminators are usually attached to the foot of the microscope stand.

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