Juan P. Palazzo, M.D., an anatomic/surgical pathologist at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and the Jefferson Breast Care Center, has authored a book that tackles the hard cases in breast disease pathology faced by many clinicians in the healthcare world today.
According to Amazon, Difficult Diagnoses in Breast Pathology (Demos Medical) provides a highly visual presentation of the major problems and questions that a pathologist is likely to encounter in the evaluation of common and uncommon breast diseases.
Addressing real-world diagnostic problems faced in daily practice, the book includes needle core biopsy interpretation, diagnosis of precursor lesions, early stage disease, and recognition of neoplastic mimics and other misleading variants.
“This is a welcome new addition to this field and it delivers with concise, clear writing, ample illustrations, and appropriate comments on ancillary techniques. This latest addition to the field of histomorphology of (surgical) breast disease compares favorably with many more extensive books,” writes Doody’s Reviews.
Dr. Palazzo is pathologist with over 25 years experience and has been named a U.S. News & World Report “Top Doctor.”
The book is available here.