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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
Scheuer, Peter J., Lefkowitch, Jay H.
Evaluate and interpret the full range of liver biopsy specimens with the fully revised New Edition of this practical resource! Two internationally respected experts examine the pathologic changes in primary liver disease as well as systemic diseases affecting the liver. More than 400 illustrations - now in full color - depict the appearance of every condition. Gut called a previous edition "the best and most authoritative manual on the interpretation of liver biopsies...A must for anyone involved in liver biopsy diagnosis."Scheuer, Peter J. is the author of 'Liver Biopsy Interpretation', published 2000 under ISBN 9780702025020 and ISBN 070202502X.
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