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Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases
|Statement||Kazushi Hirohata, Kazuo Morimoto, Hiroshi Kimura.|
|Contributions||Morimoto, Kazuo, M.D., Kimura, Hiroshi, 1940-|
|LC Classifications||RC930.4 .H57 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 314 p. :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||81080906|
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Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases. Tokyo, Igaku Shoin; New York, Grune & Stratton [, ©] (OCoLC) Online version: Hirohata, Kazushi.
Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases. Tokyo, Igaku Shoin; New York, Grune & Stratton [, ©] (OCoLC) Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases book Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases. Tokyo ; New York: Published and distributed by Igaku-Shoin, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kazushi Hirohata; Kazuo Morimoto, M.D.; Hiroshi Kimura. This treatise, consisting mostly of electron micrographs, begins with a brief description of normal musculoskeletal ultrastructure.
The authors then present micrographs, at times accompanied by gross photographs and light micrographs, of no less than 44 disease entities.
As stated in the foreword, Author: Reginald R. Cooper. Electron microscopy, which is widely used in diagnostic pathology, has also extended into the field of bone pathology.
At the present time there are a substantial number of articles dealing with the ultrastructure of bone tumors, most of which were published within the last 15 by: 2.
Sir James Paget described a skeletal disorder affecting one or more areas of the skeleton in It is most common in England and in countries to which the English migrated.
In recent years the prevalence in most countries has decreased. A common feature is skeletal deformity which evolves over many years and is most visible in the skull and lower by: 1. Author(s): Hirohata,Kazushi; Morimoto,Kazuo Title(s): Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases [by] Kazushi Hirohata [and] Kazuo Morimoto.
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Chondral tumors are the most frequent Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases book neo-plasms . They Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases book mainly classified as benign and malignant tumors or chondrosarcomas. Benign tumors are much more frequent than chondrosarcomas, which comprise about 7% of all bone tumors and 10–% of malignant bone tumors [1,2], being the second most frequent malignant : Francisco Ultrastructure of bone and joint diseases book.
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