Order # |ISBN: Authors: Richard Mac DeMay, MD, FASCP The first edition became the most popular cytopathology reference ever. In the Preface to The Book of Cells: A Breviary of Cytopathology, Mac DeMay (the author) and Joshua Weikersheimer (the publisher) define. Exfoliative Cytology. (Volume 1 of 4). Richard Mac DeMay, MD. Professor of Pathology. Director of Cytopathology. University of Chicago. American Society for .
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The Book of Cells: A Breviary of Cytopathology is not only a stylistic spectacle cytologu also a substantive tour de force. A Breviary of Cytopathology is relatively much more compact—but is still exhaustive.
Herein are nearly 2, exquisite figures in almost pages. Nonetheless, this book is more than an atlas.
cytooogy The principles and practice of exfoliative as well as aspiration cytology are well described. This book would be put to best use next to the microscope of either nascent trainees or of established professionals, but it would not be out of place on the coffee table or in an art museum.
Some may miss citations and listings of references in this book. Others dejay wish for larger pictures. The highly stylized font combined with diminutive size thereof used for the tables of which there are more than 1,! One can certainly understand the reasoning behind the choices for references, size of figures, and tables; the alternatives would have resulted in a much larger book.
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There is ample wisdom in The Book of Cells. DeMay informs us in The Book of Cells: A Prize in Every Box! One might say much the same for the book itself: Dsmay University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
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Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. A Breviary of Cytopathology DeMay. Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous. A Breviary of CytopathologyMac DeMay the author and Joshua Weikersheimer the publisher define breviarya term used in the subtitle of cytopogy book, as a quick guide of helpful hints and a brief collection of secrets for the practitioner.
The title of the book is a subtle play of words on the name bestowed on cytoligy best-known and most lavishly decorated breviary: The Book of Kells. The latter, containing the four Gospels, is named after the location of the Irish monastery where presumably the book was painstakingly handcrafted.
The Art & Science of Cytopathology
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