Richard Kempson

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  • Breast biopsies: the content of the surgical pathology report. Pathology (Philadelphia, Pa.) Kamel, O. W., Hendrickson, M. R., Kempson, R. L. 1992; 1 (1): 161-180

    Abstract:

    In the context of recent developments, the role of the surgical pathologist in evaluating and reporting breast cancer specimens has become more important. The pathologist must not only diagnose carcinoma in a given patient, but must also document a set of morphologic features that have been shown to be important in determining prognosis and guiding therapy.

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