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


    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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