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March 2023

Endocrine Pathology
Edited by Nicole A. Cipriani

This issue on Endocrine Pathology in Surgical Pathology Clinics tackles common and challenging problems in thyroid and parathyroid pathology, emerging clinically relevant molecular findings in endocrine neoplasms and syndromes, and new horizons in diagnosis and treatment of endocrine tumors.

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Surgical Pathology Clinics keeps you current on the information that is essential to every practicing surgical pathologist, from the latest techniques and approaches to detailed discussions on differential diagnosis. Published four times a year—March, June, September, and December—Surgical Pathology Clinics devotes each and every issue exclusively to surgical pathology and its associated problems and is enhanced by abundant full-color images. Each issue focuses on a single topic, including head, heart, lung, liver, kidney, thyroid, bone, gynecologic, genitourinary, prostate, skin, as well as nonanatomic surgical pathology topics such as cytopathology, molecular pathology, and pathology informatics.