Laboratory Biosecurity: Balancing Risks, Threats and Progress
The endometrium is the inner epithelial layer, along with its mucous membrane, of the mammalian uterus. It has a basal layer and a functional layer; the functional layer thickens and then is shed during menstruation in humans, as well as some other mammals including apes, Old World monkeys, some species of bat, and the elephant shrew. The book “Endometrial Pathology” is a practical, clinically oriented reference on endometrial pathology. It is detailed book for pathologists and has a clinical focus that ensures its relevance and appeal to gynaecologists. The book covers the clinical aspects of evaluating the endometrium and the pathology of endometrial diseases, with differential diagnoses. It provides a clinically pragmatic and diagnostically up-to-date basis for the pathological examination of the endometrium. The present book is aimed to create a combined collection of study material for medical professionals, researchers and students to understand outcome of recent researches of this field. The chapters have been written by the renowned and internationally established experts. This book is an ideal source of practical information for physicians, pathologists and students.