This Monograph brings together within one cover the current knowledge about tumors of the nasal passages in man, in domestic and nondomestic animals, and in the rodents which are commonly employed in carcinogenesis studies in the laboratory.
Table of Contents
1. Histopathic Classification of Human Sinonasal Tumors 2. Nasal Cancer in Nickel Workers. Histopathological Findings and Nickel Concentration in the Nasal Mucosa of Nickel Workers, and a Short Review of Chromium and Arsenic 3. Pseudostratified, Metaplastic, Dysplastic, and Carcinomatous Nasal Mucosa in Nickel Workers: A Study by Scanning Electron, Transmission Electron, and Light Microscopy 4. Nasal Neuroblastomas in Man 5. Primary Meningioma of the Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinuses 6. Olfactory Esthesioneuroblastoma 7. Endocrine-Amphicrine Enteric Carcinoma of the Nasal Mucosa in Man 8. Neoplasms of the Nasal Cavity of Cattle and Sheep 9. Canine and Feline Nasal and Paranasal Neoplasm: Morphology and Origin 10. Comparative Aspects of Nasal Passage Carcinoma in Dogs and Man 11. Tumors of the Nasal Cavity in Nondomesticated Animals Index
Gerd Reznik, D. V. M., Ph.D., is Director of the Institure of Pathology and Toxicology, Byk-Gulden Pharmaceuticals in Hamburg.
Sherman F. Stinson, Ph.D., is an experimental pathologist currently affiliated with the Laboratory of Experimental Pathology of the National Cancer Institute, Frederick Cancer Research Facility, Frederick, Md.