Cytopathology of the pancreatobiliary tract-the agony, and sometimes, the ease of it.

@article{Conrad2013CytopathologyOT,
  title={Cytopathology of the pancreatobiliary tract-the agony, and sometimes, the ease of it.},
  author={Rachel D Conrad and Shobha Castelino-Prabhu and Camilla J. Cobb and Anwar Sultana Raza},
  journal={Journal of gastrointestinal oncology},
  year={2013},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={
          210-9
        }
}
Pancreatic cytopathology is recognized as a rapid, reliable, safe and cost-beneficial modality of investigation of pancreatic mass lesions. Optimal cytodiagnosis depends on multiple factors including sample quality, and expertise of the cytopathologist and endoscopist. This article discusses key cytologic features of specific tumor types, specimen handling, differential diagnoses and pitfalls. 

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