A review of over 2,000 cases of mesothelioma in WA since 1962 has shown a cytological diagnosis of the disease subtype is sufficient. But histological confirmation, which adds delays, is costly and more invasive, remains important in research settings and for establishing potential new treatments, the limbic was told. Associate Professor Fraser Brims, from the ...
Cytology is sufficient to diagnose most mesothelioma cases
21 Feb 2017