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Maryam Sayah, MD
Pathology Resident, University of New Mexico. (Views expressed may not represent the position of UNM)
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Henry YANG 3h
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Celina Stayerman MD 3h
Dear Female late 30s Histerectomy for SIL low 🤷‍♀️complex glands but seems limited to inner third ,occasional mits and what seems stromal reaction? 3 set of pics ,macro in last one Your toughts appreciated 😊🙏🙏
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Brendan Dickson, MD Nov 16
EPITHELIOID HAEMANGIOENDOTHELIOMA. IHC: ERG. NGS: WWTR1-CAMTA1. IHC: ERG. NB: clusters of epithelioid cells; occasional clear cytoplasmic vacuoles containing fragmented erythrocytes; abundant hyaline stroma.
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Maryam Sayah, MD 20h
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Maryam Sayah, MD 20h
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Please call me Maryam! ☺️
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Maryam Sayah, MD 20h
Congratulations 🎊
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Lauren Smith Nov 15
In case you’ve ever wondered about the origin of the name “pawn ball megakaryocytes,” the nuclear lobes are widely-spaced like the symbol.
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Huda Apr 2
Young adult. What condition may this patient have had?
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Maryam Sayah, MD Nov 15
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Maryam Sayah, MD Nov 15
Adult-type granulosa cell tumor
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Luis Humberto Cruz C Nov 15
How to turn your everyday microscope into a polarizing microscope. Here's the video as promised to
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Maryam Sayah, MD Nov 15
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Maryam Sayah, MD Nov 15
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Bruce D. Leckey Jr., DO Nov 14
Chordoma ✅ ~5% of bone tumors (4th-8th decade) ✅ Var: Conventional, chondroid, & dedifferentiated ✅ Sacrum 50%, skull base 35%, spine 15% ✅ +/- physaliphorous cells ✅+ CK, S100, brachyury ✅ Ddx: Chondrosarcoma (- CK & brachyury, +S100)
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Maryam Sayah, MD Nov 14
🧬 t(6,9) resulting in MYB-NFIB fusion is the most common molecular alteration in adenoid cystic carcinoma!
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Maryam Sayah, MD Nov 14
5 out of 11 cases had skin presentation! Did you just randomly select these cases or skin is a more common site?
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Maryam Sayah, MD Nov 14
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5 out of 11 patients are PDL1 negative
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