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AP/CP Program in the Department of and Laboratory Medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University
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SUNY Upstate Path 14h
Great case by first-year resident Michelle Bryant, M.D.
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Lisa Belanger Neal, CRA, OCT-C 20h
Good Afternoon! Better late than never. Different cases, same dx. A few questions for you this afternoon 1) What is it? 2) Symptoms? 3) Potential cause? 4) Prevention? Tune in Friday for an answer and some information
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Christina Arnold, MD 23h
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Michael Williams MD Apr 23
70yo with PMHx of Esophageal cancer with liver lesion. Sections show small sheets and clusters with staining shown below. Well differentiated neuroendocrine neoplasm (G2) ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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MPathy Art Apr 23
My new phone screen saver! All images and all originals. !
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SUNY Upstate Path Apr 23
Who knew that a create your own magnet activity would lead to such hilarity?
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SUNY Upstate Path Apr 23
Celebrating all the wonderful Medical Laboratory Professionals in our department! With ice cream of course!
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Association for Molecular Pathology Apr 21
FREE! "Molecular in My Pocket" guides on: - Testing - Myeloproliferative Neoplasms - Biomarkers for & - Interpreting genomic assays - - Infectious Diseases - Genetics - Solid Tumors
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Angel Panizo MD, PhD 🇪🇸 🔬 Apr 15
57 year old male. Right kidney tumor. Tomorrow I will post the H&E
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D. L. Wolfe Apr 20
Take note!! Generally a “once in a career but on every board exam” diagnosis
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Laura Brown Apr 20
Sweat gland tumors Made with lots of help from 's paper on adnexal tumors for the surgical pathologist,
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Miguel Curiel, MLT Apr 19
50 yo male with intermittent headaches for 3 years that have been increasing in severity.
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mary fowkes Apr 18
21 year old with an intraventricular brain tumor. Positive for GFAP and vimentin, negative for synapto and NF. No mititic figures. Diagnosis? Significance? Have Fun!! @mountsinaipathology
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Rola Ali, MD Apr 15
👍🏼Central chondrosarcoma. Age, axial location, morphology all perfect. In this resection, gross says it all but on small bx you need to see permeation of trabecular bone (in view of radiology).
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Syracuse University Apr 17
View: 10/10 🍊 📸: jdunkf
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SUNY Upstate Path Apr 17
Replying to @lendeschwartz
Very interested in having anyone interested in GYN path come speak up here in Syracuse.
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Elizabeth Montgomery, MD Apr 15
This was a "good gosh!" case. A "routine" appendectomy with mesothelioma. Gulp!
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Clarissa Araujo Cassol Apr 15
I heart glomeruli...
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Sanjay Mukhopadhyay Apr 15
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Sam Albadri,MBChB, M.Sc. Apr 14
Blastomyces spp. identified in a background of mixed acute, chronic, and granulomatous inflammation in lung smears: 1- Large budding yeasts (15 - 10 μm). 2-Broad based buds and refractile walls
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