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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 4h
Replying to @GuptaRuta
So good to hear that! Together we are stronger
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Ruta Gupta 11h
Thanks for highlighting it . This is precisely why we started a dedicated clinic with a radiologist and a pathologist doing Rapid On-site Evaluation so that we have adequate material for all diagnostic tests. Great learning experience for trainees too!
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Cancer Cytopathology 18h
Combined lung FNA/CNB has high diagnostic efficacy for malignancy and a lower false‐negative rate than either procedure alone.
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Syed Z. Ali 17h
On low power, majority of you would think "PA from the Parotid". However, most would change the opinion on high power and once I disclose that the FNA came from a femoral lesion in a young male. Immature osteoid from "Osteosarcoma" appears extremely "myxoid".
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Syed Z. Ali 16h
"Classic" cytomorphology of "Acinic Cell Carcinoma" (ACC) from the parotid - Always try to find these piercing vessels as they often help with the dx. (DD is usually with an "Oncocytoma", which could also have similar vascularity). Look for the naked nuclei, which favor ACC.
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD retweeted
SLAC - XXX Congreso 2021, Cartagena May 28
¡Conienzan los pre-Congreso ! La próxima semana (Jueves 4 de Junio) tendremos al Dr. Eduardo Alcaraz-Mateos, : Punción Aspiración con Aguja Fina: de Albucasis a , pasando por . Gratis, en .
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 15h
Gracias! 🤗 spanish lessons 😄
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Gleyvis Coro-Montanet 23h
Profesionales de Patología, Formación Profesional, Medicina y Odontología, ya tienen ©MEDITHA. Un Manual para diseñar Talleres de Habilidades. Sigue el hilo 👇👇👇👇👇
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M. Lisa Zhang, MD 22h
Hepatoblastoma, mixed epithelial and mesenchymal type: 🔸 Most <5yo 🔸 Epithelial (resemble immature hepatocytes) and mesenchymal (spindled) components 🔸 Nuclear β-catenin+ (80% cases) in both components
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Daniel Lubin 21h
FNAC of subQ mass in pt w history of GI tract adenocarcinoma For highly infiltrative and discohesive tumors, sometimes you gotta search the fat. In this case, the cells were pleomorphic enough and some had enough pink mucin to catch the eye at low power.
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 19h
Replying to @EMadrigalDO
Great pics!!! Thanks for sharing it, Emilio!
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Emilio Madrigal, DO 20h
Thyroid nodule FNA 🔴 Malignant (Bethesda 6) 🔴 MEDULLARY thyroid carcinoma ⚫️ ➕calcitonin, synaptophysin, chromogranin ⚫️ ➖ thyroglobulin ⚫️ PAX8 (variable and weak) ⚫️ Cyto: round, plasmacytoid, polygonal or SPINDLE cells in nests, cords, or follicles
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 19h
Half the battle is performing a Fine-Needle Aspiration on a patient. Then, a correct managing of the sample is essential. That's why Rapid On Site Evaluation should be mandatory
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 21h
¡Un placer y una responsabilidad participar! Sociedad Latinoamericana de Próximo Jueves 4: 13:00 CDMX/Bogotá/Lima 14:00 Santiago/Asunción/La Paz 15:00 Buenos Aires/B. Aires/Montevideo 20:00 Madrid
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 21h
Replying to @edusqo
Contamination by duodenal epithelium
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD 21h
A cellular specimen doesn't mean representative, neoplastic nor malignant. It's just cellular. So funny to see some people saying it's enough with a naked eye. Without microscopic assessment, we can't be sure about the sample contamination See⬇️
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Patología Hospital La Paz May 28
¡Bienvenidos a la cuenta del Servicio de Anatomía Patológica del Hospital La Paz! Welcome to the Hospital La Paz Pathology Department's account!
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Angel Panizo MD, PhD 🇪🇸 🔬 May 28
Replying to @angelpanizo1
El diagnóstico y estudio anatomopatológico es esencial para saber que lesiones produce el virus en los diferentes tejido y células y conocer la fisopatología de la enfermedad. De esta forma será posible guiar a los clínicos en la búsqueda y estrategias terapéuticas
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Angel Panizo MD, PhD 🇪🇸 🔬 May 28
Comenzamos con el quinto hilo de , en el que os contaré todo lo relacionado con el diagnóstico anatomopatológico del
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Eduardo Alcaraz, MD PhD May 28
¡Yo tampoco! 😄
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