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Jerad Gardner, MD Dec 3
Check out my Nodular Fasciitis 101 video: . All of the tips and tricks you need for making the diagnosis & avoiding the pitfalls.
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Charles Lépine, MD Nov 25
Nice lecture by Andrew Folpe about soft tissue! Thank you for this great initiative ! Here are some selected slides :)
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nIkItA dAsAn, DNB(pathology) Nov 26
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Jerad Gardner, MD Dec 3
See amazing examples of rare specimens & hear wisdom from a long career. Special guest Dr. Aubrey Hough kindly shares his & Joint Pathology video lecture with us: .
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pathobotology Dec 3
tweet of the day. Thank you for sharing!
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Vikram Deshpande Nov 25
Some holiday music to get you into the mood for the ...hmmm...HOLIDAYS! Happy Holidays my Twitter friends and happy thanksgiving for those of you on my side of the world! PS and yes, there's a bit about Chordoma in there as well
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Masood Hassan Dec 2
Somebody looking for chicken wire 🤣
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Scott Kilpatrick, MD Nov 30
Congrats to for a great paper. More papers are forthcoming on our big arthroplasty project. Stay tuned!
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Cytospotters Nov 27
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Swikrity U Baskota,MD Nov 27
Replying to @Vik_deshpandeMD
Great one! Thanks for sharing!
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Tristan D Rutland Nov 26
🔬Langerhans cell histiocytosis of bone🦴 ➡️Paul Langerhans (21 year old med student at the time) described normal Langerhans cells in 1868.   ➡️He thought they were nerve cells (+used gold chloride as stain).   ➡️LCH was named after him in 1985.
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Celina Stayerman MD Dec 3
A fusion on and ,another great post by ↘️↘️
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Masood Hassan Nov 30
50 year old man with a large retro-peritoneal tumor. Positive for vimentin and negative for pancytokeratin, EMA, S100, desmin, myogenin, calponin, SMA, and CD45
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Masood Hassan Nov 30
65 year old woman with thigh mass
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Frank Ingram, MD 9h
...you'll let me know if you get tired of these. Until then...corpuscular!
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Raul Perret, MD MSc 🇦🇷🇨🇵 Nov 25
Dear friends, our experience with the SS18-SSX antibody has just been published this is a very useful tool that can replace, in most settings, molecular tests used for the diagnosis of synovial sarcoma. Check out some unpublished photos of a case👇
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ClevelandClinicLabs Nov 30
Accurate and Reliable Diagnosis of Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head From Total Hip Arthroplasty Specimens Requires Pathologic Examination
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Masood Hassan Dec 2
60/M presents with a history of rapidly growing right ankle soft tissue mass shows patchy but convincing positivity for SMA and desmin and are negative for CK, S-100, H-caldesmin and CD34
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Jaylou Velez Torres, MD 🇵🇷 5h
Another beautiful case brought to you by UMiami 🙌🏻 Patient with pmh of neurofibroma now with new left parotid mass. Diagnosis? cc:
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Scott Kilpatrick, MD Dec 1
referring pathologist is concerned about chondrosarcoma. Your thoughts? The lesion is associated with all of the following EXCEPT:
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