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Yurina Miki Feb 21
High-grade urothelial carcinoma (voided urine, cytospin, Papanicolaou stain, 400x). This urine specimen had numerous cells with: ✅ high N/C ratio (> 0.7) ✅ nuclear hyperchromasia ✅ coarse chromatin ✅ irregular nuclear membranes
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Sam Khader, MD Sep 11
Remembering Dr. Leopold G. Koss (Oct 2, 1920 – Sept 11, 2012). One of the most prominent founding fathers of . Wrote more than 700 papers and several books, including the first comprehensive book in the field “Diagnostic Cytology and its Histopathologic Bases”.
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Sam Khader, MD Sep 10
calcium phosphate crystals. Often seen in alkaline urine. However, can also be present in normal urine. Crystallization can continue to occur after micturation, especially in fixative, making identification of crystals in urine less reliable.
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American Board of Pathology May 13
Google Doodle is honoring renowned pathologist Dr. George Papanicolaou (Papanikolaou) as a pioneer in the early detection of cancer and . Today, on his 136th birthday, he is being celebrated for his work and the invention of the Pap smear
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Rachel Jug Sep 13
Replying to @sza_jhcyto @CArnold_GI
What kind of camera and set-up do you use to capture such high quality images? Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures and helpful learning resources!
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WVU Pathology, Anatomy, and Laboratory Medicine Oct 7
Afternoon fellow please follow us and for interesting cases every Monday from here in almost heaven West Virginia. First case is a base of tongue mass. Touch preps and frozen are provided. What’s your dx?
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Kamran Mirza MD PhD | كامران مرزا Jul 8
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Felicia Allard Jun 6
Beautiful example of emperipolesis in the touch prep of a sentinel lymph node
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Güliz Akdaş Barkan May 13
Happy Birthday Dr. Pap! Happy Cytotechnology Day! ❤️ 🔬
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Belen Lloveras Sep 2
Next course ! This time dedicated to Look at the program and rush to register if you don’t want to miss it!!
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Ania Henning, M.D. Feb 21
Cotton ball cluster on the pap smear
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Janelle Otsuji, MD Sep 25
Can you see them? BAL with Pneumocystis. Perfect example of "foamy" material seen on PAP stain. 🔬
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Claire Megarity May 12
Georgios Papanikolaou on the google home screen today!
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Belen Lloveras Jun 17
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Syed Z. Ali Mar 1
ASC has decided to increase the # of travel grants/ scholarships awarded for the 2019 annual meeting in Salt Lake City (including NEW international travel scholarahips). Details to come in April. Meanwhile, identify potential outstanding and deserving candidates.
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Emily E. Volk, MD, FCAP Oct 2
Pap test from 68 yo woman —high grade endometrial adenocarcinoma
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Amy Clayton Jun 1
Great work in support of the largest cytology society in the world. ,
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Marcos Lepe, MD May 21
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Wafi Bibars Mar 1
Bad Sample = Bad Diagnosis EBUS by Dr. Stewart ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Marino E. Leon Feb 8
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