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Johan Lim 7h
P62 positivity is also seen in immune-mediated necrotizing myopathy, but following a different pattern than inclusion body myositis
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Huda Jul 14
One of the rare occasions when I feel cytology outshines histology.
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Maggie Jun 5
Atlanta bound! 🧠 🔬😊
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Fotios Danglis MD ☤🔬 Apr 19
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Miguel A. Guzman Feb 18
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Ydamis Estrella, MD May 14
Cerebellar mass in VHL patient. Inhibin immunostain was positive. What is the diagnosis?
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Maliha Khara MD May 7
Excited to start pediatric neuropath rotation at today!
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Neuropathologie Bern May 28
Ruptured intracranial epidermiod cyst with foreign body reaction - marked piloid gliosis in the adjacent parenchyma: easy to mistake for pilocytic astrocytoma on a small biopsy
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Nima Sharifai, MD/PhD Jun 30
My last year as a resident really flew by. I’m thankful to have had such great coresidents and teachers these last two years. Looking forward to taking on even more responsibility as the fellow now.
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Miguel A. Guzman Jun 22
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C. Boulagnon-Rombi May 6
Classical but rare 👀 Sellar and suprasellar mass in a 20y-o boy MRI revealed a solid and cystic mass suggestive of craniopharygioma Any idea? Which IHC would you like to see? Thanks to my colleague Stephanos for this case
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Mireille Bitar Moussa, MD Jun 2
Negative for Fungal, bacterial and Toxoplasmosis but Trophozoites and cysts identified ! What further work up you suggest ? What is the differential diagnosis ?
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Michigan Pathology Feb 24
🧠 - Day 2 ➡️ What’s your of this intradural spinal mass? ➡️ What WHO grade is it? ➡️ What is a major factor for predicting survival? 🔬 We’ll tweet the answers and some quick facts tomorrow!
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Mireille Bitar Moussa, MD Jul 25
This is brain autopsy of a 65 year female with bowel perforation. Gross diagnosis ?
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Adnan Karavelic, MD Feb 15
70 M, with incarcerated ischemic bowel. No documented neurological deficiencies. A large mass attached to the dura pushing against the 🧠. Incidental finding at autopsy.
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Alec Maquiling Jul 6
Choroid Plexus Papilloma from an 11 year old with hydrocephalus.
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Jingxin Qiu, MD, PhD Apr 16
30 yr-old male with history of migraines and intermittent blurry vision. MRI shows one 2.7cm right occipital lobe lesion described as "cystic with enhancing mural nodule". What are the differential diagnoses?
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Pathology Walker@Auto Tweet Bot May 24
Ruptured cerebral aneurysm (MCA M2). HE and EVG.
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Lindsay Wallace Jan 18
This infographic shows how , and are related in disease. Take a tour through our visual abstract “Managing frailty may reduce your risk of dementia”. [Thread 1/2] Questions or comments welcome!
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Vanessa Pitz Mar 26
So what did I take away from the workshop ? Correct methods, antibodies, and experience are crucial!
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