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Gerônimo Jr. Sep 16
Small intestine. Young adult.
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Rachel Whitehair Sep 17
Sometimes you get lucky 5 yo Stomach biopsy
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Rami Alhassan Sep 18
My first case is a rare one! Female mid 60s with a breast mass. Differentials and stains? More to follow!
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Ivana Savic, MD Sep 18
Friday vibes with Merkel cell carcinoma. IHC confirmed.
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Roula Katerji Sep 21
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Craig Horbinski Sep 21
Dura-based mass in a 75 year-old. What's the diagnosis? What sex is the patient? (This is VERY rare, so don't feel bad if you're unsure.)
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Michael Bayerl MD Sep 18
A classic example of "too atypical to be malignant." This is a benign symplastic (?still current terminology) leiomyoma.
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Lorand Kis 1h
Two questions on this biopsy: 1. Would your interpretation differ based on the anatomical location of the biopsy? (i.e. would you call it the same irrespective from where the biopsy was taken?) 2. Would you ask for p16 IHC?
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Pathodoodles- Deeksha Sikri Sep 20
For new and enthusiastic here on - some histological patterns in . Terms you'll come across again and again (and again) while reading and having to report
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Pathodoodles- Deeksha Sikri Sep 17
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Pranav Patwardhan Sep 19
How to solve the UDH Vs ADH/DCIS Vs ALH/LCIS Dilemma as a trainee? An attempt to illustrate:
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Patricia Szwebel Sep 17
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Jenny Pincus Maloney, MD Sep 19
Starting soon! Hope to see you there! We'll get you board ready!
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Loyola Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Sep 16
Calling all trainees-to-be! Are you following our residents page (LUMC_PathologyResidency)? Check it out for more insight into resident life, the fabric of our program and resident/faculty highlights!
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Deyze Badarane, MD, MPH, CPH Sep 19
Thank you to all the Pathology Residency Programs for the Open House opportunities! Check out the new Open Houses coming soon! Click to Register!
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Maria Martinez-Lage, MD Sep 19
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Seungyun Jee, MD Sep 20
Fall vibes? 🍂 - From an intrahepatic IPNB specimen ()
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YaSmina Sep 20
I have summarized the changes between 2007 and 2016 WHO classification of Embryonal Tumors of CNS.. Hope you find it useful..
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Morgan Matthews 🔬🩺🐾 Sep 21
"no part of this document is intended to replace common sense" is the sassiest comment I've ever read in an SOP
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UW Pathology Res and Fel Sep 17
If you're applying for residency this year, consider joining us at one of our 3 Open Virtual Houses! Meeting info here:
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