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Aysha Mubeen Jun 14
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Francis Zerd, MD. Jun 10
A 7 years old girl with left ovarian mass. What are your suggestions?
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Maryam Sayah, MD Jun 12
Lets start a quiz! This is a prostate biopsy! Diagnosis? Name one important IHC that highlights these cells?
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Raul Perret, MSc, MD 🇦🇷🇨🇵 Jun 12
95y with a thigh mass. Previous history of plemorphic liposarcoma in the same location. Local recurrence? Other? What do you guys think? More pics below
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Rola Ali, MD Jun 12
▪️A and B came on the same day ▪️Both referred with the same DDx ▪️Both deep-seated from upper limb/limb girdle ▪️Both young 2nd-3rd decades Can you tell them apart?
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URMC GI Pathology Jun 12
Appendectomy for acute appendicitis but wait a second...Here's an IHC stain for NKX3.1, diagnosis?
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Jen Findeis-Hosey Jun 14
What a great way to start Friday! Sigmoid colon polyp. Dx? It is a beauty!
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Pathology Walker@Auto Tweet Bot 16h
Solitary fibrous tumor/Hemangiopericytoma, WHO grade III. Cerebrum, tumorectomy.
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Pathology Walker@Auto Tweet Bot Jun 14
Walthard cell nest. Ovary, HE stain.
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Katy Veprauskas Jun 13
More about adamantinoma-like Ewing sarcoma from : eosinophilic matrix deposition, often overt squamous diff. Tipoff is positivity for both synaptophysin AND p40
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Jerad Gardner, MD Jun 14
Kaposi sarcoma usually has SPECKLED nuclear HHV-8 staining. May be strong enough to stain whole nucleus, but speckles = very characteristic. Checkout / Kaposi video by me & :
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Mousa Mobarki Jun 15
Time for female patient in her 70s presented with small intestinal mass. ddx diagnosis? IHC?
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CoRus13 Jun 15
Basaloid squamous cell carcinoma of the lung, biopsy.
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Katy Veprauskas Jun 15
"Starry IgG4 related disease": Did you know that van Gogh's painting shows storiform and angiocentric fibrosis? (eosinophilic angiocentric fibrosis now considered part of IgG4 related disease) from Dr. Vikram Deshpande
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Dr.Chirag Desai 1h
Hair bulb histology - Major part of bulb is composed of matrical cells with melanocytes interspersed between them. Base of the bulb encloses a papilla formed of connective tissue. A single capillary traverses the papilla.
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Drazen Jukic Jun 12
Life or death situation - dilated pore of Wiener or pilar sheath acanthoma - what do you guys think?
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Aimi T. Rothrock, MD Jun 14
👩🏻‍⚕️Day 35: Merkel cell carcinoma on cytology. CD56 and NSE are more likely to be positive compared to synapto and chromo.
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Katy Veprauskas Jun 10
Tiny deposit of metastatic melanoma in a sentinel lymph node, highlighted by MelanA stain
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Dr.Chirag Desai 1h
Hair Stem histology - comprises from outside inward 1. Outer sheath, 2. Henle’s later of inner sheath, 3. Huxley’s layer of inner sheath, 4. Cuticle of inner sheath, 5. Cuticle/Cortex/medulla of hair.
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Amer Soc of Dermpath Jun 14
RT Don’t let this halo of CD34 fool you into calling a dermatofibroma as DFSP. Note how the center is dead negative. Nice pics by . My DF video demonstrates this: (around 13:00).
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