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Maryam Sayah, MD 16h
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Wow. This is beautiful! Lovely
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Silvija Gottesman MD 8h
Ear lesion in a patient with ESRD. Cutaneous oxalosis. Check out the polarizing calcium oxalate crystals. Did u know that too much chocolate, plums, beetroot, strawberries, rhubarb, tofu, spinach, kiwi & nuts is no good?
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Mahesha Vankalakunti 🇮🇳 16h
Proximal tubule wrapped up by d Garland of distal tubule
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Esther Adler, MD 9h
Labial mass in a middle aged woman. What if I told you she had silicone injected into her buttocks for cosmetic augmentation?
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Luis Humberto Cruz C 7h
dysgenetic gonad? cryptorchidism?
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Theodore Vougiouklakis, MD 7h
A potpourri of rare tropical and opportunistic infectious GI path: Part II! Any takers? 🌴🐛
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dianapath Nov 11
Female, 2 months old. Semilobar holoprosencephaly, polimicrogyria. ZIC2 mutation 13q32 identified in this case.
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Ilana Rosman, MD 10h
Middle-aged woman with history of breast cancer presenting with new lesions.
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Van-Hung Nguyen, MD 10h
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Jonhan Ho 15h
A whole slide image of a soft tissue lesion. Diagnosis? Posted by my colleague Corey Georgesen and shared with his permission.
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Henry YANG 12h
if you saw a lesion from the upper back of a 60year old with the following morphology. Are you worried?
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Henry YANG 12h
Here is SOX10, you will see why we sometimes can easily miss this kind of melanoma in situ.
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Matthew Cecchini Nov 10
Replying to @Path_Matt
14/25 In UIP you need to see both temporal and spatial heterogeneity. The temporal heterogeneity means you need to the past present and future of the disease; Past = fibrotic lung image 1 Present= active fibrosis (fibroblastic focus) image 2 Future=uninvolved normal lung image 3
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Matthew Cecchini Nov 10
Replying to @Path_Matt
13/25 Great these are fibroblastic foci. Fibroblastic plugs (masson bodies) is a related term that is used to describe mucopolysaccharide-rich intraluminal plugs of proliferating fibroblasts within alveolar spaces and distal bronchioles shown below;
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Matthew Cecchini Nov 10
Replying to @Path_Matt
7/25In contrast here is a case with much less drama. At low power it has a much more uniform appearance
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Matthew Cecchini Nov 10
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6/25The 'drama' of the case is nicely highlighted in this image which showcases the different acts of drama going on; Bottom panel; relatively univolved lung with some active fibrosis Top panels: dense fibrosis with some cystically dilated spaces There is a lot going on!
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Matthew Cecchini Nov 10
Replying to @Path_Matt
2/25Lets start with a case we have a surgical lung biopsy from a 65 year old man. He lives on a farm but works in town in an office building. Don't go breaking out your oil for 100x we are staying at low power first we need that birds-eye-view of what is going on.
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