We have posted updates of the following topics: Colon > Infectious colitis > Amebic colitis by Blaine A. Mathison, B.S., Bobbi S. Pritt, M.D., M.Sc. Topic summary: Disease caused by infection of the large intestine with the protozoan parasite, Entamoeba histolytica. Transmission primarily by ingestion of E. histolytica cysts in fecally contaminated food or water … Continue reading 16 May 2022: Textbook Updates
What’s new on PathologyOutlines.com this week? 1. 2022 Q1 Jobs Report We have posted the PathologyOutlines.com jobs report for the 1st quarter of 2022. For this quarter, there were 417 job postings at PathologyOutlines.com for full time or part time Pathologists, which form the basis for the statistics in the report. This is a 56.2% increase from … Continue reading 13 May 2022: Weekly Roundup #88
We have posted updates of the following topics: Bone & joints > Other nonneoplastic > Epidermoid inclusion cyst by Alnoor Akber, M.D., Nasir Ud Din, M.B.B.S. Topic summary: Benign epithelial inclusion cyst in the bone lined with stratified squamous epithelium, identical to cutaneous counterpart. Post traumatic squamous epithelium embedded in bone. Rare incidence, young to … Continue reading 12 May 2022: Textbook Updates
Authors: Simon F. Roy, M.D., Jennifer M. McNiff, M.D. What is the histopathological epidermal reaction pattern seen in the image below? Select an answer: A. Acantholysis B. Dyskeratotic acantholysis C. Epidermal necrosis D. Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis To sign up for our biweekly image quiz newsletters and more, visit pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html.
What’s new on PathologyOutlines.com this week? 1. New Editorial Board Appointment for Gynecologic Pathology Dr. Stephanie (Steph) Skala was appointed to our Editorial Board for Gynecologic Pathology and will be overseeing our Uterus chapter. Dr. Skala is an Assistant Professor of Pathology at University of Michigan. She obtained her M.D. at Washington University School of … Continue reading 6 May 2022: Weekly Roundup #87
We have posted updates of the following topics: Stains & CD markers > CD68 by Chiara Caraccio, B.A., Frido Bruehl, M.D. Topic summary: Lysosomal glycoprotein that is present in a variety of normal and neoplastic cell types and is primarily used as a marker to identify histiocytes and histiocytic tumors. KP1 and PGM1 are the … Continue reading 2 May 2022: Textbook Updates
PathologyOutlines.com and its founder / CEO, Dr. Nat Pernick, are pleased to announce the Pernick Prize, 2 annual $15,000 awards for excellence in mathematics and medical sciences. This award will be administered by the Detroit Public School Foundation and given to Detroit Public School high school students. Dr. Pernick, whose parents attended DPS schools, believes … Continue reading 29 April 2022: Pernick Prize
We have posted updates of the following topics: Bone marrow neoplastic > Bone marrow – neoplastic myeloid > Other AML entities defined by the WHO > Acute panmyelosis with myelofibrosis by Zarrin Hossein-Zadeh, M.D., Julie Feldstein, M.D. Topic summary: Rare subtype of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), NOS. Acute panmyeloid proliferation with increased blasts (≥ 20% … Continue reading 28 April 2022: Textbook Updates
Author: Molly Housley Smith, D.M.D. Oral examination of a patient reveals an asymmetric 4 mm red nodule at the dorsal tongue base. The patient is asymptomatic and was unaware of the finding. Biopsy of the lesion is shown. Which of the following is true regarding the diagnosis? Select an answer: A. Diagnosis of this entity … Continue reading 26 April 2022: Image Quiz #81
We have posted updates of the following topics: Breast > Fibroepithelial tumors > Hamartoma by Indu Agarwal, M.D., Luis Blanco, Jr., M.D. Topic summary: Well circumscribed, often encapsulated mass composed of normal but disorganized components of breast tissue. Presents as painless breast mass or detected by screening mammography or other breast imaging modalities. Found predominantly … Continue reading 25 April 2022: Textbook Updates
This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com: 1. New Editorial Board Appointments Dr. Mario L. Marques Piubelli was recently appointed to our Editorial Board for Hematopathology. Dr. Marques-Piubelli is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Translational Molecular Pathology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. He obtained his M.D. at the Federal … Continue reading 22 April 2022: Weekly Roundup #86
We have posted updates of the following topics: Lymphoma & related disorders > Mature B cell neoplasms > Small B cell lymphomas with lymphoplasmacytic differentiation / marginal zone lymphomas > MALT-marginal zone by Mario L. Marques-Piubelli, M.D., Roberto N. Miranda, M.D. Topic summary: Extranodal, low grade B cell lymphoma that is composed of a heterogeneous … Continue reading 21 April 2022: Textbook Updates
Thanks to Dr. Chunyu Cai, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, USA for contributing this case and discussion and to Dr. Meaghan Morris, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA for reviewing the discussion. Clinical history: A 51 year old man presents with progressive hearing loss in the left ear, intermittent … Continue reading 20 April 2022: Case of the Month #514
Please introduce yourself. It’s weird to realize that I am already in the middle of my career as an academic breast pathologist, currently an Associate Professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). Why did you become a pathologist? My uncle died of AIDS in the ’90s and that made me determined to become a … Continue reading 19 April 2022: Meet the Editor – Julie M. Jorns, M.D.
We have posted updates of the following topics: Lymphoma & related disorders > HHV8 associated lymphoproliferative disorders > HHV8 related DLBCL, NOS by Annapurna Saksena, M.B.B.S, M.D., Elaine S. Jaffe, M.D. Topic summary: Neoplasm characterized by a monoclonal proliferation of HHV8 infected lymphoid cells that resemble plasmablasts and express IgM lambda. Usually arises in association … Continue reading 18 April 2022: Textbook Updates
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