We have posted updates of the following topics: CNS & pituitary tumors > Gliomas, glioneuronal tumors, and neuronal tumors > Neuronal and mixed neuronal-glial tumors > Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor by Chris Dampier, M.D., P.J. Cimino, M.D., Ph.D. Topic summary: Cortex based glioneuronal neoplasm that is often located in the mesial temporal lobe of adolescents and … Continue reading 8 December 2022: Textbook Updates
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We have posted updates of the following topics: Anus & perianal area > Premalignant > Squamous dysplasia by Irene Y. Chen, M.D., Xiaoyan Liao, M.D., Ph.D. Topic summary: Noninvasive neoplastic proliferation of the anal squamous epithelium with cytologic and architectural abnormalities; associated with human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Most cases are incidental findings in benign minor … Continue reading 5 December 2022: Textbook Updates
Here’s what you need to know about PathologyOutlines.com this week: 1. WHO HAEM5 and ICC-B cell Topic We have a great topic on the new HemePath classification systems, WHO HAEM5 and ICC-B cell, written by Pichayut Nithagon, M.D. and Patricia Tsang, M.D., M.B.A. 2. Curing Cancer Network Dr. Pernick has updated his strategic plan to substantially reduce cancer … Continue reading 2 December 2022: Weekly Roundup #106
We have posted updates of the following topics: Cervix > Inflammatory / infectious > HPV overview by Maryam Aghighi, M.D., Teresa M. Darragh, M.D. Topic summary: Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection of the cervix can cause low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion, cancer precursors (high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion, adenocarcinoma in situ) or cancer (squamous cell carcinoma … Continue reading 1 December 2022: Textbook Updates
Authors: Juwairiya Arshi, M.B.B.S., Aaron R. Huber, D.O. Which histological feature is most common in celiac disease? Select an answer: A. Crypt hyperplasia B. Granulomas C. Intraepithelial lymphocytosis D. Mucosal eosinophilia E. Villous atrophy To sign up for our biweekly image quiz newsletters and more, visit pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html.
We have posted updates of the following topics: Coagulation > General > Physiology by Zoya Gurm, B.S., Zaher K. Otrock, M.D., Ph.D. Topic summary: Hemostasis is a highly complex process of clot formation in response to blood vessel injury. Hemostasis can be categorized into 3 stages. During injury to vascular endothelium, the first response to … Continue reading 28 November 2022: Textbook Updates
We have posted updates of the following topics: Eye > Eyelid > Other tumors > Eyelid cysts by J. Stephen Nix, M.D. Topic summary: Benign cystic lesions of the eyelid, most of which are caused by blockages of ducts (hidrocystomas) or hair follicles (epidermal cyst) or are consequence of entrapped benign, embryologic tissue (dermoid cyst). … Continue reading 21 November 2022: Textbook Updates
Here’s what you need to know about PathologyOutlines.com this week: 1. Stains and CD Markers Adele has a great hit, ‘Rolling in the Deep‘, in which she sings, “We could have had it all”. But that is not true; life is about tradeoffs and we have to make the best deals or compromises that we … Continue reading 18 November 2022: Weekly Roundup #105
We have posted updates of the following topics: Chemistry, toxicology & urinalysis > General chemistry > Metabolism > Hemoglobin A1C by Archana Shetty, M.B.B.S., M.D. Topic summary: Laboratory test used to evaluate a person’s glucose control. A standard of care (SOC) test for diagnosis and management of diabetes. Formed by the nonenzymatic condensation of the … Continue reading 17 November 2022: Textbook Updates
Authors: Samuel Bidot, M.D., Saja Asakrah, M.D., Ph.D. This specimen is a touch imprint obtained from an axillary lymph node of a 35 year old white man with HIV. Which of the following viruses is associated with this disease and with what frequency? Select an answer: A. Epstein-Barr virus in 30% of cases B. Epstein-Barr virus in … Continue reading 15 November 2022: Image Quiz #95
Here’s what you need to know about PathologyOutlines.com this week: 1. Copyright and Images We welcome authors to submit original images that they own for posting to the topics they write; however, we want to remind you that you cannot claim images from other publications as your own for our textbook because this is a … Continue reading 11 November 2022: Weekly Roundup #104
We have posted updates of the following topics: CNS nontumor > Fungal infections > Aspergillosis by Sameen Afzal, M.B.B.S, Mohammad Khurram Minhas, M.B.B.S. Topic summary: Cerebral aspergillosis is an aggressive, rare form of invasive aspergillosis characterized by brain parenchymal or meningeal invasion by Aspergillus species; invasion of either brain parenchyma or meninges by septate, branching … Continue reading 10 November 2022: Textbook Updates
Thanks to Drs. Leandro Freitas, Ana Grizotto and Athanase Billis, State University of Campinas (Unicamp), Campinas, Brazil and the Genitourinary Pathology Society (GUPS), for contributing this case and discussion and to Dr. Debra Zynger, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA for reviewing the discussion. Clinical history: A 76 year old man with an incidental renal tumor … Continue reading 8 November 2022: Case of the Month #521
We have posted updates of the following topics: Kidney tumor > Childhood tumors > Rhabdoid tumor by Ellen D’Hooghe, M.D., Gordan M. Vujanic, M.D., Ph.D. Topic summary: Highly malignant undifferentiated tumor composed of noncohesive cells with large, eccentric nuclei, prominent nucleoli and intracytoplasmic inclusions; characterized by loss of INI1 immunostaining and SMARCB1 genetic abnormalities (in … Continue reading 7 November 2022: Textbook Updates
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