22 September 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights

If you are a pathologist, your colleagues will soon be looking you up regularly on our new Worldwide Directory of Pathologists because they saw your name connected with a surgical pathology report, a topic on our website, a paper, a talk, a committee or otherwise. If you have not yet signed up for the Directory, please click here and fill out our short survey to do so. If you’ve already signed up, please spread the word to your colleagues who have not signed up. Email Dr. Pernick at Nat@PathologyOutlines.com with any questions.

This week we are highlighting image contributions of pathologists from Northwestern University, in the Directory and otherwise.

Words of Wisdom

My mentor in residency (Dr. KarMing Fung) told me to remember these rules when I want to make a diagnosis: 1. Trust no one. 2. Find the killer. 3. Learn from others’ mistakes. (Courtesy of Sepideh Nikki Asadbeigi, M.D.)

Images

Brain – Chordoid glioma (Courtesy of Daniel J. Brat, M.D., Ph.D.)

15 September 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights

If you are a pathologist, your colleagues will soon be looking you up regularly on our new Worldwide Directory of Pathologists because they saw your name connected with a surgical pathology report, a topic on our website, a paper, a talk, a committee or otherwise. If you have not yet signed up for the Directory, please click here and fill out our short survey to do so. If you’ve already signed up, please spread the word to your colleagues who have not signed up. Email Dr. Pernick at Nat@PathologyOutlines.com with any questions.

This week we are highlighting image contributions of our Breast Pathology Deputy Editor and Editorial Board members, in the Directory and otherwise.

Favorite Images

Breast perilobular hemangioma (bird) (Courtesy of Julie M. Jorns, M.D.)

Benign breast duct (Courtesy of Kristen E. Muller, D.O.)

PDL1 SP142: positive (IC: 5%), expression observed in both immune cell (lower right) and tumor cell component (upper left). Immune cell staining is punctate and granular. Tumor cell staining pattern is linear, circumferential.(Courtesy of Gary Tozbikian, M.D.)

8 September 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights

For pathologists, residents and fellows to get their own entry in our Worldwide Directory of Pathologists, please fill out our survey. It only takes a few minutes to sign up, and then our staff will compose a free webpage for you. All who sign up for the Directory by 31 October 2021 are eligible for our drawing for one $100 and five $50 gift cards (Amazon or Starbucks). Winners will be chosen at random.

This week we are highlighting the Directory entries of pathologists from Harvard Medical School, which is in the top 10 institutions for Directory signups.

Favorite Images

Leiomyoma (Courtesy of Kyle M. Devins, M.D.)

Acute demyelinating encephalomyelitis (ADEM) (Courtesy of Maria Martinez-Lage, M.D.)

Peutz-Jegher polyp in an appendix (Courtesy of Monika Vyas, M.B.B.S.)

1 September 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights

For pathologists, residents and fellows to get their own entry in our Worldwide Directory of Pathologists, please fill out our survey. It only takes a few minutes to sign up, and then our staff will compose a free webpage for you.

This week we are highlighting the Directory entries of pathologists from Emory University, which is a leader in Directory signups.

Words of Wisdom

As soon as you tell the attending you did not see any mitotic figures, the attending is about to show you very obvious mitotic figures. (Courtesy of Kari Broder, D.O.)

Favorite Images

Hyaline vascular Castleman disease (Courtesy of Kyle Bradley, M.D., M.S.)

Multipolar mitotic figure (Courtesy of Kari Broder, D.O.)

Liver: Visitor from outer space (Courtesy of Romil Saxena, M.D.)

25 August 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights

To get your own entry in our Worldwide Directory of Pathologists, please take our survey. It only takes a few minutes to sign up, and then our staff will compose a free webpage for you.

This week we are highlighting the Directory entries of pathologists from India.

Words of Wisdom

If you don’t know it… you can’t see it. (Courtesy of Pankaj Mishra, M.D.)

Favorite Images

Polyoma viral inclusion in post transplant kidney (Courtesy of Srinivas Chakravarthy N., M.D.)

Fetus-in-fitu, the incorporation of one or more partially developed fetuses
into the body of an otherwise normally developed fetus. (Courtesy of Dhiraj B. Nikumbh, M.B.B.S., M.D.)

CD44 positive IHC expression in Triple Negative Breast Cancer (Courtesy of Reena Tomar, M.D.)

18 August 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights

To get your own entry in our Worldwide Directory of Pathologists, please take our survey. It only takes a few minutes to sign up, and then our staff will compose a free webpage for you.

This week we are highlighting the Directory entries of pathologists from Canada.

Words of Wisdom

One case at a time. (Courtesy of Laurette Geldenhuys, M.B.B.Ch., M.Med., M.A.Ed.)

Secrets of My Success

At the highest level there is no competition, there is only collaboration. There is no upper bound to how big you can think. (Courtesy of Kim Solez, M.D.)

Favorite Images

Antibody mediated rejection (Courtesy of Benjamin Adam, M.D.)

Renal allograft chronic active antibody mediated rejection (Courtesy of Ian W. Gibson, M.D., M.B.Ch.B.)

Melanin producing Xp11.2 translocation renal cell carcinoma (Courtesy of Megan Lea Brown, M.D.)

11 August 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights

To get your own entry in our Worldwide Directory of Pathologists, please take our survey. It only takes a few minutes to sign up, and then our staff will compose a free webpage for you.

This week we are highlighting the Directory entries of pathologists at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Texas, which has the highest number of directory signups.

Words of Wisdom

None are so blind as those who will not see. (Courtesy of Kieko Hara, M.D., Ph.D.)

Images

Adenocarcinoma (Cervical pap smear) (Courtesy of Caddie Laberiano-Fernández, M.D.)

Hemophagocytosis (Courtesy of Sanam Loghavi, M.D.)

Primary cutaneous gamma / delta T cell lymphoma, predominantly epidermotropic (Courtesy of Carlos A. Torres-Cabala, M.D.)