Spine

Nov 17, 2018 by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE Comments Off on Spine

Spine Vidyadhar Upasani Burt Yaszay Peter Newton INTRODUCTION Pediatric spine fractures are rare with only 5% of all spinal cord and vertebral column injuries occurring in children age 16 and…

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Ankle

Nov 17, 2018 by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE Comments Off on Ankle

Ankle Andrew Pennock Maya Pring INTRODUCTION In 1898, John Poland wrote Traumatic Separation of the Epiphyses and noted that ankle injuries in children differed from those in adults in three…

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Foot

Nov 17, 2018 by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE Comments Off on Foot

Foot Maya Pring Vidyadhar Upasani INTRODUCTION Foot fractures account for 5%-10% of pediatric fractures, and many of these can be treated with benign neglect and do relatively well. However, a…

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Apocrine Carcinoma

Nov 17, 2018 by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE Comments Off on Apocrine Carcinoma

Apocrine Carcinoma Edi Brogi Apocrine cells have abundant, densely eosinophilic cytoplasm and large round nuclei with prominent nucleoli. Apocrine lesions of the breast include apocrine metaplasia, an alteration that is…

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Mucinous Carcinoma

Nov 17, 2018 by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE Comments Off on Mucinous Carcinoma

Mucinous Carcinoma Edi Brogi Mucinous carcinoma (MC) is composed of neoplastic epithelial clusters admixed with extracellular mucin comprising at least 90% of the tumor. The terms mixed mucinous carcinoma or…

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