Knee

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

Knee Andrew Pennock Eric Edmonds INTRODUCTION With our country’s fascination and enthusiasm for sports, we are currently observing a dramatic rise in sports-related pediatric knee injuries. When a child presents…

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Pelvis and Hip

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Pelvis and Hip Andrew Pennock Vidyadhar Upasani James Bomar INTRODUCTION The osteoporotic bone of an elderly lady is very different from the tough, growing bone of a child. Therefore, greater…

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Radius and Ulna

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Radius and Ulna Vidyadhar Upasani Henry Chambers INTRODUCTION Forearm fractures, especially about the wrist, are among the most common pediatric injuries. When a child falls off a bike, scooter, or…

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Medullary Carcinoma

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Medullary Carcinoma Frederick C. Koerner As classically described, medullary carcinoma is a well-circumscribed carcinoma composed of poorly differentiated cells with scant stroma and a prominent lymphoid infiltrate. The term atypical…

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Tubular Carcinoma

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Tubular Carcinoma Edi Brogi Tubular carcinoma (TC) is a highly differentiated invasive ductal carcinoma composed of at least 90% simple monostratified neoplastic tubules with low-grade cytologic atypia (1). TC constitutes…

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Fibroepithelial Neoplasms

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Fibroepithelial Neoplasms Edi Brogi SCLEROSING LOBULAR HYPERPLASIA (FIBROADENOMATOID MASTOPATHY) Clinical Presentation Sclerosing lobular hyperplasia (SLH) occasionally forms a localized tumor (1,2) and may be associated with tenderness. Age Patient age…

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