PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE

Laboratory Tests

Mar 20, 2021 by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE Comments Off on Laboratory Tests

Laboratory Tests L. V. Rao Hongbo Yu INTRODUCTION This chapter presents the most commonly ordered serum, plasma, and whole blood laboratory tests arranged in alphabetical order. Each entry is titled…

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Head and Neck

Mar 11, 2021 by in PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY MEDICINE Comments Off on Head and Neck

Thyroid Gland Granulomatous Thyroiditis (De Quervain Thyroiditis) Clinical Features • Also called subacute thyroiditis • Presents with clinically marked tenderness of thyroid, fever, sore throat, and malaise most likely related…

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Lymph Nodes

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Normal Lymph Node Histopathology • A lymph node contains a cortex, a paracortex, a medulla, sinuses, a hilum, and a fibrous capsule • The cortex is a B-cell area, which…

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Breast

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Subareolar Abscess Clinical Features • Develops in lactating and nonlactating breasts, usually in nonlactating breasts • Found in women of any age, typically during reproductive years • Can be seen…

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Soft Tissue

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Nodular Fasciitis Clinical Features • Primarily affects young adults aged 20 to 40 years; occasionally seen in children • Presents as a rapidly growing solitary mass; may be painful •…

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Hepatobiliary System

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Viral Hepatitis Clinical Features Hepatitis A Virus • Single-stranded RNA (ssRNA) virus (picornavirus) • Transmission route: fecal-oral • Incubation: 2 to 6 weeks • Self-limited • Not associated with chronic…

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Eye and Orbit

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Adult Ocular Lesions External Lesions Malignant Melanoma of the Conjunctiva Clinical Features † Deceased • Usually pigmented (may be amelanotic), nodular, elevated lesion with vascularity, anywhere on conjunctiva • Usually…

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