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Cytopathology smooth Tissue and Bone Lesions via Walid E. Khalbuss and Anil V. Parwani will satisfy the necessity for an easy-to-use and authoritative synopsis of sentimental tissue and bone cytopathology. This quantity, a part of the necessities in Cytopathology ebook sequence, suits into the lab coat pocket and is perfect for portability and fast reference. each one quantity within the sequence is seriously illustrated with a whole colour artwork application, whereas the textual content follows a easy define structure. Walid E. Khalbuss, MD, PhD, FIAC is affiliate Professor of Pathology on the collage of Pittsburgh scientific middle - Shadyside health center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Anil V. Parwani, MD, PhD, is affiliate Professor of Pathology on the college of Pittsburgh scientific heart - Shadyside sanatorium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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The multinucleation with some cytological nuclear atypia in megakaryocytes mimics liposarcoma. However, the presence of numerous bone marrow elements should alert to this lesion. Differential Diagnosis ● ● Liposarcoma, Extramedullary hematopoietic tumors. 6) ● ● ● It is common in all ages including newborn. Degeneration of adipose tissue caused by trauma, inflammation, or malignancy. It may result in cyst formation, hemorrhage, calcification, or fibrosis. 50 4. 6. FNA of subcutaneous fat necrosis.
FNA of kaposi sarcoma (DQ stain left and middle, ×400, cell block (H&E stain), ×400, and Human Herpes Virus type 8 immunostain, ×400, right lower). The patient was 36-year-old HIV-positive male patient who presented with brown irregular leg nodule. The smears demonstrate a bloody background with clusters of neoplastic spindle cells with ovoid nuclei with mostly smooth contours and finely-dispersed chromatin. Some nuclei display 1–2 small nucleoli and the characteristic nuclear streak artifact. Some neoplastic cells have a loose stroma and their cytoplasm forms tapered tails.
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