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(Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine[TA])
11,024 results
  • Follicular Lymphoma Diagnostic Caveats and Updates. [Journal Article]
  • APArch Pathol Lab Med 2018 Sep 17
  • Choi SM, Betz BL, Perry AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: - Follicular lymphoma can occasionally present with atypical morphologic, immunohistochemical, or molecular/genetic features. In particular, those findings can be difficult to interpret in the setting of a limited tissue sample. Awareness of those possibilities will help guide the pathologist to a more accurate and precise diagnosis.
  • Verruciform and Condyloma-like Squamous Proliferations in the Anogenital Region. [Journal Article]
  • APArch Pathol Lab Med 2018 Sep 11
  • Chan MP
  • CONCLUSIONS: - Correct diagnosis of condyloma acuminatum and condyloma-like lesions has important clinical implication and entails familiarization with their clinical presentations and histopathologic features. Contrary to historical belief, giant condyloma acuminatum and verrucous carcinoma should be considered distinct entities based on different pathogenetic pathways. Ancillary tools available for identifying and genotyping human papillomavirus can aid in diagnosis when histopathologic findings are inconclusive. Recognition of relatively rare entities such as bowenoid papulosis, epidermolytic acanthoma, and verruciform xanthoma would avoid overdiagnosis and unnecessary, overaggressive treatment.
  • Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases in the Lower Respiratory Tract: A Cytopathologist's Perspective. [Journal Article]
  • APArch Pathol Lab Med 2018 Sep 11
  • Baldassarri RJ, Kumar D, … Cai G
  • CONCLUSIONS: - The lower respiratory tract is subject to infection by a wide variety of infectious agents. Pathologists should be familiar with common organisms, including their general clinical characteristics, cytomorphologic features, differential diagnoses, and ancillary methods of detection. Above all, correlation with microbiologic and clinical information is necessary to make a confident diagnosis of infection.
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