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Metastatic HCC. Key findings are the presence of many naked nuclei, as demonstrated here, as well as trabecular growth with disordered balls of cells. Other suggestive features to look for include branching fine capillary proliferation, endothelial cell wrapping around "packeting", macronucleoli, and evidence of bile production by malignant-appearing cells.

Metastatic HCC. Key findings are the presence of many naked nuclei, as demonstrated here, as well as trabecular growth with disordered balls of cells. Other suggestive features to look for include branching fine capillary proliferation, endothelial cell wrapping around "packeting", macronucleoli, and evidence of bile production by malignant-appearing cells.

Black Six: The BioWarfare Blog: MERS-CoV and the Hajj: Maintaining Public Health Security after Dense Population Events

Health officials have said a deadly virus which has killed 18 people worldwide appears to be able to spread from person-to-person. There have been 34 reported cases of the Sars-like novel coronavirus, known as hCoV-EMC, which causes severe.

psammoma body:    Papillary carcinoma of the thyroid;  Serous cystadenocarcinoma of the ovary;  Meningioma;  Mesothelioma

Ever hear someone say that every human has cancer at a given moment in time? Although clinically undetected cancers are common, the natural defenses of your body often eliminate abnormal cells before a cancerous disease state occurs.

Atlas Citológico - Neoplasia intra-epitelial grau 3 (Displasia acentuada/carcinoma "in situ) – Citologia

Atlas Citológico - Neoplasia intra-epitelial grau 3 (Displasia acentuada/carcinoma "in situ) – Citologia

CMML: This patient has a peripheral blood monocytosis, a hypercellular bone marrow, and dysplastic neutrophils, monocytes, and megakaryocytes.  In addition to persistent monocytosis, the 2008 WHO diagnostic criteria for CMML include: the absence of a Philadelphia chromosome or BCR-ABL1 fusion gene; the absence of a rearrangement for PDGFRA or PDGFRB; <20% blasts in the blood and bone marrow; and dysplasia in one or more myeloid lineages.

CMML: This patient has a peripheral blood monocytosis, a hypercellular bone marrow, and dysplastic neutrophils, monocytes, and megakaryocytes. In addition to persistent monocytosis, the 2008 WHO diagnostic criteria for CMML include: the absence of a Philadelphia chromosome or BCR-ABL1 fusion gene; the absence of a rearrangement for PDGFRA or PDGFRB; <20% blasts in the blood and bone marrow; and dysplasia in one or more myeloid lineages.

Peritoneaal vocht met metastase ovariumcarcinoom, met psammomabodie. Papkleuring.

Peritoneaal vocht met metastase ovariumcarcinoom, met psammomabodie. Papkleuring.

Neuroendocrine

Neuroendocrine

Pancreatic adenocarcionoma.

Pancreatic adenocarcionoma.

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