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Furuncle (Abscess)

Washington Deceit

What is the definition of a furuncle? Is it different from a carbuncle? Are these abscesses primarily involving the dermis or epidermis? Delineate some dermal abscesses.

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Arteriolosclerosis (Hypertension) And Hydropic...

Washington Deceit

Demonstrate tubules with hydropic change. What is hydropic change? Is hydropic change a NON-specific finding in many diseases?

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Acute Pancreatitis 2

Washington Deceit

What is the cause of the fat necrosis in the peripancreatic fat of this pancreas? Demonstrate it. Why is the term saponification often used with respect to acute pancreatitis? What is the typical profile...

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Conchal Cell Disease

T.N. JANAKIRAM

This video presents conchal cell disease.

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Appendix- Acute Appendicitis- Self-Leraning...

Washington Deceit

Find some remnant mucosal glands. What is the definition of ulceration anywhere in the body? Demonstrate neutrophils (i.e., polys, or PMNs) in all four layers---mucosa, submucosa, muscular layer, serosa....

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Lung - Healed Granuloma

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Why is this called healed? If this was active TB years ago, and it is now called healed, might you still expect to culture acid fast organisms from here? Can the terms fibrosis and scarring be used...

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Pleura - Adhesion

Washington Deceit

Can you separate visceral from parietal pleura in this section, even with a microscope? Can the terms adhesion and fibrosis, more or less, also be used interchangeably? Draw a line delineating the...

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Sarcoidosis

Washington Deceit

What does the term caseation mean? Is it a gross or microscopic descriptive word? What percentage of this lymph node is occupied by granulomas? Why is it commonly said that the granulomas of sarcoid...

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Central Passive Congestion And Centrilobular...

Washington Deceit

Which part of the liver lobule becomes damaged first in oxygen/flow related injuries? (centrilobular or periportal) Which part of the liver lobule becomes damaged first in toxic related injuries? (centrilobular...

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Fat Necrosis - Traumatic

Washington Deceit

What is the most common cause of fat necrosis in any part of the body? Demonstrate granulomas, giant cells, and hemosiderin.

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Lymphocytic Infiltrate (Possible Tick Bite)

Washington Deceit

Are lymphocytic infiltrates in various parts of the skin specific for any disease or one of the most NON-specific findings in dermatopathology? If you saw tick body parts in this slide would be be able...

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Acute Pancreatitis

Washington Deceit

What is the cause of the fat necrosis in the peripancreatic fat of this pancreas? Demonstrate it. Why is the term saponification often used with respect to acute pancreatitis? What is the typical profile...

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Stomach - Erosion

Washington Deceit

Draw a line delineating the precise area of epithelial loss. Do you think the term erosion, in this case, can be, more or less, interchangeably, used with the term ulceration?

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Cerebral Infarct, Recent

Washington Deceit

Is brain damage always used as the best example of liquefactive necrosis? Why is necrosis here liquefactive? Can many types of brain damage cause liquefactive necrosis, in a non-specific fashion? Might...

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Cerebellum - Abscess

Washington Deceit

Demonstrate the abscess by drawing a circle around it. What is the most common cause for brain abscesses in children? Name some things which are associated with brain abscesses in adults. What type...

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Vertebrae- Fracture Callus

Washington Deceit

What are the two types of callus in the phases of a healing bone fracture? Which type is this? What is it composed of? Demonstrate it.

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Liver - Cirrhosis 1

Washington Deceit

What TWO features are ALWAYS needed to diagnose all types cirrhosis? Demonstrate each one.

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Cell Division

High Impact - Medical Animation

This video presents cell division. Medical Animations by High Impact Graphics. Learn more at HighImpact.com or give us a call at 800-749-2184.

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Empyema With Organized Granulation Tissue

Washington Deceit

What is the definition of empyema? Why might the term organized granulation tissue be redundant? Why might empyema and granulation be oxymoronic? Demonstrate fibrin. Demonstrate neutrophils. Demonstrate...

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Viral Encephalitis

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Demonstrate lymphocytic perivascular cuffing in the Virchow-Robbins space. Is this a classic feature of almost all encephalitis cases? Are the vast majority of encephalitis cases viral rather than bacterial?...

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Bronchopneumonia

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What is the main differentiation between bronchopneumonia and lobar pneumonia? Where do broncho-pneumonias start? Why might this lung be heavier than normal? Why might there be fewer air bubbles when...

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Chronic Fibrinous Bursitis

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Why can the phrase chronic fibrinous be construed as an oxymoron? What is a bursa as opposed to a joint cavity? Show the fibrin. Show the fibrosis. Show some synovial cells. Show villi. [if]Is this a...

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Small Intestine- Crohn Disease

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Which 4 layers of the GI wall are classically involved by Crohn (or more commonly Crohns or Crohn's) disease, one or most? What single small histopathologic structure is almost diagnostic of Crohn disease?...

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Organizing Pneumonia

Washington Deceit

Why is this called organizing? What are the common cells and structures seen in organizing inflammation in ANY part of the body? Can the terms organizing inflammation and granulation tissue be used...

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Skin - Keloid

Washington Deceit

Name some extremely common areas for keloids to occur. What are they related to most of the time? What is the primary histopathologic process found in keloid formation. Put a box around a 100Andpercnt;...

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Acute Tubular Necrosis

Washington Deceit

Show, in any way, shape, or form, a necrotic tubule. Name two or three most common causes of ATN.

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Acute Cholecystitis

Washington Deceit

Is the presence of neutrophils in the wall of the gallbladder needed for the diagnosis of acute cholecystitis? Demonstrate this. Demonstrate some fibrin. If the inflammatory infiltrate was severe enough...

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Pseudomembranous Colitis

Washington Deceit

Demonstrate the pseudomembrane. What are the two main constituents of the pseudomembrane? What bacterial toxin is this almost always associated with?

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Squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue (2...

Gastroenterology Atlas

Lingual carcinomas may appear as an exophytic mass, an infiltrative lesion , or as a painful nonhealing ulcer, usually on the lateral aspect of the tongue. However patients may occasionally be seen...

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Lung - Acute Infarct - Septic

Washington Deceit

Why are true infarcts of the lung uncommon even with pulmonary emboli? Why might this one be called septic? Can you see bacteria?[if] Why might this be called a hemorrhagic infarct (rather than anemic...

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Myocardial Infarct

Washington Deceit

Demonstrate the coagulation necrosis. Demonstrate the neutrophilic infiltrates (i.e., acute inflammatory infiltrate)

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Tuberculosis

Washington Deceit

Demonstrate a caseating granuloma. Where is the caseating granuloma located with respect to the rest of the granuloma? Could this lymph node stain or culture positive for acid fast bacilli? Does it...

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Acute Fibrinous Pericarditis

Washington Deceit

Is it limited to the pericardial layer? What are some common causes of acute pericarditis?

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Cellular Adaptations, Cell Injury and Cell...

Washington Deceit

This video presents lecture on cellular adaptations, cell injury and cell death. Medical School Pathology, Chapter 1b.

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Bronchopneumonia With Micro-Abscesses

Washington Deceit

What is a microabscess defined as? Delineate an alveolus jam packed with neutrophils

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Myocardial Infarction - Recent

Washington Deceit

Demonstrate granulation tissue. What is granulation tissue? Can the term granulation tissue be used, more or less, interchangeably, with the term organizing inflammation?

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Interstitial Nephritis

Washington Deceit

What is the interstitium of the kidney? Why might the term thyroidization be described here as an adjective? Demonstrate it. Demonstrate a tubule with coagulation necrosis.

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Diabetic Glomerulosclerosis

Washington Deceit

Even if you didn't know anything at all about diabetes, and also had contempt for esoteric words like Kimmelsteil-Wilson, simply name some ways this kidney differs from all the normal kidneys you have...

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Cellular Adaptations, Cell Injury and Cell...

Washington Deceit

In this video you can see lecture on cellular adaptations, cell injury and cell death. Medical School Pathology, Chapter 1a.

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Sarcoidosis

Washington Deceit

What is a classical profile with somebody with sarcoid? Why do may people, erroneously, regard sarcoidosis as granulomas in which no organisms can be cultured? Demonstrate a classical granuloma. What...

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Bacterial Pericarditis

Washington Deceit

In all honesty, can this be grossly or microscopically differentiated from a NON-bacterial pericarditis? Do you feel confident enough to identify bacteria on this type of stain? If so, demonstrate some....

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Chronic Esophagitis

Washington Deceit

Which of the four primary GI tract layers, mucosa, submucosa, muscularis, serosa/adventitia is involved the most? Demonstrate this. Being chronic inflammation, what is the primary cell(s) of infiltration?...

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Acute And Chronic Cholangitis

Washington Deceit

Which parts of the cut sections of the liver show the inflammatory changes? What is the usual cause of cholangitis? Why might this be called acute and chronic from a histopathological point of view?...

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Diffuse Cortical Necrosis

Washington Deceit

Draw a line between the necrotic cortex and the more viable appearing medulla. On which side of that line can nuclei be discerned more easily? Why?

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Early Pneumonia

Washington Deceit

Why might this be called the early stage of inflammation? Demonstrate at least two reasons why.

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Squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue (3...

Gastroenterology Atlas

The dorsal aspect of the tongue may be thought of as divided into thirds. The anterior two thirds is known as the oral tongue, and it is this portion that is mobile. The oral tongue is demarcated from...

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Diffuse Interstitial Fibrosis

Washington Deceit

Show a thickened interstitium next to a more normal thickness interstitium? Is this a non-specific finding in many chronic lung disease states? Name some common things which this might be associated...

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Squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue (1...

Gastroenterology Atlas

This 76 year-old male, was referred to our endoscopic unit for the placement of a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PGE) due to a carcinoma of the tongue. Squamous cell carcinoma of the oral tongue...

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Pituitary - Partial Infarct

Washington Deceit

What non-specific type of tissue response is seen in this pituitary secondary to infarction, coagulative necrosis, caseous necrosis, hemorrhagic necrosis, or liquefactive necrosis?

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Small cell carcinoma of the lung that invades the upper and
 the middle third of the Esophagus (7 of 7)
N/A

Small cell carcinoma of the lung that invades...

Gastroenterology Atlas

To the left there are small cell tumor, malignant. To the right, the esquamous epithelium of the esophagus that is normal.

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