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Slide tutorial – Case 8

Clinical history: 59yo female,cystic nose lesion Digital slide: H&E (x40) – Review before progressing Macroscopic and microscopic images: Diagnosis:  Video tutorial Case discussion This is an important case because it; is a common condition in an unusual location The key features to take away include; The uniform background vascular nature of the lesion. The intravascular location of the lesion. Extended […]

Slide tutorial – Case 6

Clinical history: 72yo male, trans-urethral resection of bladder tumour (TURBT). Digital slide: H&E (x40) – Review before progressing Macroscopic and microscopic images: Diagnosis:  Video tutorial Case discussion This is an important case because it; is a benign condition that can mimic a malignant condition histologically. The key features to take away include; Bulbous rather than papillary architecture. The […]

Slide tutorial – Case 5

Clinical history: 73yo female – inferior auricular mass. Digital slide: FNA, pap and DQ (x 40 scan) – Review before progressing Macroscopic and microscopic images: Diagnosis:  Video tutorial Case discussion This is an important case because it; illustrates the cytological features of a common neoplastic condition The key features to take away include; cytological features of pleomorphic adenoma […]

Slide tutorial – case 4

Clinical history: 20yo female – Left renal tumour. Digital slide: H&E (x 40 scan) – Review before progressing Macroscopic and microscopic images: Diagnosis:  Video tutorial Case discussion This is an important case because it; illustrates the pathological features of an important but rare neoplastic condition requires development of an approached to lesions of the kidney with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm […]

Slide tutorial – case 3

Clinical history: 56yo male – Enlarged left groin node. Digital slide: H&E (x 40 scan) – Review before progressing Macroscopic and microscopic images: Diagnosis: Video tutorial Case discussion This is an important case because it; illustrates the pathological features of an important condition requires development of an approached to an effaced node with atypical lymphoid population The […]

Want to know more about Pathology?

Most people associate pathology with one thing…..blood tests…….but did you know that pathology services are involved in analysis and testing of a vast range of body tissue and fluids, on patients of all ages, with everything from a slight sniffle to life threatening disease. Performance and interpretation of pathology testing is undertaken by pathologists (medical doctors […]

Slide tutorial – case 2

68yo male – Whipples resection. Review the digital slide here Macroscopic and microscopic images Diagnosis: Video tutorial   Case discussion This is an important case because for the most part the tumour cells are undifferentiated…….but there are morphological clues to get to a diagnosis (at least a preferred diagnosis). The key features to take away […]

Slide tutorial – case 1

  68yo male – perihilar liver mass. Tissue obtained from porta hepatis for frozen section Review the digital slide here Microscopic images Diagnosis: Video tutorial   Case discussion This is an important case because it is subtle and can be missed, particularly in the setting of a frozen section. The key features to take away […]

Prostate Cancer World Congress 2013

TissuPath was proud to attend and take part in the recent Prostate World Congress, held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre in Melbourne. As well as an oral presentation from Prof. John Mills on ‘New tests improving the diagnostic accuracy of prostate biopsies‘, TissuPath pathologists and staff were also actively involved in research projects […]

Pathology Case Study – Prostate Trus Bx

Clinical: 68M, rising PSA. TRUS prostate biopsy. What is your diagnosis? Review the static images below or interactive digital slide   What is your diagnosis? (scroll for answer)             Diagnosis: Prostate adenocarcinoma, Gleason score 3+4(10%)=7 Findings: The core shows partial involvement by prostate adenocarcinoma seen predominantly as small, individual, rounded […]

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