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what is the condition?

Hodgkin lymphoma

2

what is the condition? 

multiple myeloma. infiltrating abnormal plasma cells in the bone marrow

3

what is the condition?

CLL

4

what is the condition

AML

5

what is the condition

ALL (blast immature lymphocytes)

6

what is the condition

CLL

7

what is the conditon

CML

8

what is the condition

diffuse large b cell lymphoma

9

what is this?

spleen (normal)

10

what is this?

sarcoidosis of spleen

11

what is this?

normal lymph node with germinal centres

12

what is this?

Sarcoma

13

what is this

granuloma

14

what is this? what special cells are you seeing?

iron deficiency. pencil cells are indicative of this condition

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what cells are these?

spherocytes

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What are these cells? which sort of condition do you see them in?

bite cells. MAHA

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what are these cells?

red cell fragmentation

18

What is this? what condition do we see this?

drusen deposits. seen in non exudative macular degeneration

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What is this condition? hint. liver biopsy

alcoholic steatohepatitis

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Histopath features of alcoholic hepatitis?

steatosis

balloon degeneration

mallory bodies

21

what are the 2 features of PBC on histopathology?

florid bile duct lesion + interface inflammation

22

what are some key biopsy features of alzheimer's disease?

amyloid plaques

neurofibrilary tangles

vascular amyloid

23

what the pathology? what condition do you see this in

kimmelsteil wilson nodules

diabetes glomerulosclerosis

24

what is the condition?

Paget's disease of the breast

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what is the pathology? what do you see this is?

Blurry optic disc margins

Appears swollen

 

this is optic neuritis

26

what do we mean by spongious when referring to inflammatory skin pathology?

oedema of the epidermis causing separation of epithelial cells.

 

Spongiosis with vesicles= acute dermatitis

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what does acanthosis mean in a skin histopathology sense?

abnormal thickening of the epidermis

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What is the pathology

Crohn's

 

cobblestone appearance

29

what is the pathology?

megaloblastic anaemia

30

what is the pathology?

urothelial carcinoma in situ

31

where do we find brachial cleft cysts?

side of the neck- sternocleidomastoid muscle

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what type of epithelium is associated with brachial cleft cysts?

stratified squamous epithelium

 

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where do we find warthin's tumour?

exclusively in the parotid gland

34

what type of cancer can affect the oral cavity and the vocal cords?

squamous cell carcinoma

35

are papillomas of the vocal cord benign or malignant?

benign

36

what is this? what causes this problem?

myomatous degeneration of the mitral valve. Causes mitral valve prolapse. Often seen in FBN1 deficiency- Marfans

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what is a classic pathological change seen in the aortic wall in a patient with Marfan's

Cystic media degeneration

38

where are saccular aneursyms most likely to be found in the brain?

Anterior cerebral

Internal carotid

Middle cerebral

basillar

39

what is the pathology? which condition do you see this?

myocyte hypertrophy and disarray

interstitial fibrosis

HOCM

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what are the arrows pointing to?

watershed infarct

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causes of dilated cardiomyopathy?

alcohol

genetic

idiopathic

post partum

haemachromatosis

adriamycin (drug)

sarcoidosis

myocarditis

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causes of restrictive cardiomyopathy?

radiation induced

idiopathic

amyloidosis

43

what is the problem?

acute otitis media with perforation

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what is the condition?

chronic otitis media with effusions

45

what is this?

GIST

46

what are the characteristic cells of hashimoto thyroiditis?

hurthle cells and lymphocyte infiltrate

47

what is a classical histological appearance of Grave's disease?

scalloped colloid

48

you do a FNA of a thryoid lump. And you get this in the aspirate. What is the pathological condition?

papillary carcinoma

49

what is this?

psammoma body (dystrophic calcification) found in papillary thyroid cancer, prolactinomas etc

50

what is this condition

episcleritis

51

what is this?

keratitic precipitates seen in anterior uveitis

52

what is this condition?

leukoplakia

can progress to SCC

53

what is this? which condition do you see this in?

neurofibrillary tangles seen in alzheimers disease

54

what are the arrows pointing to?

amyloid plaques alzheimer's disease

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what kind of infarct is this?

venous

56

a brain biopsy was conducted after seeing a mass on MRI brain. what is the type of tumor?

glioblastoma multiforme

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what is this?

meningioma