Marginal zone lymphomas. 1. Nodal = proliferation of monocyoid B cells in a diffuse, sinusoidal or interfollicular pattern, permeates the follicles. Look for Dutcher bodies (ND- nuclear). 2. MALT = small round lymphs with lots of pale cytoplasm and indented nuclei (monocytoid B cells), plasma cells (ND), and lymphoepithelial lesions. The plasma cells are actually monoclonal! Also can see regular old reactive follicles, don't be fooled that
YOUNG FEMALE SMOKERS = syndrome of persistent polyclonal B lymphocytosis. Mild abs lymphocytosis, with indented to bilobed nuclei and abundant pale staining cytoplasm. Polyclonal IgM. HLA-DR7.
Xp11 translocation renal cell carcinoma, 18 year old female. This tumor is composed of clear cells with abundant cytoplasm. The architecture is both papillary and nested. Psammoma bodies were found elsewhere. Given a tumor with both clear cells and papillary architecture in a patient of this young age, Xp11 Translocation Carcinoma becomes a serious diagnostic consideration. The diagnosis is confirmed by immunohistochemistry, revealing nuclear labeling for TFE3 protein.
Ewing/PNET. Calf of 11 year old boy. Some of these cells form rosette-like structures. At high power, the lesion comprises of fairly monotonous, small round blue cells with scant cytoplasm, high N:C ratio, and multiple cytoplasmic vacuoles. The Papanicolaou-stained material demonstrates round to oval nuclei with multiple small nucleoli and occasional mitotic figures. Immunohistochemistry shows that the cells are immunoreactive for CD99
Scrotum. Granular cell tumor. S100 positive, CD68 positive, inhibin positive. Lysosomes on EM. uvenile xanthogranuloma features histiocytic cells which merge with those with features of Touton-like giant cells. This lesion labels for CD68, but not for S100 or CD1a. Langerhans histiocytosis is composed of cells with more reniform nuclei, and the lesional cells label for CD1a.
I like Gregg's! They gave yummy sausage rolls. Lots and lots of yummy foods you don't see here in the States, like beef and chicken pasties.
words to live by.
traditional, but also modern. Clean lines and lots of whites, white crown moldings with pale wall paint colors
"Erwin Olaf - Mature (how often do we see beautiful photography of older adults, emphasizing their bodies and not hiding them?)" You know...she is a beautiful older woman. I heard Julia Roberts said, "How odd is it that we don't know what getting old really looks like?" It is what it is. I would love to see society get "real" : )
Lung cells. Immunofluorescence light micrograph of pulmonary endothelial cells. Endothelial cells are specialized epithelial cells that line the inner surface of blood vessels. Nuclei, which contain the cell's genetic information, are purple; actin filaments, which are major components of the cytoskeleton, are cyan; mitochondria, which generate energy for the cell, are white. © Dr. Torsten Wittmann / Science Source #lungcells #pulmonary #micrograph #sciencephotos #stockimages #sciencesource
I love the repurposed suitcases. Actually, I love old, vintage suitcases period. I also love the pop of colour.
Paint old furniture. Also, lots of things in this house are cool. Justina Blakeney: TOUR THE JUNGALOW
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The Fashion Cloth
Don't be fooled by this Levi's wallet compact design - you'll find an array of storage options ranging from the front clear ID slot and two exterior pockets down to the large side pocket and three interior pockets. $35.00
Thanks to research from the University of Michigan and nearly three centuries of medicinal use, we can now utilize ginger root to not only kill ovarian cancer cells, but also prostate cancer cells with zero toxicity
MANTLE CELL LYMPHOMA. IRREGULAR nuclear contour and small delicate nucleolus. Diffuse to vaguely nodular. Admixed histiocytes in sheets and aggregates. Not usually in the blood. Blastoid variant. IHC: 20 BRIGHT, CD5 pos and FMC-7 pos. sIg BRIGHT, CYCLIN D1. Neg for 23 and 11c. lambda restricted usually! t(11;14) = IgH and CCND1. Most have other abbereations, too. FISH detects 100% of the t(11;14) and is the test of choice. AGGRESSIVE clinical course (3-4 years).
now look at the scarf : it is made with lots of chains, linked together with regularly spaced double crochet. every start of a new raw makes one piece of fringe. (actually on the picture, you can count the stitches to have exactly the same effect than this one : looks like its 15 chains, and 5 double crochet in between.)
End slut shaming and the oversexualization of women's bodies.
Okay, I usually dislike tattoos and don't see the point in them. But this one...this one I would actually do.
Fluoride is associated with cancer and it also accumulates in the thyroid as well as the pineal gland. The regular use of iodine will go a very long way toward mitigating the damages done in our bodies by the fluoride.
Pancreatic ductal adeno. Flat sheets of cells, three dimensional balls, and microacini
Columnar cells with delicate cytoplasm and polar nuclei (basal nuclei, apical cytoplsam)
Open chromatin with prominent central single nucleolus (versus squamous cell carcinoma with nuclei with dense chromatin and several small nucleoli, and dense cytoplasm)
Signet ring cells or intercellular glandular lumens
See you really don't need meat to get protein! Vegetable and grain protein is much better for your body and has lots of other vitamins along with it!
Jojoba Oil – Jojoba oil is capable of moisturizing the follicles of hair and hence can make hair strands stronger & healthier. Jojoba also hydrates hair from th
3D bio-printing: Cornell doctors and engineers built a lifelike artificial ear made of living cells using 3D printing technologies! Kids born with underdeveloped outer ears from congenital defects like microtia now have an opportunity to have an ear created from the tissues of their own bodies versus an artificial ear created from synthetic materials. One of the Cornell team’s prosthetic ears, created from living cartilage cells. Image via PLOS
Museum of Appalachia in Tennessee. This is worth going to see if you like the old mountain history of the Appalachian people. You need to plan a full day for this. Lots to see. "Let the Past Touch Your Soul"