Epithelioid sarcoma. The tumor lesion on low power has the morphology of a palisaded necrotizing granuloma. There appears to be central collagenous necrobiosis, and the lesional cells simulate histiocytes surrounding this necrobiosis. However, the surrounding cells demonstrate fairly prominent nucleoli, and mitotic figures are evident. These cells label for both cytokeratin (shown below) and CD34, establishing the diagnosis of epithelioid sarcoma. by lacey
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lacey Epithelioid sarcoma. The tumor lesion on low power has the morphology of a palisaded necrotizing granuloma. There appears to be central collagenous necrobiosis, and the lesional cells simulate histiocytes surrounding this necrobiosis. However, the surrounding cells demonstrate fairly prominent nucleoli, and mitotic figures are evident. These cells label for both cytokeratin (shown below) and CD34, establishing the diagnosis of epithelioid sarcoma.
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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 by graciela
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graciela 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
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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. by maxine
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maxine 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.
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DARIER's Disease = This solitary keratotic papule has a somewhat endophytic growth pattern, with a central plug of keratin. There is both acantholysis and dyskeratosis. There is suprabasal acantholysis over a papillomatous superficial dermis. Above the suprabasal acantholysis, there are large, eosinophilic, rounded suprabasal cells with perinuclear halos (Corps Ronds). Above these are small dark cells with pyknotic nuclei and a millet-seed-like by bernadine
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bernadine DARIER's Disease = This solitary keratotic papule has a somewhat endophytic growth pattern, with a central plug of keratin. There is both acantholysis and dyskeratosis. There is suprabasal acantholysis over a papillomatous superficial dermis. Above the suprabasal acantholysis, there are large, eosinophilic, rounded suprabasal cells with perinuclear halos (Corps Ronds). Above these are small dark cells with pyknotic nuclei and a millet-seed-like
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Neuroblastoma, thoracic mass, 11 month old girl. This tumor differs from PNET in that neuroblastoma cells are variable in size, there is extensive neuropil, and focal ganglion cell differentiation may be seen in the form of cells with an amphophyllic cytoplasm and prominent nucleoli. The cells in PNET would be CD99 positive where as neuroblastoma cells would not. “neuroblastoma, stroma poor, poorly differentiated and low MKI by kim
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kim Neuroblastoma, thoracic mass, 11 month old girl. This tumor differs from PNET in that neuroblastoma cells are variable in size, there is extensive neuropil, and focal ganglion cell differentiation may be seen in the form of cells with an amphophyllic cytoplasm and prominent nucleoli. The cells in PNET would be CD99 positive where as neuroblastoma cells would not. “neuroblastoma, stroma poor, poorly differentiated and low MKI
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Let me first tell you why you should grow ginger. Ginger extracts have been shown to have both antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor effects on cells. It is also a good source of potassium, magnesium, copper, manganese and vitamin B6. Ginger has anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols. by LindaKjh
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LindaKjh Let me first tell you why you should grow ginger. Ginger extracts have been shown to have both antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor effects on cells. It is also a good source of potassium, magnesium, copper, manganese and vitamin B6. Ginger has anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols.
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Lymphoepithelial cyst in thyroid. istologically, they are essentially identifical to branchial cleft cysts located laterally in the neck. The lining epithelium may show any combination of squamous cells, cuboidal cells and even columnar cells with cilia. The most important entity to rule out of the differential diagnosis is a cystic papillary carcinoma where the tumor cells have undergone extensive squamous metaplasia. by claudine
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claudine Lymphoepithelial cyst in thyroid. istologically, they are essentially identifical to branchial cleft cysts located laterally in the neck. The lining epithelium may show any combination of squamous cells, cuboidal cells and even columnar cells with cilia. The most important entity to rule out of the differential diagnosis is a cystic papillary carcinoma where the tumor cells have undergone extensive squamous metaplasia.
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JNA is thought to be a testosteron driven neoplasm given the presence of testosterone receptors in stromal and endothelial cell as shown by immunohistochemistry. The stromal cells are fibroblastic/myofibroblastic in nature and can occasionally demonstrate multinucleation and “ganglion-like” appearance. The increased frequency of JNA in male patients with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) syndrome has pointed to a potential pathogenic role of by elsa
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elsa JNA is thought to be a testosteron driven neoplasm given the presence of testosterone receptors in stromal and endothelial cell as shown by immunohistochemistry. The stromal cells are fibroblastic/myofibroblastic in nature and can occasionally demonstrate multinucleation and “ganglion-like” appearance. The increased frequency of JNA in male patients with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) syndrome has pointed to a potential pathogenic role of
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what i love about this design is that the half of the fruit appears at the label and the rest of it is shown inside! by etta
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etta what i love about this design is that the half of the fruit appears at the label and the rest of it is shown inside!
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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. by carolina
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carolina 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.
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A thick curtain separated the Holy of Holies from the Holy Place. This curtain, known as the “veil,” was made of fine linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn. There were figures of cherubim (angels) embroidered onto it. Cherubim, spirits who serve God, were in the presence of God to demonstrate His almighty power and majesty.  They also guarded the throne of God. These cherubim were also on the innermost layer of covering of the tent. If one by kerri_posts
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kerri_posts A thick curtain separated the Holy of Holies from the Holy Place. This curtain, known as the “veil,” was made of fine linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn. There were figures of cherubim (angels) embroidered onto it. Cherubim, spirits who serve God, were in the presence of God to demonstrate His almighty power and majesty. They also guarded the throne of God. These cherubim were also on the innermost layer of covering of the tent. If one
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Burdock root is a medicinal herb and food that has powerful anti-tumor, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. Burdock root is one of the top recommended herbal remedies for cancer due to the belief that it can stop cancer cells from metastasizing and it is one of the star ingredients of the famous natural cancer remedy known as Essiac tea. by rae
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rae Burdock root is a medicinal herb and food that has powerful anti-tumor, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. Burdock root is one of the top recommended herbal remedies for cancer due to the belief that it can stop cancer cells from metastasizing and it is one of the star ingredients of the famous natural cancer remedy known as Essiac tea.
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36inch SATA Serial ATA cable  - Monoprice36inch SATA Serial ATA cable  - Monoprice Compatible Devices               36inch SATA Serial ATA cable                                    SATA CABLE - SERIAL ATA For SATA Hard Drives             Provides a fast data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbytes/sec             Connector: Two 7pin SATA Connector             Compatible with Serial ATA Hard Drives, CD-RW, DVDs, and other devices             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE)  as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.                          First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as  SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5  gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors.??  They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female  connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.                          Second generation SATA is known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.                          To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually  employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex  power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have  both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.                          Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external  devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of  connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as  before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped  slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some  manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse  some users.?? So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors  are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.                          eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA  2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded  cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire  400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                   ??                      ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 36inch SATA Serial ATA cable - Monoprice36inch SATA Serial ATA cable - Monoprice Compatible Devices 36inch SATA Serial ATA cable SATA CABLE - SERIAL ATA For SATA Hard Drives Provides a fast data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbytes/sec Connector: Two 7pin SATA Connector Compatible with Serial ATA Hard Drives, CD-RW, DVDs, and other devices Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.?? So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ?? ??
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36inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice36inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice Compatible Devices                            36inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue                                                With Locking Capability             6GB Maximum transfer rate             Hot-swap capability             Thinner Cable construction compares with ATA             Locking latch connector guarantees proper connection to device             Locking Latch connector is compatible with non-locking connector             ??             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a.  IDE) as the  new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between  your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster  data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to  better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.             ??             First generation SATA is generally referred to simply  as SATA, but  is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of  1.5 gbit/s.?? It  is an internal interface that uses "L"??type  connectors.?? They are  referred to as "L" connectors because if you look  at the  female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.??  The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.             Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but  commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a  3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2  cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.??  However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common  denominator.             ??             To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives  usually employ a  new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4  pin Molex power  connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives  will have both  types of connections for ease of installation into  legacy systems.             ??             Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with  external devices,  eSATA was developed with a completely different type  of connector.??  eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as  before, if you  look at the connector straight on, there is an "I"  shaped slot or  tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some  manufacturers  will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to  confuse some  users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I"  connectors are for  eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.             ??             eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 6.0 gbit/s, same as  SATA 3.?? But  along with the new connector type, it also calls for a  shielded cable.??  Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0  and??Firewire 400/800  it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                                ??                      ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 36inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice36inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice Compatible Devices 36inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue With Locking Capability 6GB Maximum transfer rate Hot-swap capability Thinner Cable construction compares with ATA Locking latch connector guarantees proper connection to device Locking Latch connector is compatible with non-locking connector ?? Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. ?? First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. ?? To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. ?? Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. ?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 6.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 3.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ?? ??
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SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Green(3 lengths available) - MonopriceSATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Green(3 lengths available) - Monoprice Compatible Devices                            18inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Green                                   UV-active             With Locking Capability             6GB Maximum transfer rate             Hot-swap capability             Thinner Cable construction compares with ATA             Locking latch connector guarantees proper connection to device             Locking Latch connector is compatible with non-locking connector             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.                          First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue.             Second generation SATA is known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.                          To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.                          Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.?? So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.                           eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 6.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 3.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                   ?? by Top-product
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Adenocarcinoma. The cell in focus is comprised of a large nucleus, promininent nucleoli with an eccentric cytoplasm, suggesting glandular differentiation. Another fragment is shown with cells in a cohesive group with subtle cell borders. The nuclear outlines are irregular, and each contains a prominent nucleoli. The degree of atypia is consistent with an adenocarcinoma. The clean smear background is suggestive of a metastasis. by brittney
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brittney Adenocarcinoma. The cell in focus is comprised of a large nucleus, promininent nucleoli with an eccentric cytoplasm, suggesting glandular differentiation. Another fragment is shown with cells in a cohesive group with subtle cell borders. The nuclear outlines are irregular, and each contains a prominent nucleoli. The degree of atypia is consistent with an adenocarcinoma. The clean smear background is suggestive of a metastasis.
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27 Photos That Demonstrate The Power Of Makeup. Contouring technique by gwendolyn
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gwendolyn 27 Photos That Demonstrate The Power Of Makeup. Contouring technique
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The Turquoise-Browed Motmot inhabits Central America from SE Mexico (mostly the Yucatán Peninsula) to Costa Rica, where it is common and not considered threatened. It lives in fairly open habitats such as forest edge, gallery forest and scrubland. Its call is nasal, croaking and far-carrying. This Motmot is a well-known bird in its range and has been chosen as the national bird of both El Salvador and Nicaragua. by sherrie
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sherrie The Turquoise-Browed Motmot inhabits Central America from SE Mexico (mostly the Yucatán Peninsula) to Costa Rica, where it is common and not considered threatened. It lives in fairly open habitats such as forest edge, gallery forest and scrubland. Its call is nasal, croaking and far-carrying. This Motmot is a well-known bird in its range and has been chosen as the national bird of both El Salvador and Nicaragua.
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set up for the photo shown below :) Be inspired. by karen.x
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karen.x set up for the photo shown below :) Be inspired.
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Joanna Kuchiryabaya, 22-months-old, arrived in Cuba with her mother, Stefania, in late January to have a tumor the size of her head removed from her bottom. They are from Hmielnitsky, Ukraine, which is close to Chernobyl. Although there is no direct link to the disaster, doctors are fairly certain that such a tumor is associated with the Chernobyl toxins still present in the environment. Laura M. Kleinhenz/Alexia Foundation by faye
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faye Joanna Kuchiryabaya, 22-months-old, arrived in Cuba with her mother, Stefania, in late January to have a tumor the size of her head removed from her bottom. They are from Hmielnitsky, Ukraine, which is close to Chernobyl. Although there is no direct link to the disaster, doctors are fairly certain that such a tumor is associated with the Chernobyl toxins still present in the environment. Laura M. Kleinhenz/Alexia Foundation
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27 Photos That Demonstrate The Power Of Makeup. by gwendolyn
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gwendolyn 27 Photos That Demonstrate The Power Of Makeup.
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Leandro Erlich In one of the 21st Century Museum of Art (Kanazawa, Japan) courtyards is a swimming pool framed by a limestone deck. When seen from the deck, the pool appears to be filled with deep, shimmering water. In fact, however, a layer of water only some 10 centimeters deep is suspended over transparent glass. Below the glass is an empty space with aquamarine walls that viewers can enter. by gwendolyn
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gwendolyn Leandro Erlich In one of the 21st Century Museum of Art (Kanazawa, Japan) courtyards is a swimming pool framed by a limestone deck. When seen from the deck, the pool appears to be filled with deep, shimmering water. In fact, however, a layer of water only some 10 centimeters deep is suspended over transparent glass. Below the glass is an empty space with aquamarine walls that viewers can enter.
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HPV16 positive in TONSIL SCC.  Squamous cell carcinomas of tonsillar origin typically demonstrate a non-keratinizing basaloid morphology. Conversely, they lack the syncytial growth of nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Perhaps more helpful is the presence of cystic change. This feature is consistently present in metastatic carcinomas derived from the tonsil, and it is consistently absent in the metastases from other non-tonsillar sites. Another tool by sue
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sue HPV16 positive in TONSIL SCC. Squamous cell carcinomas of tonsillar origin typically demonstrate a non-keratinizing basaloid morphology. Conversely, they lack the syncytial growth of nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Perhaps more helpful is the presence of cystic change. This feature is consistently present in metastatic carcinomas derived from the tonsil, and it is consistently absent in the metastases from other non-tonsillar sites. Another tool
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Doctors solely rely on TSH or in the best case a combination of TSH and T4 thyroid hormone testing to make a diagnosis of hypothyroidism. However, more than 90% of people with low thyroid function have hypothyroidism due to autoimmune Hashimoto’s disease by lucile
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lucile Doctors solely rely on TSH or in the best case a combination of TSH and T4 thyroid hormone testing to make a diagnosis of hypothyroidism. However, more than 90% of people with low thyroid function have hypothyroidism due to autoimmune Hashimoto’s disease
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SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)  Compatible Devices   ??SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)?? Key Features: Provides a fast data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbytes/sec Connector: Two 7pin SATA Connector Compatible with Serial ATA Hard Drives, CD-RW, DVDs, and other devicesBackground:Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives. ??SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s. ??It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors. ??They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot. ??The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is known as SATA ??3 gbit/s but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300. ??It supports a 3.0 gbit/s transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector. ??SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices. ??However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin molex power connectors used on older system. ??However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. Here's where it can get confusing. ??For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector. ??eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue. ??Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users. ??So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.  eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2. ??But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable. ??Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. by Top-product
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