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A high yield review of

Tiffany M. Graham, M.D.

(4th year Pathology Resident)

ORGAN

Pathology

Table of Contents.

The Basics.

Benign Conditions.

Pre-Cancerous Lesions.

Cancer.

Cancer Grading & Staging.

Tips for Sign-Out.

Grossing Manual.

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The Basics

  • Anatomy & Histology of the _

  • Radiology/imaging studies performed during clinical workup

Benign Conditions 

  • Text

Neoplastic Conditions

  • Text

 

 

Essentials for [future] Pathologists

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The Basics.

In order to learn about the disease, one must fully understand the basic anatomy and histology. Here is a quick recap of "normal" before we delve further into the pathologic conditions.

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Benign Conditions.

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Cancer.

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Tips for [future] Pathologists.

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Cancer Grading & Staging.

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How to Gross a _ Specimen.

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These posts contain high yield information collected from various educational resources including textbooks, journal articles, educational websites and more. They are intended for educational use only and should NOT be taken as medical advice. I strongly believe the spreading of knowledge and depth of learned information should be encouraged in today's society rather than coveted. Membership is required to view these posts  and should be used solely for educational purposes only.