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Collagen nature of asteroid bodies of giant cells in sarcoidosis.
STAR-sHAPED INCLUIONS have been observed in multinucleated giant cells as far back as 1890.1 Perhaps the most comprehensive study of the asteroid bodies, as seen under the light microscope is that ofExpand
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Multiple granular cell tumors (“myoblastomas”). Case report with electron microscopic observations and review of the literature
A case of a 34‐year‐old woman with three histologically proven coincidental granular cell tumors is reported and documented with electron microscopic observations. The subject of multicentricExpand
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"Nonsecretory" plasma cell myeloma: observations on seven cases with electron microscopic studies.
Seven cases of “nonsecretory,” but otherwise typical, plasma cell myeloma are reported. All were characterized by extensive osteolytic lesions and septic complications. In every instance, there was aExpand
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Gaucher's cells in thalassemia.
Gaucher or Gaucher-like cells are described in the spleen and bone marrow of patient with thalassemia major, by light and electron microscopy. The ultrastructure shows intracytoplasmic tubules andExpand
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INTRAMURAL (TUBAL) SPREAD OF LINITIS PLASTICA ALONG THE ALIMENTARY TRACT.
Summary Seven cases of extensive "tubal spread" of carcinoma of the stomach, linitis plastica type, are reported. The spread takes place in the submucosal, intramuscular, and subserosal tissue spacesExpand
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Nuclear and cytoplasmic inclusions in disseminated human cytomegalovirus infection.
A case of disseminated human cytomegalovirus infection is described in a full-term female who expired 3 1/2 h after birth. Cytomegalic inclusions, both intranuclear and intracytoplasmic, wereExpand
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Rudolf Virchow, not just a pathologist: a re-examination of the report on the typhus epidemic in Upper Silesia.
  • H. A. Azar
  • Medicine
  • Annals of diagnostic pathology
  • 1 October 1997
Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902) is mainly remembered as the "father" of cellular pathology; however, he was not just a pathologist. His contributions to anthropology, archeology, ethnography, and history,Expand
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LOCAL IRRADIATION OF THE THYMUS. HISTOLOGIC CHANGES WITH OBSERVATIONS ON CIRCULATING LYMPHOCYTES AND SERUM PROTEIN FRACTIONS IN ADULT MICE.
ABS>Shortly following local irradiation of the thymic region in adult C/ sub 3/H mice with 3000 r tissue dose, in one exposure, there occurred a marked decrease in the number of circulatingExpand
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