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The Heart and Pulmonary Circulation at High Altitudes: Healthy Highlanders and Chronic Mountain Sickness
The clinical picture of chronic mountain sickness differs from subacute mountain sickness and resembles other chronic altitude diseases described in China and Kyrgyzstan and the heart and pulmonary circulation in healthy highlanders have distinct features in comparison with residents at sea level. Expand
ZC3H7B-BCOR high-grade endometrial stromal sarcomas: a report of 17 cases of a newly defined entity
Tumors with ZC3H7B–BCOR fusion constitute a distinct group of endometrial stromal sarcomas with high-grade morphology that should be distinguished from other uterine mesenchymal neoplasms that may demonstrate myxoid morphology. Expand
The Arias-Stella Reaction: Facts and Fancies Four Decades After
A review clarifies misconceptions about the atypical endometrial change associated with chorionic tissue effect and presents a summary of new data on the histologic and immunohistochemical characteristics of the change. Expand
Chief cell hyperplasia in the human carotid body at high altitudes; physiologic and pathologic significance.
The augmented carotid body size and weight in relation to age at high altitudes are associated with progressive chemoreceptor insensitivity and the physiologic and pathologic significance of these findings is discussed. Expand
Histology, Immunohistochemistry, and Ultrastructure of the Verruga in Carrion's Disease
It is concluded that in light microscopy the finding of Rocha- Lima's inclusions is the only definite morphologic evidence of the presence of bartonella in verruga lesions. Expand
Atypical endometrial changes associated with the presence of chorionic tissue.
Certain endometrial changes which occur in the presence of chorionic tissue and which, it is thought, result from the hormonal activity of this tissue are described. Expand
BCOR is a robust diagnostic immunohistochemical marker of genetically diverse high-grade endometrial stromal sarcoma, including tumors exhibiting variant morphology
BCOR immunohistochemical staining is a highly sensitive marker for YWHAE-NUTM2 high-grade endometrial stromal sarcoma with both classic and unusual morphology and identifies a subset of high- grade endometrians with BCOR alterations, including BCOR rearrangement and internal tandem duplication. Expand