Jason E. Schatz

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This case report details an osteogenic sarcoma arising in a vertebra in which cytokeratin intermediate filaments were detected immunohistochemically with three different antibodies. This feature was present not only in the primary neoplasm but also in two local recurrences and a metastasis to the iliac bone. What is unique about this primary bone tumor,(More)
The capacity of the peritoneal serosa to undergo metaplasia to müllerian-type epithelium is well recognized. We report a case of squamous metaplasia of the peritoneum that was studied by light microscopy. Immunohistochemical techniques, and electron microscopy. The pathogenesis of peritoneal squamous metaplasia is obscure, but may be a response to chronic(More)
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