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A 25-year-old fit man died suddenly while playing social soccer. Autopsy revealed an infiltrative lesion involving the left ventricle with overlying pericarditis. No other significant pathologic changes were observed. Histologic examination showed necrotizing granulomatous inflammation. No acid-fast bacilli were demonstrated in the pericardial fluid or on… (More)
An elderly patient presented with intermittent vomiting. The cause was a gastric tumour causing gastroduodenal intussusception. On excision and histological examination this was found to be a stromal tumour of uncertain malignant potential ('STUMP').
BACKGROUND Cyto-histological diagnosis of pancreatic pathology in the management of suspected pancreatic malignancy is re-evaluated in the light of evolving trends in management and tissue sampling. METHODS The literature on cyto-histological diagnosis of pancreatic pathology was reviewed over the period 1977-2003. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION Endoluminal… (More)