Tatiana V. Yakoushina

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OBJECTIVES To examine autopsy pathology in an urban population infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and to determine if age at death and disease frequencies are associated with gender, HIV risk factors, ethnicity, and therapeutic era. DESIGN AND METHODS Retrospective analysis of autopsy data from 394 HIV-infected adults. The population was(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine distal sensory polyneuropathy (DSP) in a highly active antiretroviral therapy era, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected cohort, to determine whether clinical manifestations are affected by demographic or other clinical variables. PATIENTS One hundred eighty-seven patients with HIV infection enrolled in the Manhattan HIV Brain(More)
There are 3 case series reports describing benign epithelial inclusions in nodal sinuses of perinephric lymph nodes of pediatric patients. The majority of these inclusions were observed in perinephric lymph nodes removed during nephrectomies from pediatric patients with Wilms' tumors. We report 2 cases of benign renal tubular epithelial inclusions located(More)
OBJECTIVE The encapsulated follicular variant of papillary carcinoma (FVPC) was recently reported to have genetic alterations and biological behavior closer to follicular adenoma/carcinoma than classic papillary carcinoma and unencapsulated FVPC. The objective of this study is to alert cytologists to this new subtype and to report our experience. STUDY(More)
Pituitary carcinoma (PC) is a very rare entity (0.2% of all pituitary tumors), with only about 140 cases reported in English literature. There are no reliable histological, immunohistochemical or ultrastructural features distinguishing pituitary adenoma (PA) from PC. By definition, a diagnosis of PC is made after a patient with PA develops non-contiguous(More)
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