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Blood clot

Blood clot

Alveoli in the lung

Alveoli in the lung

MRCP revision: December 2011 Familial Mediterranean Fever

MRCP revision: December 2011 Familial Mediterranean Fever

Oral manifestations of childhood illnesses. 1. Oral thrush 2. Varicella - Chicken pox. 3. Stomatitis herpetica or Aphthosa [Herpetic stomatitis] 4. Stomatitis ulcerosa or Scorbutus 5. Follicular tonsillitis 6. Diphtheria. Pediatrics: The Hygienic and and Medical Treatment of Children. Thomas Morgan Rotch, 1901.

Oral manifestations of childhood illnesses. 1. Oral thrush 2. Varicella - Chicken pox. 3. Stomatitis herpetica or Aphthosa [Herpetic stomatitis] 4. Stomatitis ulcerosa or Scorbutus 5. Follicular tonsillitis 6. Diphtheria. Pediatrics: The Hygienic and and Medical Treatment of Children. Thomas Morgan Rotch, 1901.

NS Hodgkin = Lacunar cells. Node is effaced in a pattern of nodules carved out by bands of sclerosis. Classic RS ARE present, but the distinctive cell type is the LACUNAR CELL (large cell with a round to convoluted vesicular nucles and variably sized nucleolus). The lacunar look is from formalin, not seen in B5. Mummified cells are also present. Background of mature lymphs, PC, and eos. Histiocytes/granulomas are seen. NS is most common type of HL in western world, affects YOUNG FEMALES and…

NS Hodgkin = Lacunar cells. Node is effaced in a pattern of nodules carved out by bands of sclerosis. Classic RS ARE present, but the distinctive cell type is the LACUNAR CELL (large cell with a round to convoluted vesicular nucles and variably sized nucleolus). The lacunar look is from formalin, not seen in B5. Mummified cells are also present. Background of mature lymphs, PC, and eos. Histiocytes/granulomas are seen. NS is most common type of HL in western world, affects YOUNG FEMALES and…

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Sickle cell disease.

Sickle cell disease.

Sarcoidosis Infographic from Mount Sinai http://www.mountsinai.org/patient-care/service-areas/lung-diseases-and-surgery/areas-of-care/sarcoidosis-program/infographic/sarcoidosisinfo

Sarcoidosis Infographic from Mount Sinai http://www.mountsinai.org/patient-care/service-areas/lung-diseases-and-surgery/areas-of-care/sarcoidosis-program/infographic/sarcoidosisinfo

Leukaemia blood cells. SEM of red blood cells (orange) and B lymphocyte white blood cells (white) from a patient with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia

Leukaemia blood cells. SEM of red blood cells (orange) and B lymphocyte white blood cells (white) from a patient with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia

These are some of the complications caused by sickle cell disease. What other conditions are caused by sickle cell disease?

These are some of the complications caused by sickle cell disease. What other conditions are caused by sickle cell disease?