GPR: 2020 - Week 50
From MGH Learn Pathology
67 year old male with history of cirrhosis, squamous cell carcinoma of the lung, and HIV infection. Spleen (285 g) examined at autopsy.
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Sclerosing angiomatoid nodular transformation
Thank you to the following individuals for taking gross photos that were used in this presentation:
- Dr. Alexander Subtelny
- Dr. Diane Brackett
- Dr. Will Jeck
- Aguilera, Nadine. Mycobacteriosis. https://app.expertpath.com/document/mycobacteriosis/ad5bd31f-0b2c-4613-9262-051e468343c4?searchTerm=tuberculosis%20spleen
- Hall, Ellina. Metastatic tumors. https://app.expertpath.com/document/metastatic-tumors/38bec9bf-f8c4-4c98-a840-a492b84b73bb?searchTerm=met%20spleen
- Joshi S, Bankar M, Kagal A, Rane S, Bharadwaj R, Phadke M. Splenic Tuberculosis– A rare case report. Internet Journal of Medical Update 2007 Jul-Dec;2(2):38-41
- Miranda, Roberto and Medeiros, Jeffrey. Sclerosing Angiomatoid Nodular Transformation. https://app.expertpath.com/document/sclerosing-angiomatoid-nodular-tra-/202ca900-ec11-4427-ae76-442c3e30c7be?searchTerm=sant
- Spleen: miliary tuberculosis. Welcomecollection.org.
- Swami et al., J Cytol Histol 2018
This week's Gross Pathology Roundup was presented by Michael Marshall MD, PhD on 2020-12-07.