Feast your eyes and use your brain.
A mock quiz case for the Pathologists. A collection of pretty frames for photographers and artists.
A 3 cm slow growing, superficial nodule on the face.
4 images peeping from behind the torn page. What is hiding behind the paper ?
A myxoid tumour with scattered plump spindle cells and stellate cells.
The butterfly counts not months but moments and has enough time. Rabindranath Tagore
Prominent stellate cells and numerous thin walled blood vessels
It was June, and the world smelled of roses. Maud Hart Lovelace
Prominent bloodvessels and spindle cells set in a myxoid backround. Pleomorphism and mitotic figures are not present.
True friends are like bright sunflower, that never fade away even over distance and time. Marie Williams Johnstone
Prominent stellate cells in a myxoid backround.
Ladybugs all dressed in red. Strolling through the flowerbed. If I were tiny just like you. I'd creep among the flowers too! Maria Fleming
Summary of the Case:
Mutilobulated, myxoid tumour with numerous thin walled blood vessels. Scattered plump spindle and stellate cells are present.
Clue - Multiple lesions or solitary lesions located in the external ear and breast are associated with Carney complex.