By Armanda Tatsas MD, Syed Z. Ali MD, Justin A. Bishop MD, Salina Tsai MD, Sheila Sheth MD, Anil V. Parwani MD

Radiologic-cytopathologic correlation is necessary for a correct interpretation of a pathologic approach. Atlas of Radiologic-Cytopathologic Correlations is a generously illustrated and elementary atlas containing over seven hundred conscientiously chosen, excessive solution photographs from radiology and cytopathology and serves as a realistic advisor within the diagnostically difficult parts of deep-seated mass lesions, with extra insurance of chosen parts of soppy tissues, bone and a few superficial websites reminiscent of thyroid.
In seven chapters, radiologic and pathologic photos are prepared for simple correlation and comparability of diagnostic positive factors completely illustrating all-important elements of the radiology, cytopathology and histopathology of the main disorder strategies in each one organ system.

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749 excessive solution radiologic, cytopathologic and histopathologic pictures prepared for simple correlation and comparison
Comprehensive assurance of organ platforms and affliction processes
Coverage comprises non-neoplastic and benign lesions in addition to malignancy
Authors are professional school from either diagnostic specialties

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The tumor cells show dense, opaque blue cytoplasm with hyperchromatic, irregularly shaped nuclei. Necrotic smears must be carefully examined for tumor cells, as they can be sparse. 23 — Lung, Squamous Cell Carcinoma. On Diff Quik stain, squamous cells appear a distinct “robin’s egg” blue color. The cytoplasm is dense and the malignant cells have distinct cell borders. Occasionally, intercellular bridges can be seen connecting adjacent squamous cells (not shown). 22 — Lung, Squamous Cell Carcinoma.

120 — Anterior Mediastinum, Hodgkin Lymphoma. A large cell with a bilobed nucleus, consistent with a classical Reed– Sternberg cell, is present in the center of the field. There are prominent nucleoli and a moderate amount of cytoplasm. 121 — Anterior Mediastinum, Hodgkin Lymphoma. A Reed –Sternberg cell is present in a background of predominantly small lymphocytes. , infectious mononucleosis), so care must be taken in confirming the diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma. 123 — Anterior Mediastinum, Hodgkin Lymphoma (Cell Block).

Few small lymphocytes present at 3 o’clock are negative for keratin. 99 — Mediastinum, Thymoma (Histology). The epithelial component is predominant here with spindle to oval-shaped nuclei. Scattered lymphocytes are present, which are T-lymphocytes of thymic origin. 98 — Mediastinum, Thymoma (Histology). Cytologically bland spindle to epithelioid cells are admixed with small lymphocytes. This tumor was classified as a type AB thymoma, showing variable areas of epithelial and lymphocyte-dense tumor.

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