58.0 No history required Case 8
58.1 Case 8
58.2 Case 8
58.3 Case 8
58.4 Case 8
58.5
58.6 <ul><li>Mucoepidermoid carcinoma, low grade </li></ul>
6.0 Case 6 39F: Right breast at 7:00
6.1 Case 6
6.2 Case 6
6.3 Case 6
6.4 Case 6
6.5 Case 6
6.6 Case 6
6.7
6.8 <ul><li>Micropapillary IDC, Nottingham 3+3+? </li></ul>
96.0 Case 9 85M: Right vocal cord polyp
96.1 Case 9
96.2 Case 9
96.3 Case 9
96.4 Case 9
96.5 Case 9
96.6 Case 9
96.7 Case 9
96.8
96.9
28.0 72F: Postmenopausal bleeding Case 13
28.1 Case 13
28.2 Case 13
28.3 Case 13
28.4 Case 13
28.5 Case 13
28.6 Case 13
28.7
28.8 <ul><li>Endometrial intraepithelial carcinoma </li></ul>
55.0 49F: Parotid mass Case 5
55.1 Case 5
55.2 Case 5
55.3 Case 5
55.4 Case 5
55.5 Case 5
55.6 Case 5
55.7
55.8 <ul><li>Follicular lymphoma, grade 1-2 </li></ul>
35.0 Case 5 49F: Rush biopsy.  Please mention calcium
35.1 Case 5
35.2 Case 5
35.3 Case 5
35.4 Case 5
35.5
35.6 <ul><li>ALH; no calcification </li></ul>
48.0 Case 18 34F: Bladder tumor
48.1 Case 18
48.2 Case 18
48.3 Case 18
48.4 Case 18
48.5 Case 18
48.6 Case 18
48.7
48.8 <ul><li>Endometriosis </li></ul>
29.0 51F: Obese and hypertensive.  Presents with  vaginal bleeding 4-5 months Case 14
29.1 Case 14
29.2 Case 14
29.3 Case 14
29.4 Case 14
29.5 Case 14
29.6 Case 14
29.7 Case 14
29.8 Case 14
29.9 Case 14
29.10 Case 14
29.11 Case 14
29.12
29.13 <ul><li>Adenocarcinoma with exogenous progesterone influence </li></ul>
62.0 65F: Excisional biopsy Case 12
62.1 Case 12
62.2 Case 12
62.3 Case 12
62.4 Case 12
62.5
62.6 <ul><li>Peripheral intraductal papilloma </li></ul>
87.0 38M: Mass at base of skull Case 15
87.1 Case 15
87.2 Case 15
87.3 Case 15
87.4 Case 15
87.5 <ul><li>The most likely diagnosis is </li></ul><ul><li>What is the differential diagnosis </li></ul><ul><li>What immu...
87.6 <ul><li>Case 15 .  </li></ul><ul><li>3 The most likely diagnosis is :  Chordoma </li></ul><ul><li>2 What is the diffe...
92.0 Case 5 25F: Retroperitoneal mass resection. Section from a separate peritoneal nodule
92.1 Case 5
92.2 Case 5
92.3 Case 5
92.4 Case 5
92.5
92.6
108.0 25F Unilateral ovarian mass 15 x 13 x 6 cm, 492 gms Cystic and solid cut surface. Case 11
108.1 Case 11
108.2 Case 11
108.3 Case 11
108.4 Case 11
108.5 Case 11
108.6 Case 11
108.7
108.8 <ul><li>Yolk sac tumor </li></ul>
10.0 Case 10 Breast biopsy
10.1 Case 10
10.2 Case 10
10.3 Case 10
10.4 Case 10
10.5
10.6 <ul><li>DCIS colonizing lobules </li></ul>
84.0 Case 12 41M: Multiple masses in this organ
84.1 Case 12
84.2 Case 12
84.3 Case 12
84.4 Case 12
84.5 Case 12
84.6 Case 12
84.7 Case 12
84.8 <ul><li>a. Name the organ </li></ul><ul><li>b. Pan-keratin and TTF-1 immunostains are negative.  What is the diagnosi...
84.9 <ul><li>Case 12 .  </li></ul><ul><li>1 a. Name the organ:  Lung </li></ul><ul><li>2 b. Pan-keratin and TTF-1 immunost...
95.0 Case 8 40F: Lesser sac mass
95.1 Case 8
95.2 Case 8
95.3 Case 8
95.4 Case 8
95.5 Case 8
95.6 Case 8
95.7
95.8
37.0 Case 7 65F: Right breast cancer.
37.1 0.1 cm Case 7
37.2 Case 7
37.3 Case 7
37.4 Case 7
37.5 Case 7
37.6 Case 7
37.7
37.8 <ul><li>ADH verging on low grade DCIS </li></ul>
32.0 Case 2 53F: Ultrasound guided breast biopsy
32.1 Case 2
32.2 Case 2
32.3 Case 2
32.4 Case 2
32.5 Case 2
32.6
32.7 <ul><li>Cyst; no ductal proliferation or Ca </li></ul>
36.0 Case 6 30F: Atypical endocervical cells suggestive of  adenocarcinoma in situ
36.1 Case 6
36.2 Case 6
36.3 Case 6
36.4 Case 6
36.5 Case 6
36.6 Case 6
36.7
36.8 <ul><li>Invasive carcinoma and AIS </li></ul>
40.0 Case 10 37M: Anemia
40.1 Case 10
40.2 Case 10
40.3 Case 10
40.4 Case 10
40.5 Case 10
40.6 Case 10
40.7
40.8 <ul><li>Giardia </li></ul>
3.0 Case 3 73F: Mastectomy
3.1 Case 3
3.2 Case 3
3.3 Case 3
3.4 Case 3
3.5 Case 3
3.6 Case 3
3.7
3.8 <ul><li>UDH and apocrine metaplasia </li></ul>
88.0 Case 1 62F: Pelvic mass
88.1 Case 1
88.2 Case 1
88.3 Case 1
88.4 Case 1
88.5 Case 1
88.6 Case 1
88.7
88.8
33.0 Case 3 49F: Calcifications in breast
33.1 Case 3
33.2 Case 3
33.3 Case 3
33.4 Case 3
33.5
33.6 <ul><li>UDH; no calcifications </li></ul>
97.0 Case 10 27F: Neck dissection
97.1 Case 10
97.2 Case 10
97.3 Case 10
97.4 Case 10
97.5 Case 10
97.6
97.7
46.0 Case 16 45F. Large mass.  Menorrhagia
46.1 Case 16
46.2 Case 16
46.3 Case 16
46.4 Case 16
46.5
46.6 <ul><li>Squamous metaplasia </li></ul>
76.0 Case 4 55M: Cirrhosis secondary to HCV infection.   CT guided biopsy.
76.1 Case 4
76.2 Case 4
76.3 Case 4
76.4 Case 4
76.5 Case 4
76.6 Case 4
76.7 <ul><li>a. Most comprehensive diagnosis on sections provided </li></ul><ul><li>b. Name the stain </li></ul><ul><li>c....
76.8 <ul><li>Case 4 .  </li></ul><ul><li>2 a. Most comprehensive diagnosis on sections provided:  </li></ul><ul><li>Hepato...
49.0 Case 19 57F: Bilateral breast calcifications
49.1 0.1 cm Case 19
49.2 Case 19
49.3 Case 19
49.4 Case 19
49.5 Case 19
49.6 Case 19
49.7
49.8 <ul><li>ADH; Ca++ </li></ul>
44.0 Case 14 39F: Ultrasound guided biopsy of left breast  mass
44.1 Case 14
44.2 Case 14
44.3 Case 14
44.4 Case 14
44.5 Case 14
44.6 Case 14
44.7
44.8 <ul><li>UDH </li></ul>
25.0 Case 10 Scrape preparation from a thyroid nodule.
25.1 Case 10
25.2 Case 10
25.3
25.4 <ul><li>Papillary thyroid carcinoma </li></ul>
102.0 79F Bilateral cystic ovarian masses Each approximately 7.0 cm in size Excrescences noted in lining of cysts Case 5
102.1 Case 5
102.2 Case 5
102.3 Case 5
102.4
102.5 <ul><li>Serous cystadenoma </li></ul>
64.0 Abdominal pain Case 14
64.1 Case 14
64.2 Case 14
64.3 Case 14
64.4
64.5 <ul><li>Strongyloides stercoralis in stomach </li></ul>
34.0 Case 4 56F: No history
34.1 Case 4
34.2 Case 4
34.3 Case 4
34.4 Case 4
34.5 Case 4
34.6 Case 4
34.7
34.8 <ul><li>Cystic atrophy, endometrium </li></ul>
4.0 Case 4 73M: Submitted as sebaceous cyst
4.1 Case 4
4.2 Case 4
4.3 Case 4
4.4 Case 4
4.5
4.6 <ul><li>Pilar, sebaceous or tricholemmal cyst </li></ul>
104.0 47F Sections from unilateral ovarian cystic and solid mass measuring 11 x 9 x 6 cm. Has a synchronous endometrioid  ...
104.1 Case 7
104.2 Case 7
104.3 Case 7
104.4 Case 7
104.5 Case 7
104.6 Case 7
104.7 Case 7
104.8 Case 7
104.9 Case 7
104.10 Case 7
104.11
104.12 <ul><li>Endometrioid adenocarcinoma and endometriosis </li></ul>
56.0 Recurrent pancreatitis Case 6
56.1 Case 6
56.2 Case 6
56.3 Case 6
56.4 Case 6
56.5
56.6 <ul><li>Mucinous (colloid carcinoma) developing in a background of IPMN </li></ul>
69.0 Parotid mass Case 19
69.1 Case 19
69.2 Case 19
69.3 Case 19
69.4 Case 19
69.5 Case 19
69.6
69.7 <ul><li>Traumuatic neuroma </li></ul>
53.0 32F: Single myometrial nodule measuring 1.5 cm. Case 3
53.1 Case 3
53.2 Case 3
53.3 Case 3
53.4 Case 3
53.5 Case 3
53.6 Case 3
53.7
53.8 <ul><li>Adenomatoid tumor </li></ul>
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  1. 1. 58.0 No history required Case 8
  2. 2. 58.1 Case 8
  3. 3. 58.2 Case 8
  4. 4. 58.3 Case 8
  5. 5. 58.4 Case 8
  6. 6. 58.5
  7. 7. 58.6 <ul><li>Mucoepidermoid carcinoma, low grade </li></ul>
  8. 8. 6.0 Case 6 39F: Right breast at 7:00
  9. 9. 6.1 Case 6
  10. 10. 6.2 Case 6
  11. 11. 6.3 Case 6
  12. 12. 6.4 Case 6
  13. 13. 6.5 Case 6
  14. 14. 6.6 Case 6
  15. 15. 6.7
  16. 16. 6.8 <ul><li>Micropapillary IDC, Nottingham 3+3+? </li></ul>
  17. 17. 96.0 Case 9 85M: Right vocal cord polyp
  18. 18. 96.1 Case 9
  19. 19. 96.2 Case 9
  20. 20. 96.3 Case 9
  21. 21. 96.4 Case 9
  22. 22. 96.5 Case 9
  23. 23. 96.6 Case 9
  24. 24. 96.7 Case 9
  25. 25. 96.8
  26. 26. 96.9
  27. 27. 28.0 72F: Postmenopausal bleeding Case 13
  28. 28. 28.1 Case 13
  29. 29. 28.2 Case 13
  30. 30. 28.3 Case 13
  31. 31. 28.4 Case 13
  32. 32. 28.5 Case 13
  33. 33. 28.6 Case 13
  34. 34. 28.7
  35. 35. 28.8 <ul><li>Endometrial intraepithelial carcinoma </li></ul>
  36. 36. 55.0 49F: Parotid mass Case 5
  37. 37. 55.1 Case 5
  38. 38. 55.2 Case 5
  39. 39. 55.3 Case 5
  40. 40. 55.4 Case 5
  41. 41. 55.5 Case 5
  42. 42. 55.6 Case 5
  43. 43. 55.7
  44. 44. 55.8 <ul><li>Follicular lymphoma, grade 1-2 </li></ul>
  45. 45. 35.0 Case 5 49F: Rush biopsy. Please mention calcium
  46. 46. 35.1 Case 5
  47. 47. 35.2 Case 5
  48. 48. 35.3 Case 5
  49. 49. 35.4 Case 5
  50. 50. 35.5
  51. 51. 35.6 <ul><li>ALH; no calcification </li></ul>
  52. 52. 48.0 Case 18 34F: Bladder tumor
  53. 53. 48.1 Case 18
  54. 54. 48.2 Case 18
  55. 55. 48.3 Case 18
  56. 56. 48.4 Case 18
  57. 57. 48.5 Case 18
  58. 58. 48.6 Case 18
  59. 59. 48.7
  60. 60. 48.8 <ul><li>Endometriosis </li></ul>
  61. 61. 29.0 51F: Obese and hypertensive. Presents with vaginal bleeding 4-5 months Case 14
  62. 62. 29.1 Case 14
  63. 63. 29.2 Case 14
  64. 64. 29.3 Case 14
  65. 65. 29.4 Case 14
  66. 66. 29.5 Case 14
  67. 67. 29.6 Case 14
  68. 68. 29.7 Case 14
  69. 69. 29.8 Case 14
  70. 70. 29.9 Case 14
  71. 71. 29.10 Case 14
  72. 72. 29.11 Case 14
  73. 73. 29.12
  74. 74. 29.13 <ul><li>Adenocarcinoma with exogenous progesterone influence </li></ul>
  75. 75. 62.0 65F: Excisional biopsy Case 12
  76. 76. 62.1 Case 12
  77. 77. 62.2 Case 12
  78. 78. 62.3 Case 12
  79. 79. 62.4 Case 12
  80. 80. 62.5
  81. 81. 62.6 <ul><li>Peripheral intraductal papilloma </li></ul>
  82. 82. 87.0 38M: Mass at base of skull Case 15
  83. 83. 87.1 Case 15
  84. 84. 87.2 Case 15
  85. 85. 87.3 Case 15
  86. 86. 87.4 Case 15
  87. 87. 87.5 <ul><li>The most likely diagnosis is </li></ul><ul><li>What is the differential diagnosis </li></ul><ul><li>What immunostain is most helpful in resolving this differential? </li></ul>
  88. 88. 87.6 <ul><li>Case 15 . </li></ul><ul><li>3 The most likely diagnosis is : Chordoma </li></ul><ul><li>2 What is the differential diagnosis: Chondrosarcoma </li></ul><ul><li>2 What immunostain is most helpful in resolving this differential? AE1/3/ Brachyury </li></ul>
  89. 89. 92.0 Case 5 25F: Retroperitoneal mass resection. Section from a separate peritoneal nodule
  90. 90. 92.1 Case 5
  91. 91. 92.2 Case 5
  92. 92. 92.3 Case 5
  93. 93. 92.4 Case 5
  94. 94. 92.5
  95. 95. 92.6
  96. 96. 108.0 25F Unilateral ovarian mass 15 x 13 x 6 cm, 492 gms Cystic and solid cut surface. Case 11
  97. 97. 108.1 Case 11
  98. 98. 108.2 Case 11
  99. 99. 108.3 Case 11
  100. 100. 108.4 Case 11
  101. 101. 108.5 Case 11
  102. 102. 108.6 Case 11
  103. 103. 108.7
  104. 104. 108.8 <ul><li>Yolk sac tumor </li></ul>
  105. 105. 10.0 Case 10 Breast biopsy
  106. 106. 10.1 Case 10
  107. 107. 10.2 Case 10
  108. 108. 10.3 Case 10
  109. 109. 10.4 Case 10
  110. 110. 10.5
  111. 111. 10.6 <ul><li>DCIS colonizing lobules </li></ul>
  112. 112. 84.0 Case 12 41M: Multiple masses in this organ
  113. 113. 84.1 Case 12
  114. 114. 84.2 Case 12
  115. 115. 84.3 Case 12
  116. 116. 84.4 Case 12
  117. 117. 84.5 Case 12
  118. 118. 84.6 Case 12
  119. 119. 84.7 Case 12
  120. 120. 84.8 <ul><li>a. Name the organ </li></ul><ul><li>b. Pan-keratin and TTF-1 immunostains are negative. What is the diagnosis </li></ul><ul><li>c. Name the stain </li></ul>
  121. 121. 84.9 <ul><li>Case 12 . </li></ul><ul><li>1 a. Name the organ: Lung </li></ul><ul><li>2 b. Pan-keratin and TTF-1 immunostains are negative. What is the diagnosis: Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma </li></ul><ul><li>1 c. Name the stain: CD 31 </li></ul>
  122. 122. 95.0 Case 8 40F: Lesser sac mass
  123. 123. 95.1 Case 8
  124. 124. 95.2 Case 8
  125. 125. 95.3 Case 8
  126. 126. 95.4 Case 8
  127. 127. 95.5 Case 8
  128. 128. 95.6 Case 8
  129. 129. 95.7
  130. 130. 95.8
  131. 131. 37.0 Case 7 65F: Right breast cancer.
  132. 132. 37.1 0.1 cm Case 7
  133. 133. 37.2 Case 7
  134. 134. 37.3 Case 7
  135. 135. 37.4 Case 7
  136. 136. 37.5 Case 7
  137. 137. 37.6 Case 7
  138. 138. 37.7
  139. 139. 37.8 <ul><li>ADH verging on low grade DCIS </li></ul>
  140. 140. 32.0 Case 2 53F: Ultrasound guided breast biopsy
  141. 141. 32.1 Case 2
  142. 142. 32.2 Case 2
  143. 143. 32.3 Case 2
  144. 144. 32.4 Case 2
  145. 145. 32.5 Case 2
  146. 146. 32.6
  147. 147. 32.7 <ul><li>Cyst; no ductal proliferation or Ca </li></ul>
  148. 148. 36.0 Case 6 30F: Atypical endocervical cells suggestive of adenocarcinoma in situ
  149. 149. 36.1 Case 6
  150. 150. 36.2 Case 6
  151. 151. 36.3 Case 6
  152. 152. 36.4 Case 6
  153. 153. 36.5 Case 6
  154. 154. 36.6 Case 6
  155. 155. 36.7
  156. 156. 36.8 <ul><li>Invasive carcinoma and AIS </li></ul>
  157. 157. 40.0 Case 10 37M: Anemia
  158. 158. 40.1 Case 10
  159. 159. 40.2 Case 10
  160. 160. 40.3 Case 10
  161. 161. 40.4 Case 10
  162. 162. 40.5 Case 10
  163. 163. 40.6 Case 10
  164. 164. 40.7
  165. 165. 40.8 <ul><li>Giardia </li></ul>
  166. 166. 3.0 Case 3 73F: Mastectomy
  167. 167. 3.1 Case 3
  168. 168. 3.2 Case 3
  169. 169. 3.3 Case 3
  170. 170. 3.4 Case 3
  171. 171. 3.5 Case 3
  172. 172. 3.6 Case 3
  173. 173. 3.7
  174. 174. 3.8 <ul><li>UDH and apocrine metaplasia </li></ul>
  175. 175. 88.0 Case 1 62F: Pelvic mass
  176. 176. 88.1 Case 1
  177. 177. 88.2 Case 1
  178. 178. 88.3 Case 1
  179. 179. 88.4 Case 1
  180. 180. 88.5 Case 1
  181. 181. 88.6 Case 1
  182. 182. 88.7
  183. 183. 88.8
  184. 184. 33.0 Case 3 49F: Calcifications in breast
  185. 185. 33.1 Case 3
  186. 186. 33.2 Case 3
  187. 187. 33.3 Case 3
  188. 188. 33.4 Case 3
  189. 189. 33.5
  190. 190. 33.6 <ul><li>UDH; no calcifications </li></ul>
  191. 191. 97.0 Case 10 27F: Neck dissection
  192. 192. 97.1 Case 10
  193. 193. 97.2 Case 10
  194. 194. 97.3 Case 10
  195. 195. 97.4 Case 10
  196. 196. 97.5 Case 10
  197. 197. 97.6
  198. 198. 97.7
  199. 199. 46.0 Case 16 45F. Large mass. Menorrhagia
  200. 200. 46.1 Case 16
  201. 201. 46.2 Case 16
  202. 202. 46.3 Case 16
  203. 203. 46.4 Case 16
  204. 204. 46.5
  205. 205. 46.6 <ul><li>Squamous metaplasia </li></ul>
  206. 206. 76.0 Case 4 55M: Cirrhosis secondary to HCV infection. CT guided biopsy.
  207. 207. 76.1 Case 4
  208. 208. 76.2 Case 4
  209. 209. 76.3 Case 4
  210. 210. 76.4 Case 4
  211. 211. 76.5 Case 4
  212. 212. 76.6 Case 4
  213. 213. 76.7 <ul><li>a. Most comprehensive diagnosis on sections provided </li></ul><ul><li>b. Name the stain </li></ul><ul><li>c. Name the stain </li></ul><ul><li>d. Name the stain </li></ul><ul><li>e. Name the stain </li></ul>
  214. 214. 76.8 <ul><li>Case 4 . </li></ul><ul><li>2 a. Most comprehensive diagnosis on sections provided: </li></ul><ul><li>Hepatocellular carcinoma </li></ul><ul><li>1 b. Name the stain: HepPar </li></ul><ul><li>1 c. Name the stain: pCEA/CD10 </li></ul><ul><li>1 d. Name the stain: CD34 </li></ul><ul><li>1 e. Name the stain: AFP/Glypican-3 </li></ul>
  215. 215. 49.0 Case 19 57F: Bilateral breast calcifications
  216. 216. 49.1 0.1 cm Case 19
  217. 217. 49.2 Case 19
  218. 218. 49.3 Case 19
  219. 219. 49.4 Case 19
  220. 220. 49.5 Case 19
  221. 221. 49.6 Case 19
  222. 222. 49.7
  223. 223. 49.8 <ul><li>ADH; Ca++ </li></ul>
  224. 224. 44.0 Case 14 39F: Ultrasound guided biopsy of left breast mass
  225. 225. 44.1 Case 14
  226. 226. 44.2 Case 14
  227. 227. 44.3 Case 14
  228. 228. 44.4 Case 14
  229. 229. 44.5 Case 14
  230. 230. 44.6 Case 14
  231. 231. 44.7
  232. 232. 44.8 <ul><li>UDH </li></ul>
  233. 233. 25.0 Case 10 Scrape preparation from a thyroid nodule.
  234. 234. 25.1 Case 10
  235. 235. 25.2 Case 10
  236. 236. 25.3
  237. 237. 25.4 <ul><li>Papillary thyroid carcinoma </li></ul>
  238. 238. 102.0 79F Bilateral cystic ovarian masses Each approximately 7.0 cm in size Excrescences noted in lining of cysts Case 5
  239. 239. 102.1 Case 5
  240. 240. 102.2 Case 5
  241. 241. 102.3 Case 5
  242. 242. 102.4
  243. 243. 102.5 <ul><li>Serous cystadenoma </li></ul>
  244. 244. 64.0 Abdominal pain Case 14
  245. 245. 64.1 Case 14
  246. 246. 64.2 Case 14
  247. 247. 64.3 Case 14
  248. 248. 64.4
  249. 249. 64.5 <ul><li>Strongyloides stercoralis in stomach </li></ul>
  250. 250. 34.0 Case 4 56F: No history
  251. 251. 34.1 Case 4
  252. 252. 34.2 Case 4
  253. 253. 34.3 Case 4
  254. 254. 34.4 Case 4
  255. 255. 34.5 Case 4
  256. 256. 34.6 Case 4
  257. 257. 34.7
  258. 258. 34.8 <ul><li>Cystic atrophy, endometrium </li></ul>
  259. 259. 4.0 Case 4 73M: Submitted as sebaceous cyst
  260. 260. 4.1 Case 4
  261. 261. 4.2 Case 4
  262. 262. 4.3 Case 4
  263. 263. 4.4 Case 4
  264. 264. 4.5
  265. 265. 4.6 <ul><li>Pilar, sebaceous or tricholemmal cyst </li></ul>
  266. 266. 104.0 47F Sections from unilateral ovarian cystic and solid mass measuring 11 x 9 x 6 cm. Has a synchronous endometrioid adenocarcinoma of uterus Case 7
  267. 267. 104.1 Case 7
  268. 268. 104.2 Case 7
  269. 269. 104.3 Case 7
  270. 270. 104.4 Case 7
  271. 271. 104.5 Case 7
  272. 272. 104.6 Case 7
  273. 273. 104.7 Case 7
  274. 274. 104.8 Case 7
  275. 275. 104.9 Case 7
  276. 276. 104.10 Case 7
  277. 277. 104.11
  278. 278. 104.12 <ul><li>Endometrioid adenocarcinoma and endometriosis </li></ul>
  279. 279. 56.0 Recurrent pancreatitis Case 6
  280. 280. 56.1 Case 6
  281. 281. 56.2 Case 6
  282. 282. 56.3 Case 6
  283. 283. 56.4 Case 6
  284. 284. 56.5
  285. 285. 56.6 <ul><li>Mucinous (colloid carcinoma) developing in a background of IPMN </li></ul>
  286. 286. 69.0 Parotid mass Case 19
  287. 287. 69.1 Case 19
  288. 288. 69.2 Case 19
  289. 289. 69.3 Case 19
  290. 290. 69.4 Case 19
  291. 291. 69.5 Case 19
  292. 292. 69.6
  293. 293. 69.7 <ul><li>Traumuatic neuroma </li></ul>
  294. 294. 53.0 32F: Single myometrial nodule measuring 1.5 cm. Case 3
  295. 295. 53.1 Case 3
  296. 296. 53.2 Case 3
  297. 297. 53.3 Case 3
  298. 298. 53.4 Case 3
  299. 299. 53.5 Case 3
  300. 300. 53.6 Case 3
  301. 301. 53.7
  302. 302. 53.8 <ul><li>Adenomatoid tumor </li></ul>
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