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Author(s): Gerald Abrams, M.D., 2009License: Unless otherwise noted, this material is made available under the termsof the...
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M1 Patients and Populations:            NEOPLASIA II             Gerald D. Abrams MDFall 2008
MICROSCOPIC FEATURES OF       NEOPLASMS•  CONCEPT OF STROMA /   ANGIOGENESIS•  CONCEPT OF DIFFERENTIATION•  GRADING / STAG...
CANCER CELLS AND STROMA  G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
CANCER CELLS AND STROMA      SCIRRHOUS  G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
NORMAL COLONIC MUCOSA  G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
COLON CANCER, MODERATELY     DIFFERENTIATED   G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
NORMAL BRONCHIAL MUCOSA   G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
CANCER OF THE BRONCHUS      ANAPLASTIC  G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
GRADING OF NEOPLASMS•  ASSESSMENT OF THE DEGREE OF   DIFFERENTIATION OF A NEOPLASM•  BASED ON THE RESEMBLANCE OF   THE NEO...
WELL DIFFERENTIATEDSQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
MODERATELY DIFFERENTIATEDSQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
POORLY DIFFERENTIATEDSQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
STAGING OF NEOPLASMS•  ASSESSMENT OF THE EXTENT OF   PROGRESSION OF A NEOPLASM IN THE   BODY•  BASED ON THE SIZE AND EXTEN...
HISTOPATHOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS      OF NEOPLASMS•  DIAGNOSIS AS A PREDICTION•  EVALUATION OF:     -ARCHITECTURAL ARRANGEMENT   ...
INVASIONG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
NORMAL COLONIC EPITHELIAL                     CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
NEOPLASTIC COLONIC                 EPITHELIAL CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
NORMAL SQUAMOUS         EPITHELIUMG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
DYSPLASTIC SQUAMOUS     EPITHELIUMG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
CARCINOMA IN SITUG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
CELLULAR FEATURES             OF ANAPLASIAG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
PAP SMEAR                       NORMAL CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
PAP SMEAR                MALIGNANT CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
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08.25.08: Neoplasia II

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08.25.08: Neoplasia II

  1. 1. Author(s): Gerald Abrams, M.D., 2009License: Unless otherwise noted, this material is made available under the termsof the Creative Commons Attribution–Non-commercial–Share Alike 3.0License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/We have reviewed this material in accordance with U.S. Copyright Law and have tried to maximize yourability to use, share, and adapt it. The citation key on the following slide provides information about how youmay share and adapt this material.Copyright holders of content included in this material should contact open.michigan@umich.edu with anyquestions, corrections, or clarification regarding the use of content.For more information about how to cite these materials visit http://open.umich.edu/education/about/terms-of-use.Any medical information in this material is intended to inform and educate and is not a tool for self-diagnosisor a replacement for medical evaluation, advice, diagnosis or treatment by a healthcare professional. Pleasespeak to your physician if you have questions about your medical condition.Viewer discretion is advised: Some medical content is graphic and may not be suitable for all viewers.
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  3. 3. M1 Patients and Populations: NEOPLASIA II Gerald D. Abrams MDFall 2008
  4. 4. MICROSCOPIC FEATURES OF NEOPLASMS•  CONCEPT OF STROMA / ANGIOGENESIS•  CONCEPT OF DIFFERENTIATION•  GRADING / STAGING
  5. 5. CANCER CELLS AND STROMA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  6. 6. CANCER CELLS AND STROMA SCIRRHOUS G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  7. 7. NORMAL COLONIC MUCOSA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  8. 8. COLON CANCER, MODERATELY DIFFERENTIATED G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  9. 9. NORMAL BRONCHIAL MUCOSA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  10. 10. CANCER OF THE BRONCHUS ANAPLASTIC G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  11. 11. GRADING OF NEOPLASMS•  ASSESSMENT OF THE DEGREE OF DIFFERENTIATION OF A NEOPLASM•  BASED ON THE RESEMBLANCE OF THE NEOPLASM TO THE NORMAL TISSUE OF ORIGIN
  12. 12. WELL DIFFERENTIATEDSQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  13. 13. MODERATELY DIFFERENTIATEDSQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  14. 14. POORLY DIFFERENTIATEDSQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  15. 15. STAGING OF NEOPLASMS•  ASSESSMENT OF THE EXTENT OF PROGRESSION OF A NEOPLASM IN THE BODY•  BASED ON THE SIZE AND EXTENT OF THE PRIMARY, AND ON THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF REGIONAL AND DISTANT METASTASES
  16. 16. HISTOPATHOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF NEOPLASMS•  DIAGNOSIS AS A PREDICTION•  EVALUATION OF: -ARCHITECTURAL ARRANGEMENT -RELATION OF NEOPLASTIC CELLS TO NORMAL SURROUNDINGS -CYTOLOGIC FEATURES OF NEOPLASTIC CELLS
  17. 17. INVASIONG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  18. 18. NORMAL COLONIC EPITHELIAL CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  19. 19. NEOPLASTIC COLONIC EPITHELIAL CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  20. 20. NORMAL SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUMG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  21. 21. DYSPLASTIC SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUMG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  22. 22. CARCINOMA IN SITUG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  23. 23. CELLULAR FEATURES OF ANAPLASIAG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  24. 24. PAP SMEAR NORMAL CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  25. 25. PAP SMEAR MALIGNANT CELLSG.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School
  26. 26. Additional Source Information for more information see: http://open.umich.edu/wiki/CitationPolicySlide 5: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 6: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 7: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 8: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 9: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 10: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 12: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 13: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 14: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 17: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 18: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 19: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 20: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 21: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 22: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 23: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 24: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical SchoolSlide 25: G.D. Abrams, University of Michigan Medical School

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