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Juan, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Rosai-Dorfman disease.
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Rosai, "Clear cell sarcoma and osteoclast-rich clear cell sarcoma-like tumor of the gastrointestinal tract: one tumor type or two?
Their prevalence accounts for from 1% to 5,4% of all children's population (Kviatkovskaia, 2009; Leonova, 2009; Cotran et al, 2004; Rosai, 2003).
38) Rosai had moved to the Paszkowski cafe, where the Fascists gathered, according to what Montale reports.
The 32 chapters in this study guide for board certification or re-certification examinations in anatomical pathology are based on the topics the Rosai and Ackerman textbook.
Vargas accompanies Rosai to the end of the chamber, bur first takes down the sword of Ramiro hanging on the wall, and gives it to Rosai, saying,] "Llevaos este recuerdo de vuestro generoso rival; no quede en Sevilla el testigo de la sola vez en que Rosai fue vencido" (II,213-15/168-69).
In 1998, Argani & Rosai reported on a further six cases of hyperplasia of mesothelial cells in superior phrenic nodes nodes (Argani & Rosai, 1998).
In the same year, just a few months earlier, Juan Rosai (2) argued in favor of the continuing importance of morphology in daily diagnostic practice.
Norihiko Basugi, of the Kunto Rosai Hospital, Japan, as well as talks from a roll goods producer and an equipment/materials supplier.
The Aperio ePathViewer will connect to the NETWORK and also supports several pre-configured websites including the Rosai Collection, Aperio eSlide Hosting and Aperio eSlideShare.
This study was approved by the Ethics Committees of Tohoku Rosai Hospital and Tongji University Medical Hospital.
Rapelanoro Rabenja, "L'histiocytose sinusale de Rosai Dorfman: a propos d'un premier cas Malgache," Annales de Dermatologie et de Venereologie, vol.
It was first described by Steeper and Rosai in 1983.