The most frequent histological
type was found to be Meningiomas (48 cases, 60%), followed by Astrocytomas (20 cases, 25%).
pattern of malignant skin lesions in pakistani population.
Quantitative variables were age and gender while the Qualitative variables were histological
grades, immunohistochemical (IHC) expression of WT1 and Immunohistochemical score.
In agreement to these current law requirements, we investigated the value of histological
findings and found that in some cases the histologic diagnosis of asbestosis was the only bridge finding because exposure did not total 25 fiber years, and radiological evaluation did not reveal any bridge findings.
Thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA) which is the hallmark of APSN was detected in the repeat biopsy in two patients Change in the histological
class was frequent and was seen in 12 out of the 15 patients while patients with proliferative LN class switching to non-proliferative class was rare.
The specimens were placed in buffered formalin, subjected to standard histological
procedure, and stained with hematoxylin-eosin and Giemsa [19,20].
All hepatic lesions and cysticerci in the peritoneal cavity were counted at necropsy, and hepatic samples of lesions detected were recovered, fixed in 10% buffered formalin and processed for histological
Results: Significant association of Her-2/neu overexpression with histological
types and grades of EC was seen, whereas the association of ER and PR expression with histological
types, grades and stage of EC was statistically insignificant.
assessment was performed by multiple pathologists working at the NHLS and at a private pathology laboratory in Pietermaritzburg.
analysis, patients were divided into two groups: experimental group with histopathologically diagnosed PCa (30 patients) and a control group with histopathologically diagnosed BPH (165 patients).
They may be classified into three histological
variants: luminal, intraluminal, and mural.
An experienced renal pathologist (LB) classified all cases according to the ANCAGN histological