1) Among the bladder cancer cases, 90% take the pathological diagnosis
of transitional cell carcinoma.
It was predictive of both a pathological diagnosis
other than GERD and a recurrent ALTE in children with a final GERD diagnosis.
As Kurian and Al-Nafussi (5) note, the main differential pathological diagnosis
in this case included primary breast osteosarcoma versus our ultimate diagnosis, metaplastic ductal carcinoma with osteosarcomatous differentiation.
Nevertheless, we remain convinced that the molecular dimension of pathological diagnosis
will be increased substantially in the coming years, once we know the full impact of pharmacogenomics and gene expression analyses in cancer (see Fig.
Celebrated manifestations of sanctity in Rose's period would merit a twenty-first-century pathological diagnosis
These individuals had no specific pathological diagnosis
but simply exhibited severe emotional symptoms.
This is becoming an increasingly important part of pathological diagnosis
as it provides the clinician with more information about the disease and contributes to more appropriate treatment.
He wrote: "This syndrome has been used, at times, as a pathological diagnosis
to evade awkward truths.
final pathological diagnosis
Correlation of cytology with surgical pathology specimen report
Cervicitis was reported on 17 biopsies, but the specimens were considered to be negative for significant pathological diagnosis
The pathological diagnosis
confirmed the presence of an adenocarcinoma; the immunohistochemical results were positive for both thyroid transcription factor-1 and Ki-67 and negative for both p63 and wild-type epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), while the ALK was positive with ICH/VANTANA [Figure 1]d.