By Walid E. Khalbuss, Qing Kay Li
Diagnostic Cytopathology Board evaluate and Self-Assessment offers a finished systems-based overview of non-gynecological cytology together with cytomorphology, pitfalls and ancillary experiences, offered in a high-yield structure with board-type a number of selection questions and distinctive solutions. It offers an outstanding overview, source and self-assessment for pathologists, cytopathologists and cytotechnologists, in addition to trainees (pathology citizens, cytopathology fellows and cytotechology scholars) who're getting ready for board examinations or in-service examinations, as well as those people who are seeking to fine-tune their cytology diagnostic talents. the quantity is equipped in a systems-based structure together with chapters overlaying lung, lymph nodes, pancreas, liver, gastrointestinal tract, thyroid, salivary gland, valuable fearful procedure, smooth tissue and bone, kidney, adrenal, retroperitoneal and exfoliative cytology of urine, serous fluids and CSF. This booklet is enriched with the subsequent good points to maximise learning and evaluation of cytopathology" excessive YIELD evaluation: Concise high-yield evaluate with tables emphasizing key issues, valuable standards and demanding ideas to maximise your ranking on board examinations and your diagnostic wisdom of exfoliative and aspiration cytopathology. BOARD EXAM-TYPE QUESTIONS: Over 800 board exam-type questions overlaying all components of non-gynecological cytology with emphasis on cytomorphology, diagnostic pitfalls and ancillary reviews, together with targeted solutions with in-depth discussions and key references from the literature and significant cytopathology textual content books. prime quality FULL-COLOR photos: Over six hundred fine quality full-color photomicrographs, together with photos of immunohistochemical stains and different ancillary reviews performed.
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22 Q-22. What is the diagnosis of this image? (a) Reactive bronchial epithelium (b) Creola body (c) Bronchoalveolar macrophages (d) Adenocarcinoma with cytoplasmic mucin 25 26 Fig. 23 Q-23. What is the diagnosis of this cell block preparation? K. E. Khalbuss 1 Lung Cytopathology (Bronchial and Aspiration Cytology) Fig. 24 Q-24. A 67-year-old female smoker had bilateral lung infiltration. What is the diagnosis of this cell block preparation? (a) Bronchoalveolar macrophages (b) Goblet cell hyperplasia (c) Adenocarcinoma (d) Reactive bronchial epithelium 27 28 Fig.
23 Q-23. What is the diagnosis of this cell block preparation? K. E. Khalbuss 1 Lung Cytopathology (Bronchial and Aspiration Cytology) Fig. 24 Q-24. A 67-year-old female smoker had bilateral lung infiltration. What is the diagnosis of this cell block preparation? (a) Bronchoalveolar macrophages (b) Goblet cell hyperplasia (c) Adenocarcinoma (d) Reactive bronchial epithelium 27 28 Fig. 25 Q-25. This is a transbronchial fine-needle aspiration from a 78-year-old male smoker who has a right upper lobe lung nodule.
28 Q-28. This is an on-site evaluation of a transbronchial fineneedle aspiration from a 68-year-old male with clinical history of a colon cancer, now developed bilateral lung nodules. What is the diagnosis of this Diff-Quik preparation? (a) Reactive bronchial epithelium (b) Squamous cell carcinoma (c) Metastatic adenocarcinoma of the colon (d) Adenocarcinoma of the lung 31 32 Fig. 29 Q-29. This is an on-site evaluation of a transbronchial fineneedle aspiration from a 68-year-old male smoker with a large hilar mass.