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By Aliya N. Husain, J. Thomas Stocker

Pediatric pathology has been a famous sup-specialty of pathology for nearly 20 years. this present day pathology education courses are required to supply schooling in pediatric pathology. as well as pediatric pathology experts, many common and community-based pathologists on a regular basis deal with pediatric specimens. A operating wisdom of present pediatric pathology is vital for applicable dealing with of those cases.

The colour Atlas of Pediatric Pathology covers the extensive diversity of pediatric ailments pathologist will most probably come upon and is written via famous leaders during this box. assurance comprises either common and no more more often than not visible instances, and every dialogue offers a concise precis of the salient positive aspects of the affliction in addition to expertly chosen, top quality colour photographs. the colour Atlas of Pediatric Pathology is a realistic operating source for each pathologist who sees pediatric situations in addition to the pathology trainee. The atlas positive factors nearly 1,100 top quality photographs in addition to very important staging and prognostic (including molecular) parameters.
Features of the colour Atlas of Pediatric Pathology include:

Comprehensive insurance of pediatric surgical and post-mortem pathology
Each bankruptcy is gifted by way of a well-known expert
Practical presentation: concise textual content highlights diagnostic gains making the atlas a good source for the practitioner
Illustrated all through with nearly 1,100 full-color pictures

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19 20 Placenta Microscopic: More than 10 capillary cross sections should be observed in at least 10 villi in several different areas of the placenta (“rule of tens”) (77). 28) (78). Chorangioma (Benign Capillary Vascular Tumor Within Proximal Villi) Prevalence/gestational age: Chorangiomas are most common in near-term placentas. Overall prevalence is less than 1% (79). Etiology: Chorangiomas are benign vascular tumors, possibly related to infantile hemangiomas with which they share clinical risk factors (see discussion that follows).

Capillary hemangioma composed of endothelial-lined channels with prominent surrounding pericytes arising in the stroma of a proximal stem villus, with mild nonspecific surrounding trophoblast hyperplasia. EXTRINSIC PROCESS EXTRINSIC PROCESS n MECONIUM EXPOSURE (FETAL STOOL WITHIN THE AMNIOTIC FLUID) Prevalence/gestational age: Release of meconium into the amniotic fluid complicates 10% to 15% of term pregnancies (87, 88). Passage of meconium is extremely uncommon before 34 weeks. Meconium associated vascular necrosis is a rare lesion affecting 3% of term placentas submitted to pathology (31, 89).

68. Viero S, Chaddha V, Alkazaleh F, et al. Prognostic value of placental ultrasound in pregnancies complicated by absent end-diastolic flow velocity in the umbilical arteries. Placenta. 2004;25:735–741. 69. Fok RY, Pavlova Z, Benirschke K, et al. The correlation of arterial lesions with umbilical artery doppler velocimetry in the placentas of small-for-dates pregnancies. Obstet Gynecol. 1990;75:578–583. 70. Desoye G, Hauguel-de Mouzon S. The human placenta in gestational diabetes mellitus. The insulin and cytokine network.

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