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By Vinod B. Shidham MD, Barbara F. Atkinson MD

This new reference examines specimen processing of effusion fluids, detailing the stairs had to receive extra exact diagnoses whereas averting universal pitfalls. A methodical, algorithmic method of the evaluate and interpretation of specimens lets you determine a definitive analysis in those frequently tough situations. simple gains - mixed with vast tables and algorithms - facilitate ease of interpretation, and highlighted info makes the main crucial ideas effortless to reference quickly.
* stay away from strength error in analysis with an entire bankruptcy that provides professional techniques to specimen assortment and processing.
* Arrive at extra actual diagnoses by means of step by step algorithms plus thousands of illustrations - together with a number of photos for every phenomenon representing a wide diversity of stains and magnifications.
* in attaining optimum diagnostic simple task by means of viewing correlations among Pap, Diff-Quick (Romanowsky), and immunocytochemical stain for all types of serous effusion.
* realize the adaptation in telephone samples yielded after washing the serous hollow space with saline or balanced salt resolution as opposed to effusion fluid.
* comprehend the benefits and drawbacks of Pap stains as opposed to Diff-Quick stains in FNA evaluations.
* stay brand new with the most recent applied sciences resembling liquid established cytology (SurePathT) and ThinPrepT.
* simply follow rules to real-life perform via reviewing targeted histories.
* speedy find the assistance you would like with a color-coded bankruptcy system.
* concentrate on crucial issues with straight forward highlighted packing containers.

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2 (pp. 32 and 33). Pediatric malignant effusions41,42 A series of 226 effusions from 146 patients under the age of 18 years over a 40-year period showed that pleural effusion is the most frequent malignant effusion in children:41 47% (66/139) of pleural fluids were positive for neoplastic cells, followed by 23% (15/65) of ascitic fluids, 27% (4/15) of peritoneal washings, and 43% (3/7) of pericardial fluids. Lymphoma and leukemia (52%) were the commonest associated primary neoplasms, followed by neuroblastoma (14%), Wilms’ tumor (9%), gonadal and extragonadal germ 1 1.

They are not observed in biopsy specimens. 5). This has been demonstrated by experimental models and by immunocytochemistry. Distinguishing reactive mesothelial cells from macrophages is usually of little clinical significance. ☞ However, mesothelial cells with some features of macrophages may resemble malignant cells. 1 Mesothelial cells with central to slightly eccentric nuclei (ascitic fluid). The cytoplasm shows a two-zone staining pattern. 5. 7u). 10). 11). Increased numbers of cohesive clusters and/or papillary structures formed by mesothelial cells should arouse suspicion of mesothelioma.

A. Mesothelial cells with central to eccentric nuclei. A thin rim of cytoplasm separates the nuclear border from the cell border (blue arrows RM). b. Compared to mesothelial cells the adenocarcinoma cells with eccentric nuclei appose the cell border without a distinct rim of intervening cytoplasm (red arrows NC). 5 Vacuolated mesothelial cells with macrophage features (pleural fluid). Panorama of cytomorphologic features with central to slightly eccentric nuclei. 6 Mesothelial cells with central to slightly eccentric nuclei (ascitic fluid).

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