Seborrheic Keratosis: 5-Minute Pathology Pearls

So the first case that we have here this is a seborrheic keratosis. These are kind of benign keratinocyte proliferations that usually occur in older people and have this kind of stuck on appearance. Usually they’re dark in color. And microscopically there’s a variety of different patterns you can see. This was kind of anRead More Seborrheic Keratosis: 5-Minute Pathology Pearls

5-Minute Pathology Pearls: Inverted Follicular Keratosis (IFK)

Alright here is something else that looks a little bit like a seborrheic keratosis and may in fact be related depending on your point of view. This is a solitary lesion from the face and it’s a shave biopsy. And you can see that it’s got that pink appearance that’s kind of like a seborrheicRead More 5-Minute Pathology Pearls: Inverted Follicular Keratosis (IFK)

Dermpath Board Review: 100 Classic Cases

Dermpath Board Review: 100 Classic Cases

So I’m going to start with case one so with case one you so like I keep whenever like we are talking with the residents we always tell them that you should always have a format of approaching a digit of a slide a pathology slide so just don’t jump to a diagnosis try toRead More Dermpath Board Review: 100 Classic Cases

Woman’s ovarian tumors almost ‘vanished’ after taking unproven CBD

Woman’s ovarian tumors almost ‘vanished’ after taking unproven CBD

Doctors claim a woman has been virtually ‘cured’ her ovarian cancer – after shunning traditional treatment and taking CBD oil and apricot extract instead The ‘dramatic response’ has been documented by surgeons at the University of California, San Diego  Most doctors warn against eschewing traditional treatments for alternative therapies, but are open to complementary alternativeRead More Woman’s ovarian tumors almost ‘vanished’ after taking unproven CBD

HIPEC (Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy)

HIPEC (Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy)

Hypothermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy, or HIPEC, is a treatment option for patients with advanced cancers that have spread to the abdominal cavity or peritoneum. Doctors begin with what is called cytoreductive surgery to remove all visible tumors in the abdominal area. The extent of the surgery depends on the findings during surgery. Surgery can involve theRead More HIPEC (Heated Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy)