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Path- Eponyms Test4

CA, Male/Female genitalia

Michaelis-Gutmann Bodies Calcified lysosomes with undigested bugs
Bowen's Disease White/opaque plaques involving skin of penile shaft
Erythroplasia of Queyrat Red velvety/shiny plaques on mucosa of glans or prepuce
Bowenoid Papulosis Multiple pigmented papules on external genitalia
Koilocytosis cavity surrounding nucleus
Nabothian Cysts Cystically dilated endocervical glands
Hydatid of Morgagni Fallopian Tube cyst - an embryologic remnant
Stein-Levinthal Syndrome One variant of Polycystic Ovary Disease (PCOD)
Pseudomyxoma Peritonei Malignant mucinous ascites (i.e. accumulation of mucinous material in peritoneum)
Hobnail Morphology cells have clear cytoplasm
Brenner Tumor most common, benign, resembles Bladder epithelium
Call-Exner Bodies small follicles filled with eosinophilic secretions
Struma Ovarii cyst composed entirely of thyroid tissue.
Krukenberg Tumor bilateral replacement of signet-ring cells, origin=stomach.
Funisitis Inflammation of the umbilical cord
Wiskott-Aldridge Syndrome immune deficiency disease
Blooms Syndrome immune deficiency disease
Purtilos X-linked Lymphoproliferative Syndrome inherited inability to deal with EBV infection --> Lymphoma
Reed-Sternberg Cells bi/multinucleated cells with eosinophilic inclusions
Lacunar Cells Reed-Sternberg cell variants
Bence-Jones Proteins free light chains, b/c the IgG is too big to get through the urine
Lisch Nodules pigmented hemartomas in the iris
Ectopia Lentis ocular changes
Schiller-Duval Bodies Seen in Endodermal Sinus (Yolk-Sac) Tumors of the Ovary
Richter Syndrome Transformation of CLL to prolymphocytic leukemia or large cell lymphoma
Teardrop Cells Chronic Idiopathic Myelofibrosis
Multicentric Castleman's Disease Lymphoma caused by Herpes Virus 8
Cerebriform nuclei and Pautrier Microabscesses Seen in Mycosis Fungoides/Sezary Syndrome (cutaneous T-cell lymphomas)
Starry-Sky appearance seen in Burkitts Lymphoma micro
Apple-green Birefringence on Congo Red Descriptive of Amyloidosis (on IF - immunofluorescence)
pinpoint myometrial hemorrhage, symmetrically enlarged uterus Adenomyosis
m/c CA in humans, esp Blk female, Sharply demarcated mass, fibroids sensitive to E2, whorled bundles Leiomyoma
t7;17, x<50yo, neoplastic stromal cell Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma
pushing borders, relapse 36% low Grade stromal sarcoma
infiltrating borders, relapse 80% High Grade stromal sarcoma
Coag Tumor Cell [zonal] Necrosis, hi mitos, nuc atypia, bulky, fleshy mass, m/c uterine sarcoma leiomyosarcoma
Created by: mcafej02