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what is palisading necrosis? areas of necrosis surrounded by neoplastic nuclei in GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORM
what are psammoma bodies? laminated calcifications in a MENINGIOMA
what are flame-shaped intracytoplasmic inclusions composed of paired helical filaments? neurofibrillary tangles in DEMENTIA
what are intracytoplasmic eosinophillic inclusions containing alpha-synuclein and unbiquitin? lewy bodies
what are ashoff bodes? focal interstitial myocardial inflammation characterized by areas of fibrinoid necrosis, large cells, and multinucleated giant cells in RHEUMATIC HD
what are roth spots, oslers nodes, janeway lesions, and splinter hemmorhages? roth spots-retinal hemmorhagesoslers nodes-painful,red, raised lesions on the palms and solesjaneway lesions-non tender, red, lesions on the palms and soles splinter hemmorages- reddish-brown lines under the nails ALL SEEN IN BACTERIAL ENDOCARDITIS
what is libmann sacks endocarditis small vegetations on either or both surfaces of valve leaflets in SLE
is what disorder does the patient squat? tetralogy of fallot, presumbly to lessen the right to left shunting.
what disorder is associated with endocardial cushion defect? (ASD and VSD) downs syndrome
what causes cardiovascular defects, microcephaly with mental retardation, deafness, cataracts, and growth retardation? congenital rubella syndrome
what cardiac abnormality is associated with rubella? PDA
what is the most common mutation in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy? beta-myosin heavy chain gene
what is a frequent cause of cor pulmonale? emphysema
disease of the heart that are non-inflammatory and are not associated with htn, congenital heart disease, valvular disease, or coronary heart disease cardiomyopathy
what are councilman bodies? dying hepatocytes that condense into eosinophilic contracted forms in YELLOW FEVER
what are mallory bodies? intracytoplasmic eosinophillic hyaline inclusions in ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS
dane particle is associated with what? hep B
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