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4th Year Pathology Slides & Models Revision 2014 LABELLED

by Nazeeha Sami 


Chondroma

Lipoma 
Adipocytes



Ch.pyelonephritis
Insterstitial fibrosis, sclerosis of glomeruli, thyroidization of tubules
Normal glomeruli and tubules can b seen
Thyroidization of tubules also seen



Scc keratin pealrs



AML
Blasts
Less cellular than all

Basophillic slide


Papilloma. 
Wavy papillae e a thin sq lining



Adeno ca prostate
Glands in the lower right field

Follicular adenoma Thyroid

Chronic chole
Long papillae
Diffuse inflammatory infiltrate

Broken muscle layer

Fibroadenoma breast

Renal cell CA





papillary CA thyroid







Giant cell tumor
numerous giant cells can be seen


Invasive ductal CA



BCC palisading outer layers

Adenocarcinoma prostate



Osteosarcoma

Tb granuloma



CLL
too many lymphocytes 
Smudge cells

Leiomyoma



CML



Transitional cc



Fibroadenoma breast
Abundant fibrous tissue and slit like compressed glands


Bph

Transitional cell CA

T.B granuloma

Megaloblastic anemia 
Hypersegmented neutrophil
macrocytes


Colloid goitre

CML
Band neutrophils
mature neutrophils

Myelocytes(round large nuclei granular cytoplasm)
Metamyelocytes(kidney shaped nuclei granular cyto.)

ALL

 papillary CA thyroid





ALL

Chondroma


Acute appendicitis
Colonic glands and follicles 
Neutrophils invading the muscularis


 Transitional cell ca


Papillary ca thyroid
Follicles e colloid seen on one side and orphan Annie nuclei in the main field





























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