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Case 88 – summary

Morphology week summary. Case A     Our followers were correct in suggesting these were plasma cells, one of which is binucleate on the second picture.  Thrombocytopenia was also noted.  This would be in keeping with a diagnosis of plasma … Continue reading

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Case 88 – part E

Last slide of the week. Spot diagnosis – patient presented with a vasculitis

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Dermatology short cases: case 5

Cryoglobulinaemia This poor chap has significant acrocyanosis and necrosis, affecting his hands, nose and lips. You were all quite intrigued by this picture and suggested diagnoses flew in thick and fast. Clearly profound hypotension and DIC associated with sepsis could cause … Continue reading

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