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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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