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Steamboat Lake, Clark, CO. 11/25/12

   
# Clinical Information
311 55 F. Fever, night sweats and systemic lymphadenopathy
310 44 M. 2.7 cm right cervical mass
309 59 M. 2.7 cm abdominal wall mass
308 54 M. Large left inguinal lymph node
307 39 M. HIV+, several enlarged left inguinal lymph nodes
306 60 M. Pancytopenia and splenomegaly
305 74 F. Colon and small intestinal masses
304 69 F. Bone lesion in the right femur
303 67 M. 3.1 cm skin lesion and right axillary lymphadenopathy
302 51 M. Fever, diarrhea and lymphadenopathy. Axillary lymph node
301 9 M. Enlarge right tonsil
300 29 F. Right cervical lymphadenopathy
299 74 M. Persistent leukocytosis and bone marrow biopsy
298 31 M. Cytopenia and splenomegaly. Bone marrow biopsy
297 61 F. Bone marrow biopsy
296 68 F. Macrocytosis and neutropenia. Bone marrow biopsy
295 86 F. Bone marrow biopsy
294 39 M. Left cervical lymphadenopathy
293 35 M. Pancytopenia and bone marrow biopsy
292 53 M. Bone marrow biopsy
291 66 F. Macrocytosis and neutropenia. Bone marrow biopsy
290 63 F. Pancytopenia and bone marrow biopsy
289 21 M. Anemia and bone marrow biopsy
288 68 F. Bone marrow biopsy
287 71 M. Inguinal lymph node
286 24 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
285 31 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
284 24 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
283 72 F. Cytopenia and bone marrow biopsy
282 53 F. An incidental splenic mass
281 64 F. Bone marrow biopsy
280. 68 F. Anemia with MCV 112. Peripheral blood smear
279. 37 M. History of thalassemia. Peripheral blood smear
278. 23 M. Peripheral blood smear.
277. 27 M. Peripheral blood smear
276. 16 M. Peripheral blood smear
275. 75 M. Peripheral blood smear
274. 48 F. Serum monoclonal IgM = 5.6g. Bone marrow biopsy
273. 76 M. Fever for 6 days. Peripheral blood smear
272. 64 F. Bone marrow biopsy
271. 65 F. Bone marrow biopsy
270. 66 F. Bone marrow biopsy
269. 65 M. Inguinal lymph node
268. 13 M. Peripheral blood smear
267. 62 M. Recently onset of pneumonia. Peripheral blood smear
266. 18 M. Peripheral blood smear
265. 11 M. Peripheral blood smear
264. 21 M. Peripheral blood smear
263. 61 M. Pancytopenia. Bone marrow biopsy
262. 73 M. Pancytopenia, monoclonal gammopathy. Bone marrow biopsy
261. 68 F. Pancytopenia. Bone marrow biopsy
260. 45 M. Multiple skin lesions
259. 55 M. Bone marrow biopsy for routine follow-up of transplant
258. 58 M. Pancytopenia. Bone marrow biopsy
257. 76 F. Anemia. Bone marrow biopsy
256. 67 M. Axillary lymph node
255. 84 F. A mass within the left low lobe of lung
254. 33 M. Axillary lymph node
253. 34 M. 3rd degree burn. Peripheral blood smear
252. 57 M. Marked leukocytosis. Bone marrow biopsy
251. 44 F. Cervical lymph node
250. 45 F. A large cervical lymph node
249. 52 M. A large inguinal lymph node
248. 43 M. An abdominal wall soft tissue mass
247. 55 F. A dura based brain lesion
246. 3 M. Cytopenia and hepatosplenomegaly. Bone marrow biopsy
245. 16 M. A large cervical lymph node
244. 45 M. A large cervical lymph node
243. 38 M. Peripheral blood smear
242. 63 M. A 6.0cm inguinal lymph node
241. 46 F. Pancytopenia. Bone marrow biopsy
240. 47 M. Excisional skin biopsy
239. 57 M. Lymphadenopathy. Bone marrow biopsy
238. 32 F. Bone marrow biopsy
237. 49 F. Biopsy of breast implant capsule
236. 55 M. Bone marrow biopsy
235. 61 M. Bone marrow biopsy
234. 62 M. History of skin lesion. Bone marrow biopsy
233. 37 M. Lymphadenopathy. Bone marrow biopsy
232. 34 M. Bone marrow biopsy
231. 49 F. A 2.7 cm breast mass lesion
230. 35 F. A 3.3 cm cervical lymph node
229. 61 M. An enlarged inguinal lymph node
228. 53 F. Large cervical lymph node.
227. 11 M. A 4 cm cecal mass.
226. 43 M. Inguinal lymph nodes
225. 18 M. Cervical lymph node biopsy
224. 69 F. Marked macrocytic anemia. Bone marrow biopsy
223. 48 F. Bone marrow biopsy
222. 61 F. Enlarged inguinal lymph node
221. 56 M. Bone marrow biopsy
220. 15 M. Atypical cells in the peripheral blood smear
219. 56 M. Bone marrow biopsy
218. 42 M. Right axillary lymphadenopathy
217. 69 M. Pancytopenia and splenomegaly. Bone marrow biopsy
216. 61 F. Marked lymphocytosis and splenomegaly. Bone marrow biopsy
215. 34 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
214. 81 M. Marked leukocytosis. Blood smear
213. 43 F. Axillary lymph nodes
212. 52 F. Lymphadenopathy and leukocytosis. Blood smear
211. 59 M. Peripheral blood smear
210. 68 M. Peripheral blood smear
209. 71 F. Lymphadenopathy and leukocytosis. Blood smear
208. 66 M. Leukocytosis, hepatosplenomegaly, and lymphadenopathy
207. 65 M. Peripheral blood smear
206. 49 F. Systemic lymphadenopathy and leukocytosis. Blood smear
205. 71 M. Bone marrow biopsy
204. 66 M. Bone marrow biopsy
203. 59 F. Lymphadenopathy. Bone marrow biopsy
202. 41 M. A humerus bone lesion
201. 74 M. Leukocytosis, hepatosplenomegaly, and lymphadenopathy
200. 54 M. HIV+, systemic lymphadenopathy
199. 9 M. Fever and sore throat with enlarged bilateral tonsils
198. 13 M. An enlarge cervical lymph node
197. 37 F. Cervical lymph node
196. 39 F. An enlarged left cervical lymph node
195. 29 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
194. 64 M. Skin lesion on the back
193. 46 F. A lip mucosal nodule
192. 60 F. An enlarged cervical lymph node
191. 34 M. An enlarged inguinal lymph node
190. 41 F. Multiple skin lesions
189. 67 M. Lung lesions
188. 73 M. Cervical lymphadenopathy
187. 68 M. Splenomegaly
186. 1-year-old male. Pancytopenia and hepatosplenomegaly
185. 41 M. HIV+, oral lesion
184. 61 M. Brain lesion
183. 56 F. Pathologic fracture of the femur
182. 58 M. Obturator lymph nodes
181. 38 M. Soft tissue mass of chest wall
180. 72 M. Mediastinal lymph node biopsy and bone marrow biopsy
179. 67 F. Mesenteric lymphadenopathy with colonic mass lesions
178. 52 M. Multiple enlarge cervical lymph nodes
177. 72 M. Blood clots from  a dissecting aortic aneurysm
176. 47 M. Mesenteric lymphadenopathy
175. 56 F. A cecal polyp with mesenteric lymphadenopathy
174. 49 F. History of breast implant. A breast mass
173. 61 M. Bone marrow biopsy
172. 42 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
171. 46 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
170. 34 M. HIV+, gastric lesion and systemic lymphadenopathy
169. 36 M. HIV+, inguinal lymphadenopathy
168. 56 F. Ovarian mass
167. 47 F. Anterior mediastinal mass
166. 65 M. Neck abscess and cervical lymphadenopathy
165. 66 F. Axillary lymph node dissection for breast carcinoma
164. 56 F. Colectomy for Crohn's disease. Mesenteric lymph nodes
163. 74 M. Multiple enlarged cervical lymph nodes
162. 17 M. Cervical lymphadenopathy
161. 55 F. Axillary lymph node dissection for breast carcinoma
160. 16 M. HIV+. Cervical lymphadenopathy
159. 44 F. Axillary lymphadenopathy
158. 44 F. A cystic lesion in the spleen
157. 39 M. Splenectomy due to trauma
156. 34 M. Splenectomy due to trauma
155. 24 F. Axillary lymph node dissection for breast cancer
154. 45 M. Brain lesion
153. 5-hour-old neonate. Abnormal CBC and peripheral blood smear
152. 23 M. Enlarged cervical lymph nodes
151. 39 F. Splenomegaly (2,568 grams) and lymphadenopathy
150. 55 F. Axillary lymphadenopathy.
149. 45 F. Incidental finding in axillary lymph node
148. 37 M. HIV+. Colon lesion and mesenteric lymphadenopathy
147. 59 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
146. 28 M. Nasal lesion
145. 33 F. A 3.9 cm periportal lymph node
144. 66 F. A 3.2 3.0 cm right axillary lymph node
143. 30 M. HIV+. Generalized lymphadenopathy
142. 27 M. HIV+. Generalized lymphadenopathy
141. 62 M. An enlarged obturator lymph node
140. 61 m. Cervical lymphadenopathy
139. 53 M. Inguinal lymphadenopathy
138. 51 F. Thyroid lesion
137. 60 F. Splenomegaly and lymphadenopathy
136. 36 F. Inguinal lymphadenopathy
135. 45 F. Axillary lymphadenopathy
134. 45 F. Multiple nodular lesions in spleen
133. 32 M. HIV+, cervical lymphadenopathy
132. 45 M. Severe anemia and leukopenia. Bone marrow biopsy
131. 64 M. Peripheral blood smear
130. 37 M. Soft tissue mass in arm
129. 24 M. Cervical lymphadenopathy and splenomegaly
128. 80 F. Orbital mass
127. 47 F. Axillary lymphadenopathy
126. 33 F. Inguinal lymphadenopathy
125. 28 F. Axillary lymphadenopathy
124. 77 M. Severe anemia. Bone marrow biopsy
123. 5 M. Ocular lesion
122. 56 F. Multiple skin lesions
121. 48 M. Cervical lymphadenopathy
120. 45 F. Bone marrow biopsy
119. 51 F. Enlarged inguinal lymph node
118. 58 M. Proximal humerus bone lesion
117. 37 F. Enlarged cervical lymph node
116. 46 F. Multiple skin lesions
115. 46 F. Bilateral cervical lymphadenopathy
114. 58 M. Testicular mass
113. 55 F. Enlarged submandibular lymph node
112. 66 M. Renal mass
111. 62 M. BCG treatment for urothelial carcinoma. Bone marrow biopsy
110. 65 F. Scalp skin lesion
109. 65 F. Cervical lymphadenopathy
108. 65 M. History of CLL with anemia and fever. Bone marrow biopsy.
107. 63 M. Peripheral blood smear and CSF
106. 68 F. Massive splenomegaly
105. 37 M. Hepatosplenomegaly
104. 63 M. Gastric biopsy
103. 9 M. Cervical lymphadenopathy
102. 45 M. Testicular mass
101. 56 M. Pancytopenia and bone pain. Bone marrow biopsy
100. 75 M. Systemic lymphadenopathy and multiple organ involvement
99. 3 M. An ileocecal mass
98. 5 M. A cecal mass and enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes
97. 4 F. Bone marrow biopsy
96. 10 M. Splenomegaly, thrombocytopenia and leukopenia
95. 7 M. A large mediastinal mass
94. 5 weeks old female. Abnormal CBC and blood smear
93. 16 F. Atypical lymphocytosis of peripheral blood
92. 6 F. An enlarged left neck lymph node
91. 4 M. Enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes
90. 16 F. An enlarged left postauricular lymph node
89. 11 F. A mass in the occipital skull
88. 61 M. Right cervical lymph nodes
87. 67 M. Atypical lymphocytosis in peripheral blood
86. 41 F. HIV+ with abdominal lymphadenopathy
85. 57 M. Axillary lymphadenopathy
84. 44 M. Axillary lymphadenopathy
83. 65 M. Colon mass
82. 65 M. Splenomegaly and lymphadenopathy
81. 65 M. Bone marrow biopsy
80. 66 M. Bilateral inguinal lymphadenopathy
79. 65 M. HIV+ and left inguinal lymphadenopathy
78. 75 M. A T5 epidural mass
77. 45 M. A 5 cm pancreatic mass
76

58 M. Cervical lymph node

75

62 F. Minor salivary gland lesion

74

65 M. Inguinal lymph node

73

70 M. Inguinal lymph node

72

69 F. Skin lesion

71

56 M. Rectal mass

70

66 M, h/o CLL/SLL. Cervical lymph node

69

27 F. Cervical lymph node

68

27 M. Inguinal lymph node

67

61 F. Bone marrow

66

50 M. Serum protein electrophoresis

65

39 M. Bone marrow

64

18 F. Anemia and splenomegaly. Peripheral blood smear

63

17 M. Anemia. Peripheral blood smear

62

11 M. Soft tissue mass from right upper arm

61

62 M. Small intestinal mass

60

58 F, right axillary lymph node

59

59 F, left axillary lymph node

58

80 F, right axillary lymph node

57

28 F, right medial thigh skin lesion

56

37 F, right neck lymph node

55

24 F, an incidental anterior mediastinal mass

54

38 F, liver lesion

53

54 M, inguinal lymph node

52

72 M, a small intestinal mass

51

47 F, history of Castleman disease. Mediastinal lymph node

50

68 M, a solitary cutaneous nodule

49

39 F, gallbladder

48

57 F, enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes

47

33 M, subcutaneous soft tissue mass

46

44 F, generalized lymphadenopathy. Cervical lymph node

45

43 F, marked leukocytosis. Peripheral blood smear

44

49 F, history of splenectomy. Peripheral blood smear

43

77 M, left supraclavicular lymph node

42

58 M, history of CLL and gastroesophageal mass. Bone marrow

41

58 M, history of CLL. Gastroesophageal mass

40.

45 F, history of splenectomy. Peripheral blood

39.

50 F, left cervical lymph node

38.

29 M, right submandibular lymph node

37.

18 F, right thyroid lesion

36.

58 M, right axillary lymph node

35.

60 M, retroperitoneal lymph node

34.

66 M, right testicular mass

33.

56 M, mediastinal lymph node

32.

80 F, right axillary lymph node

31.

15 M, anemia and abnormal RBC shapes. Peripheral blood

30.

63 M, lymphocytosis

29.

59 M, nasal mass biopsy

28.

53 M, splenomegaly

27.

58 M, skin lesions and systemic lymphadenopathy.

26.

74 M, pancytopenia. Bone marrow biopsy

25.

11 M, axillary lymph node

24.

44 M. Bone marrow biopsy

23.

54 M. Bone marrow biopsy

22.

55 M, small intestine mass

21.

47 M, left inguinal lymph node

20.

71 M, inguinal lymph node

19.

11 M, marked leukocytosis. Peripheral blood

18.

81 M, multiple lytic bone lesions. Bone marrow biopsy

17.

73 M, h/o myelodysplasia. Peripheral blood

16.

48 F, vulva lesion

15.

52 M, h/o CLL, splenic hilar lymph node

14.

39 M, supraclavicular lymph node

13.

78 M, leukocytosis. Bone marrow biopsy

12.

57 M, multiple small colonic polyps

11.

36 M, inguinal lymph node

10.

52 M, severe anemia. Bone marrow biopsy

9.

67 F, lymphocytosis and splenomegaly. Peripheral blood

8.

66 M, lymphocytosis. Peripheral blood

7.

32 F, Fever, superficial lymphadenopathy

6.

56 M, h/o CML. Bone marrow biopsy

5.

77 M, h/o MGUS. Bone marrow biopsy

4.

24 M, pancytopenia. Bone marrow biopsy

3.

51 F, right cervical lymphadenopathy

2.

49 M, leukocytosis. Bone marrow biopsy

1.

51 F, SLE and anemia. Bone marrow biopsy

SURGICAL PATHOLOGY

Case List with Diagnosis

   
# Clinical Information
140. 6-month-old boy, left adrenal mass
139. 66 F, an incidental uterine nodule
138. 22 M, an enlarged right testicle
137. 18 F, a thyroid mass
136. 52 F, a right adrenal mass
135. 38 F, a right thyroid nodule
134. 60 F, a thyroid mass
133. 35 F, a left thyroid mass
132. 73 F, a right shoulder mass
131. 16 F, a right adrenal mass
130. 66 M, esophageal mass
129. 75 M, a 19 cm liver mass
128. 65 M, scrotal lesion
127. 68 M, esophageal biopsy for dysphagia
126. 79 F,  a pancreatic cystic lesion.
125. 67 M, colon polyp
124. 75 M, lung mass
123. 56 m, duodenal biopsy
122. 72 M, an adrenal mass
121. 74 M, prostatectomy
120. 66 M, a left renal mass
119. 60 M, HIV+, subcutaneous lesion of the thigh
118. 23 M, a skin lesion of the upper right arm
117. 87 M, left scapula skin lesion
116. 65 M, liver biopsy
115. 54 M, a lung mass
114. 60 M, a lung mass
113. 52 F, a large left kidney mass
112. 47 F, a left breast mass
111. 31 F, a right thyroid nodule
110. 52 M, small intestine tumor
109. 71 M, an esophageal mass
108. 56 F, a renal mass
107. 34 F, a right posterior thigh mass
106. 55 M, a soft tissue mass of left arm
105. 20 M, a testicular mass.
104. 59 M, bilateral parotid gland masses
103. 62 M, lung mass
102. 69 M, lung mass
101. 83 F, several right inner thigh skin lesions
100. 38 M, a brain tumor
99. 74 m, nasal septum biopsy
98. 52 F, a left thyroid mass
97. 53 M, a thyroid mass with cervical lymphadenopathy
96. 33 M, nasal mass and cervical lymph node biopsy
95. 50 M, a left thyroid mass
94. 42 F, a parotid nodule
93. 52 F, a kidney mass
92. 29 F, a parotid gland mass
91. 66 M, a testicular mass
90. 51 M, a parotid mass
89. 75 F, a kidney mass
88. 48 F, gastric biopsy
87. 34 M, a parotid gland mass
86. 57 F, a pancreatic mass
85. 58 F, a skin lesion of the scalp
84. 33 F, a pancreatic mass
83. 90 F, a skin lesion of the scalp
82. 58 F, a breast lesion
81. 47 F, an incidental ovarian nodule
80. 73 F, an incident lesion in gallbladder
79. 48 F, ileocecal valve lesion
78. 82 F, endometrial biopsy
77. 46 M, a giant right adrenal mass
76. 65 M, a right kidney tumor
75. 72 M, parathyroid lesion
74. 15 F, several upper and lower chest skin lesions
73. 64 M, prostate needle core biopsies
72. 72 M, colon biopsy.
71. 74 F, abdominal pain and watery diarrhea. Colon biopsy
70 55 M, rectal biopsy
69. 45 M, soft tissue tumor of right anterior thigh
68. 46 M, gastric biopsy
67. 68 M, colon tumor
66. 82 M, renal mass
65. 60 F, soft tissue mass of right leg
64. 77 F,  right breast tumor
63. 38 F, an incidental finding in the lateral aspect of the uterine cervix
62. 49 F, temporal artery biopsy
61. 40 M, multiple subcutaneous nodules of the chest and abdomen
60. 40 F, left femoral tumor
59. 60 M, a suprasellar mass
58. 71 M, prostate lesion
57. 76 M, pleural biopsy
56. 44 M, a right epididymal mass
55. 41 M, a testicular mass
54. 72 M, duodenal nodule biopsy
53. 69 M, adrenal lesion
52. 63 M, an adrenal mass
51. 61 M, an adrenal mass
50. 51 M, a pancreatic mass
49. 76 M, spleen lesion
48. 34 M, a solid testicular mass
47. 19 F, a mass within the gland of Zuckerkandl
46. 62 M. Pancreatic lesion. Autopsy
45. 62 M. Cavitary lesions in the lung. Autopsy
44. 33 F, right knee joint mass.
43. 27 M, a tumor in the proximal tibia
42. 44 F, a distal pancreatic mass
41. 86 F, brain tumor
40.

68 F, left knee bone tumor

39.

65 F, a 5.0 cm tumor in the left tibia

38.

79 M, a 4.0 cm subcutaneous soft tissue mass in his right thigh

37.

42 F, a retroperitoneal mass

36.

44 F, right breast lumpectomy

35.

59 M, gastroesophageal junction biopsy

34.

68 F, a 3.5 cm mass of the pancreatic head

33.

70 F, a large solid and cystic pancreatic tumor

32.

70 M, a 3.0cm right lung mass

31.

63 M, a  bone tumor within his left middle finger

30.

79 F, a large soft tissue mass of left leg

29.

65 M, a 4.0cm left hilar mass of lung

28.

43 F, a retroperitoneal soft tissue mass

27.

13 M, multiple lesions in the left proximal humerus

26.

15 M, a left chest wall soft tissue lesion

25.

66 M, a large anterior mediastinal mass

24.

64 F, a 1.5 cm nodule within the right upper lobe of lung

23.

34 M, distal esophageal biopsy

22.

78 F, a right breast mass

21.

82 F, a cavitary lesion of left breast

20.

53 M, soft tissue mass in his right calf

19.

50 F, soft tissue mass within her posterior neck

18.

64 M, renal mass

17.

86 F, renal mass

16.

74 M, cystic pancreatic mass

15.

47 F, HIV+, non-healing pneumonia

14.

56 F, dura-based brain mass

13.

54 F, pancreatic mass

12.

47 F, thyroid nodule

11.

56 M, distal ileum mass

10.

9 M, right post shoulder mass

9.

57 M, left elbow skin lesion

8.

56 F, multiple mesenteric implants

7.

72 M, skin lesion on his left upper arm

6.

45 M, HIV+, multiple skin lesions on his legs

5.

64 F, skin lesion from her left fore arm

4.

67 M, an ulcerated skin lesion on his right foot

3.

62 M, renal mass biopsy

2.

73 F, right breast mass

1.

69 F, renal pelvis mass with destructive lesions of left ileum

   
 

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