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Click the tissue name or diagnosis for the virtual slide.

  1. Lactating breast (physiologic hyperplasia)
  2. Normal breast
  3. Enlarged heart, cardiac muscle
  4. Normal heart (cardiac muscle)
  5. Atrophic skeletal muscle
  6. A: Gastric antrum and fundus with Goblet cell metaplasia.    B: Gastroesophageal junction with goblet cell metaplasia.
  7. Lung with oseos metaplasia of the bronchial cartilage
  8. Liver with large droplet fatty change (steatosis)
  9. Coagulative necrosis of mediastinal germ cell tumor after chemotherapy
  10. Liquifactive necrosis in the lung
  11. Fat necrosis of abdominal adhesions
  12. Cholesterol clefts in submucosal vessels in ileum
  13. Hemosiderin in thrombotic material
  14. Lung, fibrious pleuritis
  15. Appendix, suppurative appendicitis
  16. Axilla, hidradinitis supprativa
  17. Pilonidal cyst abscess
  18. Stomach, superficial ulcer
  19. Uterus, chronic endometritis, follicular endometritis and adenomyosis
  20. Urinary bladder, eosinophilic cystitis
  21. Abdominal fatty tissue, giant cells and foreign body reaction
  22. Hernia tissues, foreign body granulomas to surgical mesh material
  23. Mediastinal lymph node, non-caseating, epithelioid granulomas (sarcoid)
  24. Earlobe, keloid
  25. Lung, pulmonary edema
  26. Liver, chronic passive congestion
  27. Spleen, fibrocongestive splenomegaly, early
  28. Brain, right basal ganglia, hemorrhage
  29. Anterior mediastinum, hemorrhage into periaortic fatty tissue secondary to tear of ascending aorta
  30. Spleen, recanalized thrombus of splenic artery
  31. Pulmonary artery, thromboembolus
  32. Lung, small artery, organizing thromboembolus
  33. Abdominal vessel, thromboembolus
  34. Ovary with infarcted mature cystic teratoma, due to torsion
  35. Lung, hemorrhagic infarction
  36. Thyroid, Hashimoto's thyoiditis
  37. Lymph node, granuloma, tuberculosis
  38. Skin, Kaposi sarcoma in AIDS
  39. A. Lung , Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia.   B. Lung, silver staing, Pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia.
  40. Heart, amyloidosis
  41. Leiomyoma, uterus (smooth muscle tumor)
  42. Squamous cell carcinoma, lung
  43. Papillary serous cystadenocarcinoma, ovary
  44. Benign tubulovillous adenoma, colon
  45. Adenocarcinoma
  46. Pleomorphic adenoma (benign mixed tumor), salivary gland
  47. Hamartoma, lung
  48. Small cell undifferentiated carcinoma, lung
  49. Severe squamous cell dysplasia, uterine cervix
  50. Metastatic adenocarcinoma, bone
  51. Fibroadenoma, breast
  52. Capillary hemangioma, skin
  53. Helicobacter pylori, control slide, Giemsa stain
  54. Emphysema, lung
  55. A: Cirrhosis of liver   B:  Cirrhosis of liver
  56. Chronic interstitial pneumonia secondary to asbestos
  57. A: Radiation effect, skin     B:  Radiation effect, cervix
  58. Solar elastosis, skin
  59. Molluscum contagiosum, skin
  60. HPV infection, cervix
  61. I don't see a slide 61, but there is a reference to 134.
  62. CMV colitis
  63. Staphylococcal pneumonia
  64. Streptococcal pneumonia
  65. Acid fast bacilli, control slide, Ziehl-Neesen stain
  66. Pseudomembranous colitis, colon
  67. A. Candida, infant colonB. GMS stain, Candida              C. Malaria, blood smear
  68. African trypanosomaisis
  69. A:  Enterobius vermicularis, appendix and B: omental nodule
  70. Intimal hyperplasia, small arterial vessel
  71. Pseudoaneurysm of heart;  71A, Aortic dissection
  72. Giant cell arteritis
  73. Polyarteritis nodosa:  Bowel 1Bowel 2Heart, Skeletal muscle
  74. A: cavernous hemangioma liver and B: cavernous and mixed hemangioma of skin
  75. Low grade, cutaneous angiosarcoma, skin
  76. Myocardial infarction ~48 hours old
  77. Myocardial infarction ~10 days and one month
  78. A :Rheumatic heart disease B: Rheumatic heart disease
  79. Staphylococcus aureus endocarditis on cardiac valve
  80. Atrial myxoma
  81. A: Hyaline membrane disease and B: Diffuse alveolar damage
  82. A:   Asthma   B: Asthma
  83. Bronchiectasis
  84. Malignant mesothelioma
  85. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis
  86. Respiratory bronchiolitis
  87. Pulmonary hypertension
  88. Aspiration pneumonia
  89. Histoplasmosis, lung
  90. Coccidiomycosis, lung
  91. Squamous cell carcinoma
  92. Bronchial carcinoid
  93. Horseshoe kidney, 36 week fetus
  94. Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease
  95. Diabetic nodular glomerular sclerosis (Kimmelstiel-Willson disease)
  96. Papillary necrosis, kidney
  97. Hypertensive nephrosclerosis
  98. Angiolipoma
  99. A: Renal cell carcinoma    BInvasion of renal vein
  100. Cystitis glandularis, urinary bladder
  101. Low grade papillary urothelial carcinoma without invasion, ureter
  102. Invasive high grade urothelial carcinoma (T3b), urinary bladder
  103. Small cell undifferentiated carcinoma (T3a) uninary bladder
  104. High grade leiomyosarcoma, urinary bladder
  105. Giant condyloma of Buschke-Loewenstein with focal carcinoma in-situ
  1. Bowen diseases (squamous cell carcinoma in-situ, penis
  2. Seminoma, testis
  3. Embryonal carcinoma, testis
  4. A: Prostatic adenocarcinoma  B: Prostatic adenocarcinoma
  5. Acute suppurative salpingitis; pyosalpinx
  6. Granulomatous endometritis
  7. Endometriosis of the bowel wall
  8. Endometrrial polyp with simple and complex endometrial hyperplasia, without cytological atypia
  9. Well differentiated endometrial adenocarcinoma, enodmetriod type
  10. Leiomyoma, uterus
  11. Benign serous cystadenoma, ovary
  12. Mucinous cystadenoma, endocervical type, ovary
  13. Mucinous cystadenocarcinoma, intestinal type, ovary
  14. Struma ovarii
  15. Granulosa cell tumor, ovary
  16. Fibroma (fibrothecoma), ovary
  17. Fetal liver, extramedullary hematopoiesis
  18. Spleen in patient with sickle cell anemia
  19. Spleen in patient with idiopathic thrombocytopenia
  20. Reactive lymph node with germinal centers and tingible body macrophages
  21. Reactive lymph node with sinus hyperplasia
  22. B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small cell lymphoma (CLL/SLL)
  23. Follicular lymphoma
  24. Diffuse large B-Cell lymphoma
  25. Multiple myeloma
  26. Hodgkin lymphoma, nodular sclerosing type
  27. Hodgkin lymphoma, mixed cell type
  28. Reflux esophagitis
  29. Herpes esophagitis
  30. Invasive moderately well to poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma arising in Barrett's esophagus
  31. Inflammatory fibroid polyp of the gastric antrum
  32. Diffuse type gastric adenocarcinoma (signet ring cell adenocarcinoma)
  33. Gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) of the stomach
  34. Pseudomembranous colitis
  35. Necrotizing colitis
  36. Severe collagenous colitis
  37. Celiac disease
  38. Inflammatory bowel disease - Crohn Disease
  39. Inflammatory bowel disease - ulcerative colitis
  40. Colonic diverticulosis
  41. A: Mucin producing, moderately well differentiated colonic adencarcinoma  B: Liver, obstructive jaundice
  42. Liver, Epstein Barr virus infection (infectious mononucleosis with hepatitis)
  43. Liver, acute hepatitis with cholestasis, hepatitis B
  44. Liver, cirrhosis
  45. Liver, alcoholic hepatitis
  46. Gallbladder, cholesterolosis
  47. A: Pancreas, moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma with chronic fibrosing pancreatitis.   B: Lung, infant, pulmonary hyperplasia of right lung secondary to right mainstem atresia
  48. Placenta, acute chorioamnionitis
  49. Placenta, CMV placenta villitis
  50. Cystic fibrosis, lung and pancreas
  51. Medulloblastoma, cerebellum
  52. Wilms' tumor, kidney
  53. Pituitary adenoma
  54. Adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma
  55. Thyroid, multinodular goiter
  56. Thyroid, papillary carcinoma
  57. Thryoglosal duct cyst
  58. Adrenal, pheochromocytoma
  59. Beta-Amyloid angiopathy, brain
  60. Organized lacunar infarction, brain
  61. A:  Alzheimer's disease;   B:   Bielschowsky stain
  62. Parkinson's disease
  63. Low grade fibrillary astocytoma
  64. Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), high grade glial tumor
  65. A: plexiform neurofibroma  B: cutaneous neurofibroma
  66. Benign laryngeal nodule
  67. Benign pleomorphic adenoma of parotid gland
  68. AFlorid proliferative breast disease  B: Florid proliferative breast disease
  69. A: intradductal and infiltrating duct cell carcinoma;           B: skin with tumor in dermal lymphatics; C: metastatic tumor in lymph node
  70. Infiltrating lobular carcinoma
  71. Medullary carcinoma of breast
  72. Intraductal and infiltrating mucinous carcinoma of the breast (colloid carcinoma)
  73. A:  Tubular carcinoma in situ (DCIS); B: Proliferative breast disease and fibrocysic change of the breast
  74. Juvenile fibroadenoma
  75. Gynecomastia
  76. Rheumatoid arthritis: A: synovial panus; B: rheumatoid nodule
  77. Localized nodular tenosynovitis (giant cell tumor of tendon sheath), finger
  78. Angiolipoma, from abdominal wall

Demonstration slides

  1. Edema in inflamed gallbladder
  2. Edema of subserosa in inflamed appendix
  3. Serous inflammation of vulva. 3A: recannalized thrombus of small artery
  4. Mast cell, Giemsa stain
  5. Rabbit skins, Arthus reaction
  6. Transplant kidney, acute cellular reaction
  7. A: CMV pneumonia; B: Acute bacterial meningitis, brain
  8. Tuberculoid leprosy
  9. Congenital syphilis, silver stain, liver
  10. India ink preparation Cryptococcus
  11. Giant cell arteritis
  12. Calcific aortic stenosis
  13. Gormori methenamine silver (GMS) stain for Histoplasmosis
  14. Periodic Acid Schiff (PAS) stain for Histoplasmosis yeast forms
  15. GMS with Blastomycosis yeast forms A: SB05-5694 Adenocarcinoma with focal bronchoalveolar pattern
  16. Sago spleen (amyloidosis) and kidney
  17. Acute tubular necrosis secondary to mercury poisoning, rat kidney

Here are some I'm not sure what they are or where they go.

  1. Step 6 - 68 Cerebellum (there is already a 68 that is supposed to be Trypanosomaisis)
  2. 6 Demo 36
  3. Step 7, slide 127A (slide 127 is listed as CLL/SLL)
  4. Step 7 slide 160 Asterix (slide 160 is currently listed as multinodular goiter of thyroid)
  5. 7 Demo slide 7 
  6. 7 Demo 135
  7. Pathology slide 7A and pathology slide 7B
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