Case Histories for the Meeting of Monday, July 7th, 2008
SB 5181 Ankur Sangoi, M.D. Stanford University Medical Center (WEB CASE)
50 yr old male with history of chronic synovitis of knee undergoes synovial biopsy.
SB 5182 Shaku Nagpal, M.D. and Gloria Yu, M.D. O’Connor Hospital (WEB CASE)
76 yr old female with anemia undergoes upper endoscopy to investigate possible malabsorption. Esophageal and duodenal biopsies are performed. Microscopic images are from the esophageal biopsy.
SB 5183 Teri Longacre, M.D., Stanford University Medical Center (SHS-07-50134)
61 yr old woman presented with epigastric pain was found on upper endoscopy to have a 4 cm submucosal mass in the gastric cardia, extending into the GE junction.
SB 5184 Sudha Rao, M.D. Los Gatos Community Hospital (G08-315)
16 yr old girl presents with a mobile non-tender breast mass.
SB 5185 Shaku Nagpal, M.D. and Gloria Yu, M.D. O’Connor Hospital (S08-1789)
42 yr old woman with progressively enlarging breast mass measuring 6 cm.
SB 5186 Joe Rabban, M.D., UCSF Medical Center (zs08-2755)
22 yr old female with a 7 cm solid ovarian mass incidentally found during work-up for amenorrhea.
SB 5187 Peter Benson, M.D., San Mateo Coroner’s Office (08-01)
15 yr old female presented with headache, shortness of breath and arm pain. She is found dead hours later.
SB 5188 Justin Cuff, M.D., Stanford Medical Center (SHS-08-5272)
79 yr old female undergoing CABG was found to have a 4 cm mediastinal nodule.
SB 5189 David Berkeley, M.D., Good Samaritan Hospital (S08-986)
75 yr old male with a 10 cm right renal mass. Cut section revealed marked calcification.
SB 5190 Mahendra Ranchod, M.D., Good Samaritan Hospital (OP-02-2959)
31 yr old male with a 3.5 cm skin nodule of the left arm.
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Position sought:Laurel Waters MD, FCAP, FASCP, Board Certified Anatomic, Clinical & Pediatric Pathology & Nuclear Medicine. Cell (925) 457-3664; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curriculum vitae received:Hejin Paek Hahn, M.D. Dept of Pathology—Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA (617) 525-5787.
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