Case Histories for the Meeting of October 6th, 2008
SB 5211 Mahendra Ranchod, M.D. Good Samaritan Hospital (WEBCASE)
53 yr old male with a 7 mm smooth-surfaced nodule in the medial canthus of the left eye.
SB 5212 Ankur Sangoi, M.D. Stanford Medical Center (WEB CASE)
38 yr old male with solid mass attached to the tunica of testicle.
SB 5213 Joe Rabban, M.D. UCSF Medical Center (zs08-3740; gross photo on website)
43 yr old woman with a 3.5 cm fungating exophytic vulvar mass. HIV positive.
SB 5214 Josh Sickel, M.D. El Camino Hospital (S08-294; gross photo on website)
51 yr old female with episodic bouts of hypoglycemia presents with a 15 cm right ovarian mass.
SB 5215 Sanjay Kakar, M.D. UCSF Medical Center (SP07-4364)
70 yr old male with chronic hepatitis C and a 5 cm liver mass.
SB 5216 Sanjay Kakar, M.D. UCSF Medical Center (SP07-4780)
72 yr old male with a 5 cm inguinal mass.
SB 5217 Chandra Krishnan, M.D. Stanford Medical Center (SHS-08-26630)
61 yr old female with recurrent, cavitary supraclavicular mass.
SB 5218 Josh Sickel, M.D. El Camino Hospital (S00-12463)
53 yr old male with an 8 cm abdominal wall mass.
SB 5219 Ivan Damjanov, M.D., PhD. U Kansas Medical Center (S08-9614)
Middle-aged male with painful femur. Radiologic studies show a metaphyseal-diaphyseal lesion with features of a destructive cartilaginous neoplasm.
SB 5220 Ivan Damajanov, M.D., PhD. U Kansas Medical Center (S08-9809)
Middle aged female with hypertension and elevated catecholamines. At surgery, an 11 cm. right adrenal mass (460 g) is excised. Regional lymph nodes are grossly involved by tumor.
Message to South Bay members:Please bring in cases to the next meeting! Any old pill bottles and caps from previous mailings would also be greatly appreciated.
Laurel Waters MD, FCAP, FASCP, Board Certified Anatomic, Clinical & Pediatric Pathology & Nuclear Medicine. Cell (925) 457-3664; email@example.com.
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