Case Histories for the Meeting of December 1st, 2008
SB 5231 Josh Sickel, M.D. El Camino Hospital (WEBCASE)
Middle aged male with a painful swollen elbow undergoes olecranon bursectomy.
SB 5232 Helen Bailey, M.D. and Yunn-Yi Chen, M.D., UCSF Medical Center (WEBCASE)
22 yr old woman with a history of ovarian PNET at 15 yrs of age, presents with a palpable mass in the right breast. MRI studies reveal two masses and an area of enhancement in the left breast. Core biopsy of the right breast showed invasive ductal carcinoma. The submitted images are from a core biopsy of the MRI-enhancing lesion in the left breast.
SB 5233 Sanjay Kakar, M.D. UCSF Medical Center (S06-13159)
11 week old infant with a 6 cm gastric tumor (**please refer to SB case # 5225)
SB 5234 Dawn Darbonne, M.D., Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (S08-3805)
23 yr old male with a left breast nipple mass.
SB 5235 Harris Goodman, M.D., Alameda County Medical Center (S08-4108)
41 yr old HIV-positive male with interstitial lung disease.
SB 5236 Jeff Simko, M.D., UCSF Medical Center (S08-5537)
35 yr old male with an 8 cm kidney mass.
SB 5237 Ankur Sangoi, M.D. and Jesse McKenney, M.D., Stanford Medical Center(S08-5514) 66 yr old female with a kidney tumor.
SB 5238 Andrew Horvai, M.D. , UCSF Medical Center (S08-9690)
23 yr old male with a left shoulder soft tissue mass. The patient has a history of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, in remission since 2005.
SB 5239 Elise Rosen-Levin, M.D., O’Connor Hospital (S080-5813)
69 yr old male with axillary and mediastinal lymphadenopathy.
SB 5240 Thomas Colby, M.D. Mayo Clinic (TV03-246)
67 yr old male with urinary obstruction secondary to BPH. During the clinical work-up he was found to have pulmonary infiltrates/consolidation ultimately leading to a lobectomy with lymphadenectomy.
Crespelli Zucci (crepes)
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JOSH SICKEL, M.D.
REGISTRAR, SOUTH BAY PATHOLOGY SOCIETY
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