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The article collects '''ditzels''', which are, in the context of [[pathology]], little specimens that are typically one or two slides and usually of little interest.<ref>{{Ref TPoSP|37}}</ref>
 
The article collects '''ditzels''', which are, in the context of [[pathology]], little specimens that are typically one or two slides and usually of little interest.<ref>{{Ref TPoSP|37}}</ref>
  
==Common ditzels==
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==Ditzels==
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===Common===
 
*Hernia sac.
 
*Hernia sac.
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===Neuropathology===
 
*Vertebral disc - see ''[[spine]]''.
 
*Vertebral disc - see ''[[spine]]''.
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===Pediatric===
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*Bands of Ladd.
  
 
==Hernia sac==
 
==Hernia sac==
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*+/-Adipose tissue.
 
*+/-Adipose tissue.
 
*+/-Mesothelial cells.
 
*+/-Mesothelial cells.
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==Bands of Ladd==
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===General===
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*Associated with intestinal malrotation.
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*Removed by ''Ladd's procedure''.
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===Microscopic===
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Features:
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*Benign fibrous tissue.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 07:17, 3 February 2011

The article collects ditzels, which are, in the context of pathology, little specimens that are typically one or two slides and usually of little interest.[1]

Ditzels

Common

  • Hernia sac.

Neuropathology

  • Vertebral disc - see spine.

Pediatric

  • Bands of Ladd.

Hernia sac

General

  • Hernia repair.

Microscopic

Features:

  • Fibrous tissue.
  • +/-Adipose tissue.
  • +/-Mesothelial cells.

Bands of Ladd

General

  • Associated with intestinal malrotation.
  • Removed by Ladd's procedure.

Microscopic

Features:

  • Benign fibrous tissue.

See also

References

  1. Weedman Molavi, Diana (2008). The Practice of Surgical Pathology: A Beginner's Guide to the Diagnostic Process (1st ed.). Springer. pp. 37. ISBN 978-0387744858.