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  • '''Maxilla''' the upper bone that holds the teeth and forms the upper part of the jaws. Pathology of the maxilla:
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  • | Caption = Aneurysmal bone cyst. [[H&E stain]]. | LMDDx = [[giant cell tumour of bone]], [[telangiectatic osteosarcoma]], other [[giant cell lesions]]
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  • ...n aggregate. The resection margins appear smooth. The articular surface of bone shows [moderate/extensive] degeneration of cartilage, (as well as periphera [[Category:Gross pathology]]
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  • ...nt_peripheral_nerve_sheath_tumour_-_high_mag.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Herring bone pattern. ([[MPNST]]). (WC/Nephron)]] '''Herring bone pattern''' is a [[morphologic pattern]] in [[pathology]].
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  • *Articular surface: [smooth/irregular/separated from underlying bone/eburnated]. *Articular surface and underlying bone.
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  • ...ar shapes (often described as "chinese characters"), fibrous tissue around bone, no osteoblastic rimming | Site = [[bone]]
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  • The '''femoral head''' is a common [[ditzel]] in surgical pathology at centres which have orthopaedic surgeons. *Bone (subchondral cysts? subchondral sclerosis?).
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  • '''Heterotopic ossification''' is an uncommon [[pathology]] specimen that may be considered a [[ditzel]]. ...on requires changes to the skeletal muscle microenvironment. | journal = J Bone Miner Res | volume = 26 | issue = 6 | pages = 1166-77 | month = Jun | year
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  • *+/-Bone. - INFLAMED SINONASAL MUCOSA AND BONE.
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  • ...often seen on TV shows. It is used in [[forensic pathology]] and surgical pathology. ...se of short tandem repeat polymorphisms for monitoring chimerism following bone marrow transplantation: a short report. | journal = Hematology | volume = 1
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  • ...cells, +/-nuclear atypia (moderate to severe), +/-synovial hyperplasia, [[bone]] '''Synovial chondromatosis''' is a relative common pathology of the [[joint]]. It is also known as '''synovial osteochondromatosis'''.
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  • # Sclerotic bone lesions. ==Pathology==
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  • '''Schmorl's node''' is a benign pathology of the vertebral column in which part of the vertebral disc herniates into ...| first6 = Y. | title = The pathogenesis of Schmorl's nodes. | journal = J Bone Joint Surg Br | volume = 85 | issue = 6 | pages = 879-82 | month = Aug | ye
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  • Understanding of '''haematopathology''' is important in [[anatomical pathology]], as '''haematologic malignancies''' are often in the (clinical) different ..., details are covered in the ''[[lymph node]]'' article and ''[[lymph node pathology]]'' article.
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  • *+/-Bone. - BONE WITHOUT APPARENT PATHOLOGY.
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  • | Rads = lytic bone lesion ...itecture with a center of immature bone surrounded by more mature lamellar bone. The central spicules of woven bony trabeculae are lined by a layer of ost
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  • | Image = Bone ChondromyxoidFibroma MP2 CTR.jpg | Site = [[bone]] ([[metaphysis]]) - see ''[[bone tumours]]''
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  • *Pelvic bone: ___x ___x ___ cm. ...urethral orifice, lower 1/3 of urethra, vagina, anal canal, rectum, pelvic bone.
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  • ...ceus''' (also spelled '''foetus papyraceus''') is a finding in [[placental pathology]]. **Bone.
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  • **Post-polycythemic ("spent") phase: Ineffective hematopoiesis, bone marrow fibrosis. *Many megakaryocytes in bone marrow section.
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