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  • 12:10, 11 April 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405851R-MEDULLOBLASTOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=AFIP405851R- MEDULLOBLASTOMA CNR/Radiology As seen in this MRI study of a vermian lesion, medulloblastomas are contrast-enhancing masses. Diffuse enhancement in the cerebral subarachnoid space (arrows) indicates leptomeni)
  • 12:02, 11 April 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405820M-MEDULLOBLASTOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=AFIP405820M-MEDULLOBLASTOMA CNS/Micro Dense, coarse, and moderately pleomorphic nuclei are common. }} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&fp=/dbih/AFIP/00405820.tif&fmt=jpg&q=100&h=512 |Author=The)
  • 18:51, 5 April 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:406907P-PA-OCULAR.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=EYE AND OCULAR ADNEXA: PILOCYTIC ASTROCYTOMA Orbital tumor causing proptosis}} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&fp=/dbih/AFIP/00406907.tif&fmt=jpg&q=100&h=512 |Author=The Armed Forces Institute)
  • 17:10, 28 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP403613G-THYROID PAPILLARY CARCINOMA METASTATIC TO BRAIN.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=GROSS-THYROID GLAND: THYROID PAPILLARY CARCINOMA METASTATIC TO BRAIN This solitary brain metastasis from thyroid papillary carcinoma resulted in neurologic symptoms. The thyroid primary was clinically occult. (Courtesy of)
  • 17:43, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405714G-MYXOPAPILLARY EPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Myxopapillary ependymomas are soft, gray, discrete masses which almost always arise from the filum terminale. (Courtesy of Dr. E. Michael Scott, Boston, MA.)}} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&f)
  • 17:40, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405736M-EPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=The glial nature of ependymomas is seen well in cytologic preparations which resolve the fine processes emanating from neoplastic cells. The rather dark, somewhat elongated nuclei are typical. Although the eosinophilic cy)
  • 17:38, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405715M-EPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=The dense cellularity of the cellular ependymoma is interrupted by anuclear perivascular fibrillar zones termed perivascular pseudorosettes.}} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&fp=/dbih/AFIP/0040)
  • 17:35, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405713G-EPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Fourth ventricle ependymomas frequently extend out of the ventricle into the subarachnoid space. (Courtesy of Dr. E. Michael Scott, Boston, MA.)}} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&fp=/dbih/AFIP/)
  • 17:26, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405711R-EPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Ependymomas such as this fourth ventricle tumor are discrete and contrast enhancing. (Courtesy of Dr. Frederick B. Askin, Baltimore, MD.)}} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&fp=/dbih/AFIP/0040571)
  • 17:22, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405731M-ANAPLASTIC EPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=The diagnosis of anaplastic ependymoma is based upon high cell density, brisk mitotic activity, and vascular proliferation. Cytologic atypia or necrosis is often seen, but may be observed also in low-grade ependymomas.}} )
  • 17:19, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405730M-ANAPLASTIC EPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Some intraventricular or paraventricular neoplasms exhibit the cellular monotony of ependymoma, but inconspicuous, if any, perivascular pseudorosettes. In such cases, the diagnosis of anaplastic ependymoma may be difficul)
  • 17:15, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405729M-EPENDYMOMA WITH NODULES OF HYPERCELLULARITY.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Arising in the background of many otherwise well-differentiated ependymomas are lobules of increased cell density. In limited number this finding does not justify a diagnosis of anaplastic ependymoma.}} |Source=http://pei)
  • 17:12, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405744M-SUBEPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=The cytologic benignity of most subependymomas is apparent at high magnification of this fourth ventricular lesion. Note the markedly uniform delicate nuclei, relative lack of perinuclear cytoplasm, and the finely fibrill)
  • 17:09, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405743M-SUBEPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Subependymomas of the posterior fossa are highly fibrillar lesions with prominent clustering of nuclei.}} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&fp=/dbih/AFIP/00405743.tif&fmt=jpg&q=100&h=512 |Author=)
  • 16:52, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405742M-SUBEPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Subependymomas of the lateral ventricles are noted for their high degree of fibrillarity and prominent microcystic change. Moderate nuclear pleomorphism is not uncommon and even a rare mitotic figure may be seen.}} |Sourc)
  • 16:43, 21 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP405740R-SUBEPENDYMOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=The uncommon symptomatic subependymoma, such as this example seen on a proton density magnetic resonance image, is a discrete intraventricular mass near the foramen of Monro. (Courtesy of Dr. Stephen A. Goscin, Hollywood,)
  • 18:04, 10 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP00405523M-GLIOBLASTOMA ARISING IN ASTROCYTOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS/Micro: GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME ARISING IN AN ASTROCYTOMA At higher magnification, gemistocytic astrocytoma with microcystic change is apparent at the bottom of the illustration and cellular nodules of glioblastoma mul)
  • 18:01, 10 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP00405522M-GLIOBLASTOMA ARISING IN ASTROCYTOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS/Micro: GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME ARISING IN AN ASTROCYTOMA This spinal cord exhibits both a lightly staining microcystic astrocytoma as well as a darkly staining glioblastoma.}} |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts)
  • 13:30, 10 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:405551M-ANAPLASTIC ASTROCYTOMA .jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Image# 405551 Micro CNS: ANAPLASTIC ASTROCYTOMA Seen at low (left) and high (right) magnification, this degree of cellularity and pleomorphism warrants the diagnosis of anaplastic astrocytoma.}} |Source=http://peir2.path.)
  • 18:16, 9 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:405615R-PA-HYPOTHALAMIC.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Image# 405615 CNS: PILOCYTIC ASTROCYTOMA OF THE HYPOTHALAMIC REGION At this commonly affected site, the contrast-enhancing neoplasm often appears to lie within the third ventricle. Type: Radiology}} |Source=http://peir2.p)
  • 11:16, 8 March 2009 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:405550-Gross-ANAPLASTIC ASTROCYTOMA .jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=Image# 405550- CNS: ANAPLASTIC ASTROCYTOMA As in this specimen from a 40-year-old man with a recent onset of seizures, anaplastic astrocytoma may infiltrate the cerebral cortex to expand and deform gyri.}} |Source=http://)
  • 20:50, 8 October 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405602-Gliosarcoma-Micro.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS: GLIOSARCOMA The glial components of this gliosarcoma are widely dispersed and are identified only by their immunoreactivity for GFAP. Attention to cytologic features is still required for the diagnosis since trapped)
  • 20:43, 8 October 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405601-Gliosarcoma-Micro.jpg ({{Information |Description=CNS: GLIOSARCOMA The mesenchymal component of this gliosarcoma closely resembles malignant fibrous histiocytoma. |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts/acdis.dll?cmd=see&fp=/dbih/AFIP/00405601.tif&fmt=jpg&q=100&h=512 |Date=8)
  • 19:33, 6 October 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405562-GiantCellGlioblastoma-Gross.jpg ({{Information |Description=CNS: GIANT CELL GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME Some glioblastomas, such as this giant cell variant, are discrete firm masses which clinically and radiographically simulate metastatic carcinoma. |Source=http://peir2.path.uab.edu/scripts)
  • 09:59, 24 September 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405589-Glioblastoma-Radiology.jpg ({{Information |Description={{it|1=CNS: RECURRENT GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME Recurrent glioblastomas produce expansile foci of contrast enhancement. These imaging features are nonspecific, however, and may be due to radionecrosis rather than recurrent tumor.})
  • 08:42, 24 September 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405590-Glioblastoma-Radiology.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS: RECURRENT GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME Positron emission tomography resolves this issue in favor of recurrent tumor when an intensely active or "hot" focus of metabolic activity is noted. (Courtesy of Dr. John M. Hoffman,)
  • 12:32, 23 August 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405573-Glioblastoma-Micro.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS: GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME: VARIATIONS IN HISTOLOGIC APPEARANCE The panels illustrate the great histologic and cytologic variation in this most common primary brain tumor. Glandular and ribbon-like epithelial structures)
  • 12:27, 23 August 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405564-Glioblastoma-Micro.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS: GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME: VARIATIONS IN HISTOLOGIC APPEARANCE The panels illustrate the great histologic and cytologic variation in this most common primary brain tumor. (A) shows a frequent pattern with nuclear angul)
  • 12:12, 23 August 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405564-Glioblastoma-Gross.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS: GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME: VARIATIONS IN HISTOLOGIC APPEARANCE The panels illustrate the great histologic and cytologic variation in this most common primary brain tumor. (A) shows a frequent pattern with nuclear angul)
  • 07:43, 2 July 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405558-Glioblastoma-Radiology.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS: GLIOBLASTOMA MULTIFORME As seen here by magnetic resonance imaging, the glioblastoma multiforme usually exhibits a "ring" or "ring-like" zone of contrast enhancement around a dark central area of necrosis.}} |Source=)
  • 11:47, 30 June 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405608 Gliomatosis Cerebri.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=AFIP-00405608 Gliomatosis Cerebri (Micro) CNS: GLIOMATOSIS CEREBRI The cells are often elongated and, while some are hyperchromatic, cytologic malignancy is usually lacking. }} {{it|1=AFIP-00405608 Gliomatosis Cerebri (Mi)
  • 11:41, 30 June 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405607 Gliomatosis Cerebri.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=AFIP-00405607 Gliomatosis Cerebri (Micro) CNS: GLIOMATOSIS CEREBRI The cells are diffusely infiltrative and exhibit angiotropism as well as perineuronal satellitosis. }} {{it|1=AFIP-00405607 Gliomatosis Cerebri (Micro)}} )
  • 11:32, 30 June 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405606 Gliomatosis Cerebri.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=AFIP-00405606 Gliomatosis Carebri (Radiology) CNS: GLIOMATOSIS CEREBRI As is evident in this T2-weighted image, gliomatosis cerebri diffusely involves large regions of the brain, as seen on the right side of the illustrat)
  • 11:26, 30 June 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:AFIP-00405557 Gliomatosis Cerebri.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=AFIP-00405557 Gliomatosis Cerebri (Micro) CNS: GLIOMATOSIS CEREBRI Uniform, somewhat elongated nuclei of intermediate density are typical. Note the incorporated reactive astrocyte at the right with its prominent radiating)
  • 07:38, 12 June 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:405663-PLEOMORPHIC XANTHOASTROCYTOMA.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=PLEOMORPHIC XANTHOASTROCYTOMA As in this computerized tomographic scan, the classic radiographic appearance is one of a superficially situated tumor, here a mural nodule, associated with an underlying cyst.}} {{it|1=PLEOM)
  • 13:04, 5 June 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:405519-DiffuseAstrocytoma.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=405519-FIBRILLARY OR "DIFFUSE" ASTROCYTIC NEOPLASM WITH DIFFERING DEGREES OF DIFFERENTIATION Varying histologic patterns were encountered in the surgical specimen from the case illustrated in figure 3-1: a paucicellular a)
  • 12:31, 1 June 2008 Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) uploaded File:405518-FIBRILLARY OR DIFFUSE ASTROCYTIC NEOPLASM.jpg ({{Information |Description={{en|1=CNS: FIBRILLARY OR "DIFFUSE" ASTROCYTIC NEOPLASM WITH DIFFERING DEGREES OF DIFFERENTIATION A large area of dark magnetic resonance signal representing low-grade astrocytoma is present in the frontal lobe on the left. High)
  • 18:29, 30 May 2008 User account Giovanni Camporeale (talk | contribs) was created automatically