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New Year. New Skills.

I do not recall if it was an email or if I saw it on the ASCP website, but the byline caught my attention: New Year. 1,224 more words


Why Don't NSAIDs Cause Malignancy?

Do topical NSAIDs increase the risk of skin cancer? After all, NSAIDs dampen inflammation and immune suppression is a factor that can promote malignancy. The answer is no! 151 more words


Exploring Egocentrism: Pathological Tendencies of the Human Mind

In an epoch where selfishness pervades the land, the use of reason is seriously waning, the value of critical thought is fading, and mendacity has become almost normalized, this piece offers you new vocabulary words to understand what’s at the core of the aforementioned: egocentrism. 239 more words

Cultural Commentary

Marion E. Smart, DVM, PhD

Title: Retired Professor

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Marion E. Smart, Retired Professor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Clinical Veterinary Pathology.

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Medical Educator

“Green Smoothie” Oxalate Nephropathy

A recent AJKD Teaching Case by Makkapati et al describes a 65-year-old patient with Roux-en-Y gastric bypass who developed acute kidney injury (AKI) in the setting of a 10-day “green smoothie cleanse.“ 276 more words


INCLUSION BODY (Very important topic for NEET PG/AIIMS-PG/JIPMER Aspirants)


A) Intra Cytoplasmic:

Rabies — Negri bodies  

Small pox — Gaurnier bodies

Molluscum Contagiosum — Henderson Roterson bodies

Fowl pox — Bollinger bodies   367 more words


2018's Primal Necessity

It’s 2018 and the world is a confusing place. As technology develops and elevates us to higher levels of abstraction and efficiency we are shifting our focus to the cloud and away from our physical surroundings. 255 more words