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Pathology training resources on USB coming to your location

This page lists all of the resources that are on USB sticks being sent from Pathology North to key people in PNG, Nepal and Fiji. Additional copies can be provided to postgraduate trainees elsewhere -please contact the site administrator by email (Dr Ferguson).  49 more words

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Skin, ACNE LOVES STRESS

We need stress. It allows for a flight or flight response in an emergency situation, it is motivating and stimulating but the stress levels we are seeing in modern life are excessively high and are a massive factor in the adult acne epidemic that is happening. 327 more words

Aggressive Angiomyxoma - A rare locally aggressive soft tissue tumour

Aggressive angiomyxoma is a locally aggressive mesenchymal tumour. 

This tumour usually occurs in women of reproductive age and is located in the perineal or pelvic region. 47 more words

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Cara wants you to enjoy your college years

“Hi, Im Cara. I am a sophomore studying Communication Science Disorders in hopes to work with people all across the lifespan. The greatest thing about Speech Pathology is that there is such a wide range of people that you can work with. 94 more words

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Life without oxygen - getting started with anaerobic microorganisms

For most of us, culturing bacteria is usually quick and easy. With pre-poured plates, ready-made media, purpose built flasks and shakers that stay within a fraction of a degree of the temperature you set them to, culturing cells on agar or in liquid is almost second nature to microbiologists. 1,064 more words

Microbiology

Myxoinflammatory Fibroblastic Sarcoma: A distinct soft tissue tumour of low-grade malignancy [Pathology Infographic]

Myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma is a rare, painless, and intermediate (rarely metastasizing) fibroblastic tumor, which commonly occurs in the extremities, with an equal sex predilection.

This sarcoma is composed of a mixed inflammatory infiltrate along with spindled, epithelioid, and bizarre tumor cells in a background of hyaline and myxoid areas. 61 more words

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