Atlas of Spleen Pathology
The spleen is an organ which has diverse functions including immunologic and hematologic. The Atlas of Spleen Pathology describes and selectively illustrates the normal and pathologic conditions that afflict the spleen. This extraordinary collection of high quality digital images will materially aid in continuing efforts to recognize, understand, and accurately interpret the gross and light microscopic findings in spleens.
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1 Normal Morphologic and Immunohistochemical Findings and Hyperplasias
2 Congenital Malformations and Abnormalities of Spleen Location and Histology
3 Lymphoid Neoplasms
4 Myeloid and Related Disorders
5 Nonhematopoietic Lesions Including Vascular
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abnormal lymphocytes angiosarcoma appearance areas Atlanta B-cell lymphoma bizarre stromal cells capsule carcinoma Castleman disease CD20 stain cellular chromatin cyst diffuse large B-cell example Farhi follicle follicular dendritic cell Follicular lymphoma Gaucher disease germinal center granular lymphocytic leukemia granulomas Gross image Hairy cell leukemia hamartoma hamartoma with bizarre hemangioma Hepatosplenic T-cell lymphoma High magnification High-magnification image histiocytosis hyperplasia Image courtesy image of spleen infarction infection infectious mononucleosis Inflammatory pseudotumor Intermediate magnification large B-cell lymphoma large granular lymphocytic Low-magnification image lymphoid lymphoma Fig macrophages mantle cell lymphoma marginal zone marginal zone lymphoma mast cells Metastatic necrosis neoplasms normal spleen normal splenic parenchyma O’Malley pale PALS regions Pathology plasma cells present Primary myelofibrosis rare red blood cells red pulp red pulp Fig seen splenic cords splenic hamartoma splenic marginal zone splenic red pulp syndrome Systemic mastocytosis T-cell large granular tissue typical vascular spaces white pulp white pulp nodules white pulp structures