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Diagnostics Clinical care, Histology

Case of the Month

A male smoker in his 60s presented with a lung mass. Lobectomy was performed following a core biopsy that showed adenocarcinoma.

What is your diagnosis?

a. Chronic bronchiolitis
b. Respiratory bronchiolitis
c. Constrictive bronchiolitis
d. Cellular bronchiolitis

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Answer to March's Case of the Month...

A. WAGR

This photo shows the characteristic features of a Wilms tumor, which may occur as part of several congenital syndromes including WAGR (Wilms tumor, aniridia, genitourinary anomalies, and mental retardation), a syndrome involving mutations of the WT-1 gene.

Submitted by Ivan Damjanov, The University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, USA.

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