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A Tissue Slide after My Own Heart

Our image of the month comes from Laura J. Tafe, Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire, US.

“In pathology, there are so many things to see, you just have to be willing to see them.”

Laura shared a photo collage of H&E and negative (green) images of tissue hearts via X (formerly known as Twitter), of glandular epithelium and blood vessels sourced from GYN, thoracic, and head and neck areas during her work in anatomic pathology. Laura enjoys sharing her love of visual aesthetics in the form of artwork and histology images on social media.

“The visual aspect of anatomic pathology is a huge part of what attracted me to the field in the first place. It truly is a wonderful part of anatomic pathology.”

You can find Laura @LJTafeMD here

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