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A 61-year-old female with systemic lupus erythematosus presented with a three-week fever, hypoxia, and hypotension – but what’s your diagnosis?
We speak to Harsh Mohan about pathology education in India and his work on the renowned Textbook of Pathology
The second part in our series of weird and wonderful medical terms and diagnoses that you probably weren't aware of
Pallavi A. Patil,
Christopher D.M. Fletcher
In an interview with Pallavi A. Patil, Christopher D.M. Fletcher discusses what he has learned over a 35-year-long career in pathology
A 61-year-old woman presents with a 1 cm left postauricular mass. Can you diagnose May’s case?
A collection of weird and wonderful medical terms and diagnoses that you probably weren't aware of
It's tempting to use broad-range molecular assays to diagnose infectious disease, but a target-specific assay is often better
How the pathologist’s service to a patient is a rare example of an unbiased approach to healthcare – and life
We interview Sarah Garner to learn how she became a pathologists’ assistant and what the profession involves on a typical day
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