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Diagnosis of Pathology Quiz Cases 1 to 4

Dr  Sampurna Roy  MD                                       





Case 1 -

Diagnosis:   A case of Giardiasis. The duodenal mucosa is normal.  Arrows pointing to Giardia Lamblia.

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Case 2 -

Diagnosis :    Arrows pointing to Strongyloid Stercoralis larvae in the duodenal biopsy.


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Case 3 - 

Diagnosis:  A case of schistosomiasis. Arrow pointing to schistosome in the lamina propria of the duodenal biopsy.   

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Case 4 - 

Diagnosis:  This is a duodenal adenomyoma. Histologically the polyp consists of epithelial ducts of varying size surrounded by smooth muscle. The duct epithelium is composed of uniform tall columnar to cuboidal cells.  There is no cytological atypia or abnormal mitotic activity. The absense of cytological atypia and desmoplastic stroma together with presence of smooth muscle strands around the ducts helps in ruling out well-differentiated adenocarinoma.







Dr  Sampurna Roy  MD

Consultant  Histopathologist (Kolkata - India)











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