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Fluids

Fluids Cases

Authors: Juan Xing, MD1, and Walid Khalbuss, MD, PhD2

1. Pathology, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA; and  2. Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA

Reviewer: Ritu Nayar, MD Northwestern University, USA

Case 1
A 57 year old man presented with chronic neutrophilia of unknown etiology together with chest pain and bilateral pleural effusions. Pleural fluid cytology was submitted for cytological evaluation. The virtual slide and 4 static images are provided. The virtual slide is a DQ-stained cytospin

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Case 2
A 51-year-old woman presented ascites and abdominal pain. Peritoneal fluid was submitted for cytological evaluation. The virtual slide and 4 static images are provided. The virtual slide provided is a Pap-stained cytospin.


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Case 3
A 69-year-old man with no history of malignancy presented with short of breath and found to have left pleural effusion. Pleural fluid was submitted for cytological evaluation. The virtual slide and 4 static images are provided. The virtual slide provided is a Pap-stained cytospin.


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Case 4
A 73-year-old non-smoker man with no history of malignancy presented with pleural effusion. Pleural fluid was submitted for cytological evaluation. The virtual slide and 4 static images are provided. The virtual slide provided is a Pap-stained cytospin


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Case 5
A 48-year-old man with renal disease presented with shortness of breath and bilateral pleural effusions. Pleural fluid was submitted for cytological evaluation. The virtual slide and 4 static images are provided. The virtual slide provided is a Pap-stained cytospin.


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Case 6
A 54-year-old woman with no prior history of malignancy presented with a large cecal mass, ascites and bilateral pleural effusions. Pleural fluid was submitted for cytological evaluation. The virtual slide and 4 static images are provided. The virtual slide provided is a Pap-stained cytospin.


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