Chapter 10. Neoplastic Disease. Learning Objectives (1 of 2). Compare benign versus malignant tumors; discuss naming of tumors and exceptions to standard terminology Summarize principal types of lymphoma
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Characteristic appearance of Reed Sternberg cells.
Cystic teratoma (dermoid cyst) of ovary. Sternberg cells.
Large bulky teratoma of the sacral region in a female infant Sternberg cells.
Chronic lymphocyctic leukemia leukemia
Chronic granulocytic leukemia leukemia
Photomicrograph illustrating aspirated bone marrow from a patient with multiple myeloma
A skull x-ray from a patient with multiple myeloma patient with multiple myeloma
Photomicrograph of Pap smear, illustrating a cluster of abnormal cells from in situ carcinoma of cervix
Normal cervical stratified squamous epithelium abnormal cells from in situ carcinoma of cervix
In situ carcinoma of cervix abnormal cells from in situ carcinoma of cervix
Continuing mortality from breast carcinoma after mastectomy, as a result of late occurrence of carcinoma