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Category Archives: Pathology
Autopsy of an infant who died on his second day of life reveals fuse cerebral hemispheres. The midline forebrain fissure is completely absent. Other abnormalities include the presence of a single ventricle, fused basal ganglia, and absent olfactory nerves. This … Continue reading
The small, vascular bright-red, papular lesions shown on the image are called cherry hemangiomas and are the most common being vascular tumors in adults. Cherry hemangiomas appear during the most common benign vascular tumors in adults. Cherry hemangiomas appear during … Continue reading