[Histonet] De-differentiated tumor vs. Radiation effect
Kemlo.Rogerson <@t> waht.swest.nhs.uk
Wed Sep 23 02:30:35 CDT 2009
Used to report cervical cytology post radiation; many of the cells were
extremely bizarre and to my mind looked malignant. Fraid I coped out and
reported them as 'abnormal cells present in a post radiation smear,
malignancy cannot be excluded'. These changes lasted for many years
until they settled down to give a normal looking 'post menopausal
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Subject: [Histonet] De-differentiated tumor vs. Radiation effect
One of our pathologist has some IHC results that is a bit confusing...
Patient had previous Squamous cell Ca of the lung... had long courses of
radiation and Chemo...eventually died...
At autopsy, the tumor looks much more primitive and bizarre than
before... radiation effect, etc...
Are the any published papers that have looked at the effects of
radiation on pre and post IHC staining.... Any help would be
Robert L. Lott, HTL(ASCP) / Manager, Anatomic Pathology
Trinity Medical Center/ LabFirst/ 800 Montclair Road / Birmingham, AL
35213 / 205-592-5388
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