Clinical Pathology - Quiz Section Solution with Explanation- Quiz 5

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Clinical Pathology - Quiz Section Solution with Explanation- Quiz 5

This is a unique clinical case series based quiz run by Dr Shagun Mehta ( MD , Path )- Creator of Pathology Bytes

•Wright’s stain demonstrates tumor cells with vacuolated cytoplasm.

• Oil red O stain shows numerous orange-red dot-like deposits within the cytoplasmic vacuoles

•Wright’s stain demonstrates tumor cells with vacuolated cytoplasm.

• Oil red O stain shows numerous orange-red dot-like deposits within the cytoplasmic vacuoles.

•Non specific esterase- predominantly stains monocytes

• Chloroacetate esterase and MPO - predominantly stains cells of myeloid series

Burkitts lymphoma is characterised by diffuse, monotonous proliferation of lymphoma cells along with tingible body macrophages forming a “starry sky appearance “ or a “ moth eaten appearance”

The cytoplasmic vacuoles of the lymphoma cells contain lipid which will give a positive Oil Red O reaction

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