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Inflammatory Liposarcoma

An inflammatory liposarcoma. The adjoining fatty type tissue has the diagnosis! No stains needed. Would be different were the diagnostic stuff not in the specimen.

Case provided by Dr. Elizabeth Montgomery, Professor of Pathology and Vice Chair of Anatomic Pathology at the University of Miami, and Editor-In-Chief at Innovative Science Press. You can also check out her Soft Tissue and GI Survival Guides as well as our new titles at:


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Jan 15, 2022

With five Saturdays of Big 12 regular season left, the race for who will play Oklahoma in the Big 12 Bullshit Rematch Bowl is still quite up in the air, but that's not going to stop us from pontificating on it just a bit as it seems there is SOME clarity at this point in the competition.For the sake of simplicity, I'm going to avoid discussing what would happen if we ended up with a scrum of teams tied for one spot with three losses. While that is a possibility and not one that is that far out of reach, I'm pretty confident that both participants will have two or fewer blemishes on their conference resume. As I…

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