Numerous pathology colleagues have shared some of their interesting cases with us on WebPathology. We are grateful for their generosity. Each contribution is acknowledged in the image caption. We would especially like to thank the following pathologists for their numerous images.
Dr. Sanjay D. Deshmukh has been a diagnostician, teacher and mentor for more than 34 years in pathology departments at several hospitals and medical colleges in Maharashtra, India. He is currently Professor of Pathology at Dr. Vithalrao Vikhe Patil Foundation’s Medical College & Hospitals, Ahmednagar, India. His areas of interest include oncopathology, hematopathology, and cytopathology. Dr. Deshmukh has published more than 70 papers.
Ibrahim Zardawi, MD, is all-rounder retired senior pathologist who has worked on four continents as pathologist, educator, researcher, administrator and mentor. He was also Honorary Professor at several Australian Universities. His qualifications include, MBBS and MS (Pathology) from University of Baghdad, Iraq; FRCP (Great Britain), FRCP (Australasia), Fellow of the International Academy of Cytology, Diploma in Cytopathology (Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia), & Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Science (Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia). His peers call him “the Pathologist who loves the bit on the slide” because of his passion for pathology. He photographed most cases that came his way and has a huge collection of images. He considers Pathology as the Mother and Backbone of Medicine and that is why he wants everyone to see “Medicine through the glass slide.”
Jean-Christophe Fournet, MD, PhD, Paris, FRANCE.
Katharina Glatz-Krieger, MD, University of Basel, Basel, SWITZERLAND.
Ed Uthman, MD, Houston, Texas, USA.
Frank Gaillard, MBBS, Radiology Consultant, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA.
Piero Picci, MD, Director, Laboratory of Experimental Oncology, Instituto Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna, ITALY.
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