By Syed Z. Ali MD, Dorothy L. Rosenthal MD, Tehmina Z. Ali MD, Jonathan I. Epstein MD
The Atlas of Urinary Cytopathology is a generously illustrated and simple quantity that serves as a table reference and a pragmatic advisor within the diagnostically demanding are of urinary cytopathology. The textual content is made from 500 high-resolution colour pictures that completely illustrate the $64000 elements of the cytopathology of urinary tract affliction. entire assurance of urinary cytopathology is equipped; as well as complete assurance of non-neoplastic lesions, benign and borderline neoplasms and urothelial carcinoma, chapters comprise common cytology, unusual fundamental neoplasms, higher urinary tract lesions, and metastatic and secondary cancers. chosen photographs of the histopathologic features of the lesions also are incorporated for morphologic correlation, making this article appealing to either cytopathologists and surgical pathologists. Nationally well-known specialists in urinary cytopathology and histopathology offer authoritative research of each element of urinary cytopathologic research
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This is a common ﬁnding and is believed to occur secondary to a local inﬂammatory insult, recent or in the past, or it could be a normal morphologic variant. This image is from the renal pelvis and shows ﬂorid proliferation of von Brunn’s nests, a process which mimics the nested variant of a urothelial carcinoma. Some of the features to look for are the nests composed of similar appearing cells as the surface, having a ﬂat noninﬁltrative base or lobular appearance (H&E stain, low power). 9 — Florid proliferation of von Brunn’s nests, histologic section.
43 — Instrumented urine. Abundant lubricant material as a result of instrumentation is seen in this urine. This should not be confused with corpora amylacea, psammoma bodies, parasite eggs, or other foreign body material. Abundant lubricant, as seen here, may obscure cells, hampering cytologic evaluation (Papanicolaou stain, low power). Atlas of Urinary Cytopathology Cystoscopic Characteristics of Urinary Tract Lesions 2 • Normal Urinary Tract • Bladder Diverticula • Calculus Disease • Cystitis Toby C.
29 — Larger stone in the bladder, lower right panel shows several “divots” in stone from laser fragmentation. 30 — Suture material in the bladder with stone encrustation; suture was from a suburethral sling surgery performed for stress urinary incontinence. 31 — Bullous edema of the bladder. 32 — Cystitis glandularis of the bladder. 33 — Chronic cystitis with friable urothelium and bleeding. 34 — Four panels from the same bladder. Arrows depict areas of focal inﬂammatory changes with hyperemia.
Atlas of Urinary Cytopathology With Histopathologic Correlations by Syed Z. Ali MD, Dorothy L. Rosenthal MD, Tehmina Z. Ali MD, Jonathan I. Epstein MD