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Benign Neoplasm and Teratoma – Neoplasia

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Benign Neoplasm and Teratoma – Neoplasia by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Cellular Pathology: Basic Principles.


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    1. Large size
    2. Well demarcated
    3. Slow growing
    4. Well differentiated
    5. Resembles normal tissue
    1. Well demarcated benign neoplasms.
    2. Benign neoplasms of adipocyte origin.
    3. Neoplasms with a connecting stalk.
    4. Benign neoplasms that are likely to become malignant.
    5. Benign neoplasms of the colon.
    1. Colon
    2. Towards the midline
    3. Pineal gland
    4. Anterior mediastinum
    5. Ovary/testes
    1. Teratoma
    2. Lipoma
    3. Leiomyoma
    4. Tubular adenoma
    5. Fibroma

    Author of lecture Benign Neoplasm and Teratoma – Neoplasia

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    Importance of knowledge with clinical application.
    By SULBHA S. on 15. September 2018 for Benign Neoplasm and Teratoma – Neoplasia

    I love the clinical application. It makes it so much more exciting to learn and remember because as Dr Carlos Raj points out it's not just memorising. I must say his way of speaking makes it even more exciting :) On a serious note though-mentioning how serious it is to act on dysplasia or when the BM is involved-we should be saying omg, and not looking at him. Looking forward to more lectures-wish he was lecturing the subjects to keep that interest and significance of the subject and our job.