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FUN CASESfrom our SLIDE CONFERENCES  and from

WHATs YOUR DIAGNOSIS?  column in our newsletter 


 Images are selected from cases in our files and usually were included in a recent Comparative Pathology Slide conference.

Click on links below to access diagnoses, additional information and references in pdf format.

March 2008 WYD mouse

Tissue from a Mouse
What's your diagnosis?

DecemberWYDmouseBrainImage

December 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
What's your diagnosis?
Go to Diagnosis and Additional Information

0108 Xenopus Liver ZN

September 2007
Xenopus Liver;
Ziehl Neelsen Stain
Go to Diagnosis and additional information

0107WYD

July 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
Go to Diagnosis & additional information

June 2007 Mouse WYD

June 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
Go to Diagnosis & additional information

May 2007 JH WYD

May 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
Go to Diagnosis & additional information

April 2007 WYD mouse

April 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
Go to Diagnosis & additional information

LiverMCTmouse

March 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
Go to Diagnosis & additional information

 Feb 2007 WYD image

February 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
Go to Diagnosis & additional information

January 2007 WYD image

January 2007
Tissue from a Mouse
Go to Diagnosis & additional information


Comparative Pathology Slide Conference, hosted by the Department of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology, is an informal monthly slide conference that emphasizes recent interesting phenotyping and comparative pathology cases, and provides a friendly and educational venue for colleagues within and outside of the JHU community to present and discuss cases.

Date: usually the 3rd or 4th Tuesday of each month. Date confirmation will be sent to interested individuals approximately 10 days in advance. 
Contact the Phenocore to be added to our mailing list.
Time:  4:00pm-6:00pm.




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