ThinPrep liquid-based Pap. Normal squamous cells on left; HPV-infected cells with mild dysplasia (LSIL) on right.

with cell stains, even HPV is pretty! i always loved the staining process… it’s kind of like printmaking, i think — so many little steps, which all need to be executed in the right order, all for a single, easily-disposable product. man, i miss my experimental physiological lab. ..ok, let’s be real: i just miss college.

anyway, here’s a great set of pathology specimens on flickr.


2 responses to “

  1. Neuroblastoma of the Adrenal Gland is now my background. TY

  2. yeah i saved a bunch of those for when i tire of my married to the sea, haha

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