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COVID-19 and impact on peer review

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  1. A rare case of the inguinal endometriosis was reported with immunohistochemical analysis. A 28-year-old woman had a thumb-sized tumor in the right groin for two years with a gradual increase in size and pain. ...

    Authors: Shinichi Terada, Yachiyo Miyata, Hiroaki Nakazawa, Takamitsu Higashimori, Takanari Arai, Yuji Kikuchi and Motohiro Nozaki
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:27
  2. A transrectal needle biopsy from a 63-year-old man was decided because of a high prostatic spesific antigen in the blood, and a hard right lobe in rectal examination. 10 examples were taken from each lobe. In ...

    Authors: Özgür Aydın
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:26
  3. Rhinosporidiosis is a disease affecting primarily the mucosa of nose, conjunctiva and urethra. It is endemic in some Asiatic regions, affecting people of any age and sex. Its manifestation is a polypoid mass g...

    Authors: Luca Morelli, Mario Polce, Francesco Piscioli, Franca Del Nonno, Renato Covello, Alessia Brenna, Antonio Cione and Stefano Licci
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:25
  4. Coats' disease is a non-hereditary ocular disease, with no systemic manifestation, first described by Coats in 1908. It occurs more commonly in children and has a clear male predominance. Most patients present...

    Authors: Bruno F Fernandes, Alexandre N Odashiro, Shawn Maloney, Moyses E Zajdenweber, Andressa G Lopes and Miguel N Burnier Jr
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:24
  5. Leiomyosarcoma is a malignant mesenchymal tumor originating from smooth muscle cells, which most frequently develops in the myometrium and in the gastro-intestinal tract. Reviewing the international literature...

    Authors: Jens Pfeiffer, Carsten Christof Boedeker, Gerd Jürgen Ridder, Wolfgang Maier and Gian Kayser
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:22
  6. Hemangioma is a common soft tissue lesion in the head and neck region. Hemangioma in the context of minor salivary glands is rarely encountered in surgical pathology practice, and for this reason most patholog...

    Authors: Irulandy Ponniah, Palani SureshKumar, Kaliappan Karunakaran, Kolappan A Shankar, Mayelam G Kumaran and Lakshmi Narasimhan Preeti
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:21
  7. Adenoid basal carcinoma of the cervix is a rare condition mostly occurring among postmenopausal women. Although it can be confused with adenoid cystic carcinoma of the cervix, adenoid basal carcinoma has sever...

    Authors: William David DePond, Victor Santos Flauta, Daniel Christian Lingamfelter, David Mark Schnee and Kristyn Poncy Menendez
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:20
  8. DNA fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) technology is used to study chromosomal and genomic changes in fixed cell suspensions and tissue block preparations. The technique is based on specific hybridizati...

    Authors: Marileila Varella-Garcia
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:19
  9. Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is associated to the etio-pathogenesis of an increasing number of tumors. Detection of EBV in pathology samples is relevant since its high prevalence in some cancers makes the virus a ...

    Authors: Rocío Hassan, Lídia Roxana White, Claudio Gustavo Stefanoff, Deilson Elgui de Oliveira, Fabricio E Felisbino, Claudete Esteves Klumb, Carlos E Bacchi, Héctor N Seuánez and Ilana R Zalcberg
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:17
  10. Non-mass forming, neoplastic intraepithelial proliferations (dysplasia) represent the most well-accepted precursor lesions to gallbladder adenocarcinomas. They are typically small, localized, grossly unrecogni...

    Authors: Oluwole Fadare and Steven D DeMartini
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:15
  11. Breast spindle cell tumours (BSCTs), although rare, represent a heterogeneous group with different treatment modalities. This work was undertaken to evaluate the utility of fine needle aspiration cytology (FNA...

    Authors: Howayda S Abd El All
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:13
  12. The Dabska tumor also known as Endovascular papillary angioendothelioma is a rare type of hemangioendothelioma characterized by intraluminal papillary endothelial structures. Most of these are superficial in l...

    Authors: Alka Bhatia MD, Ritambra Nada MD, Yashwant Kumar MD, DNB and Prema Menon MS
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:12
  13. To develop and implement an automated virtual slide screening system that distinguishes normal histological findings and several tissue – based crude (texture – based) diagnoses.

    Authors: Klaus Kayser, Dominik Radziszowski, Piotr Bzdyl, Rainer Sommer and Gian Kayser
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:10
  14. Lymphangioma is a benign lesion that is related to proliferation of lymphatic vessels. Lymphangioma of the gingiva is a rare lesion that manifest as a pebbly hyperplasia on gingiva. The purpose of this study i...

    Authors: Pouria Motahhary, Babak Sarrafpour and Afshin Abdirad
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:9
  15. Gastric adenocarcinoma is one of the most frequent malignancies worldwide including Iran. This study was designed to immunohistochemically evaluate the CD117 and bcl-2 expression in gastric carcinomas and thei...

    Authors: Masoud Mireskandari, Ali Fakhr Shafaii, Gian Kayser and Klaus Kayser
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:7
  16. The earmold system of the Behind-The-Ear hearing aid is an acoustic system that modifies the spectrum of the propagated sound waves. Improper selection of the earmold system may result in deterioration of soun...

    Authors: Grzegorz Szwoch and Bozena Kostek
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:6
  17. In recent years several studies have shown increasing rate of upper gastric cancers regarding to decrease in distal gastric cancers. The aim of this study was to describe the trend of gastric cancers by location ...

    Authors: Afshin Abdi-Rad, Siavash Ghaderi-sohi, Hosein Nadimi-Barfroosh and Sara Emami
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:5
  18. Prognostic factors in organ confined prostate cancer will reflect survival after surgical radical prostatectomy. Gleason score, tumour volume, surgical margins and Ki-67 index have the most significant prognos...

    Authors: A Buhmeida, S Pyrhönen, M Laato and Y Collan
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:4
  19. The term melanosis in the gastrointestinal tract refers to the accumulation of pigment deposits in the mucosa. Melanosis of the colon is not uncommon and has been associated with certain conditions, however me...

    Authors: Anna Batistatou, John Panelos and Niki J Agnantis
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:3
  20. As part of an investigation aimed at illuminating the possibilities and limits of the HOPE-fixation and paraffin-embedding technique we here describe a novel procedure which was developed in order to combine t...

    Authors: Torsten Goldmann, Renate Burgemeister, Ulrich Sauer, Siegfried Loeschke, Dagmar Silvia Lang, Detlev Branscheid, Peter Zabel and Ekkehard Vollmer
    Citation: Diagnostic Pathology 2006 1:2

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