|Ependymoma (left) pushing on adjacent brain induces numerous Rosenthal fibers,|
particularly around a blood vessel
|Histopathology of Salzmann nodules (*). Disruption of the Bowman membrane is demarcated in each photomicrograph by the area between the left and right arrows: (A) hematoxylin and eosin stain; (B) periodic acid-Schiff stain; (C) immunohistochemistry with antibody against pan-cytokeratin; and (D) immunohistochemistry with antibody against vimentin. (From Stone DU, et al. Histopathology of Saltzmann Nodular Corneal Degeneration. Cornea. Volume 27(2), February 2008, pp 148-151)|
|A Rosenthal fiber in pilocytic astrocytoma|
|Bennet Omalu, MD|
|In Montreal, committee members (left to right) Kara Jones, Arie Perry, myself, Eyas Hattab, Andrea Wiens, and junior member Lindsey Lowder|
|At dinner after a day of committee work (left to iight): CAP staffer Annabel Dizon, Karra Jones, Eyas Hattab, Andrea Weins, myself, Arie Perry, Lindsey Lowder, and Lindsey's husband Jon Lowder|
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