The 95th Annual Meeting abstracts are now available online here. They can also be found in the current June JNEN issue.
I discuss issues pertaining to the practice of neuropathology -- including nervous system tumors, neuroanatomy, neurodegenerative disease, muscle and nerve disorders, ophthalmologic pathology, neuro trivia, neuropathology gossip, job listings and anything else that might be of interest to a blue-collar neuropathologist.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Best Post of January 2019: Radiologically suspected meningioma turns out to be WHO grade II Pleomorphic Xanthoastrocytoma
The next in our "Best of the Month" series comes from January 18, 2019:
Rosenthal fibers can be seen in non-neoplastic "compressed" brain tissue. For example, I once saw Rosenthal fibers in the spinal cord adjacent to an epidural abscess.
|Rosethal fiber in oval. Eosinophilic granular body in rectangle|
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Diagnostic Slide Session cases have been released
Thursday, May 9, 2019
Monday, May 6, 2019
Mark Cohen's hidden genius as a classical guitarist
The neuropathology community may be aware of the extraordinary musical talents of Dr. Arie Perry, but there is another among us who has hidden genius as a classical guitarist. I present to you the inimitable Dr. Mark Cohen:
|Case Western's Mark Cohen (right) with accompianist|
Nota Bene: Since my original publication of this post, the inimitable Dr. Cohen emailed me the following:
"Please credit my partner in crime (actually the brains behind the operation): Narayan Kumar (from Mumbai). We're both learning guitar online at Classical Guitar Corner Academy. Here's the backstory:
Introducing DuJu. DuJu in Mandarin has a few meanings, not all salutary. But it also means a special talent or insight, which we arrogated to ourselves, whether deserved or not -- although neither of us is Chinese. The preferred pronunciation is “Du-zhou”. Sounds and feels French. Which is always a good thing -- although neither of us is French. In a word, DuJu is American, French, Chinese and Indian. Hey, we are an international community here, right? We are probably pushing it when we suggest the name is also a combination of our origins – one born a HinDU and the other a JU, er, Jew. It signifies a welcome coming together of faiths in our troubled world through music -- although neither of us is religious. Whatever. DuJu it is. It’s been fun to do this and we have some bits of music under discussion for sharing with all of us. Barring soul-crushing, deafening silence from our illustrious colleagues here, DuJu hope to being continually fresh and entertaining. Performing around the world cannot be ruled out ;)"
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