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site for Tumors/IHC staining

Discussion in 'Pathology' started by maminr, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. maminr

    maminr Junior Member 5+ Year Member

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    Hi guys. Does anyone know any site/link where I can find a list of tumors with their corresponding IHC/special stains NOT a list of IHC with corresponding tumors. I mean I have books/sites which would tell you which tumors are pos for a certain Immunostains but I would like to know the other way round. Its just that I thought it would probably help me memorize better. I am preparing for Part-1 exam for Royal College of Pathologits/UK. Thanks.
     
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  3. Anna Plastic

    Anna Plastic Slave to Sallie Mae 2+ Year Member

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    www.pathologyoutlines.com

    This is more than just a list of tumors. It is a good outline of pathology for different organ systems, plus it has some clinical pathology too. It has very nice summaries of the immunohistochemical and spcial stain profile for just about everything I bet you will find on your exams. I used it to study for our AP/CP boards and it served me well.
     
  4. sohsie

    sohsie Member Physician 10+ Year Member

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    www.ipox.org

    you can do searches based on antibodies or diagnoses.
     
  5. hzma

    hzma Member 5+ Year Member

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  6. djmd

    djmd an Antediluvian 7+ Year Member

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    http://www.ipox.org/

    (aka immunoquerry) which apparently about to merge with some other site/corporation?? Go ask him about it at USCAP booth #203.
     
  7. DarksideAllstar

    DarksideAllstar you can pay me in bud 7+ Year Member

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    Further proof that no one (myself included) reads any posts after the first one...

    From post #3:
     
  8. djmd

    djmd an Antediluvian 7+ Year Member

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    True but I had never seen immunoquerry listed as anything other than immunoquerry.com

    Not sure when the new domain came into existance.
     

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