PathWays Case Study: April 28

The autopsy of a full-term male neonate was significant for pulmonary hypoplasia, Tetralogy of Fallot, and bilateral cystic kidneys.

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Dr. Mariam (Priya) Alexander

Mariam (Priya) Alexander, M.D.
Senior Associate Consultant, Division of Anatomic Pathology
Mayo Clinic
Assistant Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology,
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine





April Josselyn

April Josselyn is a Marketing Associate at Mayo Medical Laboratories. She is the editor of Mayo Clinic PathWays and supports corporate communications strategies and internal communications. She has worked at Mayo Clinic since 2012. Outside of work, April enjoys the outdoors and being "hockey mom" for her two sports-crazed boys.


Good case with detailed discussion of possible DD.

Its a good case , want to know the histological differences between these.

I can see the structural changes on the lungs parenchyma. Wondering what cystic fibrosis would look like. Preterm neonates are more susceptible to this kind of case.

Nice case. A little more information please.

Its a good case! Hope to learn more!

Thanks for the nice case with detailed description

Correct. !

Dr. Aurel

I want to know histological differances between choises

Interested case ,thanks.

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