The basic concepts of carcinogenesis

The aetiology of developing cancer consists of genetic and epigenetic mutations, DNA damage, genome instability, cancer stem cells, infectious agents, and carcinogens. However, carcinogenesis is a com... View →

Cellular and somatic deaths

Cellular death generally results from irreversible (lethal) injury. In addition, a normal physiological cell death process or apoptosis presents during embryogenesis and adult life. The role of apopto... View →

Cellular injury

Cellular injury is the process through which the cell is unable to maintain its homeostasis in the encounter with injurious stimuli. Generally, the cells with mild injury result in reversible cell dam... View →

Update in Thymoma for Surgical Pathologists

Thymoma is the most common mediastinal tumor in adulthood. By definition, it is a thymic epithelial neoplasm that displays at least some characteristics of normal thymus. Microscopically it comprises ... View →