Andres David Mosquera-Zamudio

Andres David Mosquera-Zamudio
Fundación de Investigación del Hospital Clínico Universitario de Valencia INCLIVA | INCLIVA

Pathologist - PhD Student

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Melanoma is an aggressive neoplasm responsible for the majority of deaths from skin cancer. Specifically, spitzoid melanocytic tumors are one of the most challenging melanocytic lesions due to their ambiguous morphological features. The gold standard for its diagnosis and prognosis is the analysis of skin biopsies. In this process, dermatopathologi...
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Melanoma is an aggressive neoplasm responsible for the majority of deaths from skin cancer. Specifically, spitzoid melanocytic tumors are one of the most challenging melanocytic lesions due to their ambiguous morphological features. The gold standard for its diagnosis and prognosis is the analysis of skin biopsies. In this process, dermatopathologi...
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Analysis of tubular glands plays an important role for gastric cancer diagnosis, grading, and prognosis; however, gland quantification is a highly subjective task, prone to error. Objective identification of glans might help clinicians for analysis and treatment planning. The visual characteristics of such glands suggest that information from nucle...
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Abstract Background Autopsies have been an essential element to healthcare professionals’ training, as well as to research processes, education, and public health. In spite of the decline of clinical autopsy rate after the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Hospitals eliminated the minimum autopsy rate required for accrediting hospitals, in C...
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Introduction There is an emerging need for telecytology in Colombia as the demand for cytopathology has increased. However, due to economic and technological constraints telecytology services are limited. Our aim was to evaluate the diagnostic feasibility of using whole slide imaging with and without Z‐stacking for telecytology in Colombia, South A...
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Gastrointestinal bleeding in HIV patients secondary to coinfection by HHV8 and development of Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS) is a rare complication even if no skin lesions are detected on physical examination. This article indicates which patients might develop this type of clinical sign and also tries to recall that absence of skin lesions never rules out...

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