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Differential diagnosis
  Muscle biopsy
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  NMJ

General
  Muscle biopsy
    Stains
  Nerve biopsy

Myotendinous Junction

Perlecan at a Myotendinous Junction



Pathology images: Muscle & Nerve

Myopathy: Hereditary
  Congenital
  Cap
  Congenital myopathy
    Central core
    Centronuclear (Myotubular)
    Nemaline rod
  Congenital MD
    Fukuyama
    FKRP
    Lamin A/C
    Laminin-α2
    Ullrich
  Fiber type disorders
    Type I small
    Type II small
  Marinesco-Sjögren
  Myhre
  Multicore
  Reducing body

  Storage
  Amyloid
    Pathology
    Birefringence
  CADASIL
  Carbohydrate
    Acid Maltase
      Child
      Adult
    Phosphorylase
  Cystinosis
  Lipid
  Lipofuscin
  Myofibrillar (Desmin)
  Dystrophy+
  Autophagy
  AVSF
  Cytoplasmic body
  Danon disease
  Dystrophinopathy
    Becker MD
    Duchenne MD
  Emery-Dreifuss
    Emerin
    FHL1
  FSH Dystrophy
  IBM & Vacuoles
    Distal myopathy
    IBM 2 (GNE)
    IBM 3 (MYH2)
    Paget, FTD (VCP)
  LGMD
    1A   1D   2A   2B
    2C   2D   2I
  Mitochondrial
  Myotonic
    DM1
    DM2
  Oculopharyngeal
  Periodic paralysis
    Hypokalemic
  Tubular aggregates
Myopathy +
Inflammatory & Immune  
  Antibody-related
    HMGCR
    Jo-1
    PL-12
    SRP
  Brachio-Cervical (BCIM)
  Chondroitin sulfate C Δ
  Complement deposition
  Decorin (BJ) antibody
  Dermatomyositis
    DM-VP (Childhood)
    IMPP (Adult-onset)
  Fasciitis
  Focal myositis
  Granulomas
  IMPP: Jo-1
  IM-VAMP
    Inclusion Body Myositis
    IM + Mitochondrial Δ
  Inflammation
    Muscle
    Cell patterns
  MHC-1
  Macrophages, abundant
  Macrophage activation
  Macrophagic myofasciitis
  Neonatal perifascicular
  Nodular myositis
  Paraneoplastic necrotic
  Perimysial pathology
  Pipestem capillaries
  Scleromyxedema
  TRAPs
  Trichinosis: Acute; Chronic
Myopathy: Other
  Calciphylaxis
  Colchicine
  Hemosiderin
  Internal architecture
  Lymphoma, IV
  Myosin-loss
  Posterior neck
  Ring fibers

Muscle
  Exercise changes
  Necrosis
  Regeneration
  Spindles
  Unknowns
  Vessels: Normal

NMJ
  Distal motor axons
  Normal
  Myasthenia Gravis
  Terminal axons
  Presynaptic
  Postsynaptic
Neuropathy & Neuronopathy
  Amyloid
  Angiotropic Lymphoma
  Antibody-related
    MAG
    TS-HDS
  Axons
    Bungner bands
    Loss
      Large
      Differential fascicular
    Swellings
      Giant axonal PN
      Polygucosan bodies
    Wallerian degeneration
  Botulism
  CADASIL: Vessels
  Denervation of muscle
    ALS
    Chronic denervation
      Fiber type groups
      Grouped atrophy
      Ongoing
    Spinal muscular atrophy
        Bulbospinal
        SMA 5q
        SMA-LED
    Target fibers
  DMAPN
  Immune
    Graft vs Host
    Ipilimumab
  Minifascicles
  Myelin & Pathology
    CIDP
      Childhood
      Sub-acute onset
    Demyelination
      Active
      Chronic
      Onion bulbs
    Dysmyelination
    HNPP
    Proteins
    Tomaculae
  Nerve: Normal
    Neurofilament stain
  Neuroma
  Perineuritis
  Perineurioma
  Regeneration
  Skin
  Subperineurial edema
  Tabes dorsalis
  Terminal sprouting
  Vasculitis
  Vasculopathy, immune
    Vessel: Thick wall
    Small vessel
    Large vessel
  Vessels: Normal

Credits
  Histochemical stains performed by Jim Planer or Ruma Banerjee
  Immunocytochemical stains performed by Jin Yue, Shobna Mehta or Rati Choksi


Illustrations

Cell constituents & Pathways
  Acetylcholine receptors
    AChR antibody actions
  Botulinum toxin
  Dystrophin & DAGs
  Fatty acid transport
  Glycogen & Glucose metabolism
  Glycolipids
  Ion channels
    Ca++; Na+; K+
  Lysosomal pathway
  Mitochondrial
  Motor neuron: Upper & Lower
  Myelin
    Proteins
    Structure
      Cross-section
      Longitudinal
  Myogenesis
  Neuromuscular junction
  Spliceosome
    Function & Mechanism
  Tendon reflex arcs
  Ubiquitin-Proteasome Pathway
  Vitamins
Muscle fiber
  Excitation-Contraction Coupling
  Myosin & related proteins
  Structure & contraction

Autonomic
  Pathways

Cranial nerve anatomy
  Visual fields
  3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Antibodies
  ANA patterns
  Anti-neural (cerebellum)

Disease pathophysiology
  DNA: CTG repeats
  DM1 locus
  FSH DNA
  Myasthenia gravis
Electrophysiology
  Complex repetitive discharges
  Conduction Block: Motor
  Denervation of muscle
    Partial
    Fibrillations
    Motor unit: Rapid firing
  Demyelinating neuropathy
  Myasthenia gravis
  Myasthenic syndrome
  Myokymia
  Myopathy
  Myotonia
  Palmaris brevis spasm
  Positive sharp waves
  Prolonged distal latency
  Pseudofacilitation
  Repetitive response to 1 stimulus
  Stiffman syndrome
  Temporal dispersion
  Tetany
MRI & Imaging
  ALS
  AVM
  Bent spine syndrome
  Calcinosis
  CMT-X1
  Corpus callosum: Thin
  Dystrophinopathy: Female carrier
  Focal myositis
  Hematoma (Psoas)
  HIBM2
  Heroin myelopathy
  Myopathies
  Nephrogenic fibrosis
  Posterior neck myopathy
  Superficial siderosis
  Syringomyelia
  Thymoma
Patient pictures
  Acromegaly
  Addison's disease
  Aging
  Ankylosing spondylitis
  Becker dystrophy: Legs
  Bethlem myopathy: Hands
  Bulbo-Spinal Muscular Atrophy
  BVVL
  Calcinosis
  Cleidocranial dysplasia
  CMT-X1
  Congenital muscular dystrophy
  Congenital myasthenia gravis
  Duchenne MD
  FSH dystrophy
  Giant axonal neuropathy
  Hereditary sensory neuropathy
  HIBM + Dementia & Pagets
  King-Denborough Syndrome
  Muscle wasting
  Myasthenia gravis
  Myxedema
  Myositis
    Dermatomyositis: Hands; Rash
    Inclusion body myositis
    Pyomyositis (MRI)
  Polio
  SMA 5q: A; B
  Tongue
    ALS
    Hypoglossal nerve lesion


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9/13/2014