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(A) aggregates of large atypical lymphocytes = infectious mononucleosis (CD8+ T cells responding to EBV infection in CD21+ B cells)
(B) Granulation tissue containing pseudohyphae and budding yeasts = candidiasis
(C) Intracellular yeasts in macrophages = histoplasmosis
(D) Macrophages containing acid-fast bacilli = mycobacterium
(E) Multinuclear cells containing intranuclear inclusions = cytomegalovirus (or most members of the herpesvirus family)
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HHV8 belongs to Herpesviridae family. Is it true that all members of this family have multinucleate cell with intranuclear inclusion body? HSV and VZV(cowry type A inclusion), EBV and CMV(owl-eye internuclear inclusion) certainly have them. Did anyone pick E for this reason?
Don't overthink this one. Kaposi sarcoma activates VEGF, so correct answer will refer to vessels. You sketchy peeps out there, think of the VEGF fertilizer with the red hose (representing vessel formation).
Kaposi sarcoma can sometimes be confused with bacillary angiomatosis, except in bacillary angiomatosis there will be neutrophilic infiltrate while in Kapsoi sarcoma it will be lymphocytic infiltrate.
Spindle cells....sarcoma or carcinoma
Why y'all make this shit so complicated?