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These are the lungs of a patient who died while receiving a PLT transfusion. He developed sudden respiratory distress and did not respond to O2 support. Lungs compressed by 3000 mL of transudative pleural fluid. Notice the increased neutrophils #PathTweetorial
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The above clinical scenario along with the histologic findings is consistent with which type of transfusion reaction?
#Blooducation #TransfusionReaction
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Yes, the histologic findings and clinical history is consistent with Transfusion-Related Acute Lung Injury (TRALI). Second to TACO, it is the most common cause of transfusion-related morbidities and fatalities. What causes it?
#Blooducation
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Are you new to Twitter? Are you a pathology resident or a pathologist? Are you wondering what to tweet about or where to start? This brief tutorial is for you. Pathology on Twitter is awesome 👍🏾❤️✅

#Tweetorial = Tutorial of tweets

#pathtweetorial = Pathology version
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First step, check out this awesome guide to social media for newcomers. SUPER useful.

pathinfo.wikia.com/wiki/Social_Me…

It had great tips, like this one: ALWAYS include a picture of yourself on your profile. He’s right: please do it NOW! It’s essential. Just use a selfie 😊
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Follow a few pathologists. Use this handy guide created by @RoseannIWu to begin with, and then just follow people whose tweets you like. Following is a friendly gesture on Twitter, and conveys that you are interested that person’s tweets.
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