Dr. Juan P. Palazzo M.D.
Pathologist | Anatomic Pathology & Clinical Pathology1020 Locust St Suite 521 Philadelphia PA, 19107
Dr. Juan Palazzo is a pathologist practicing in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Palazzo is a doctor who specializes in the study of bodily fluids and tissues. As a pathologist, Dr. Palazzo can help your primary care doctor make a diagnosis about your medical condition. Dr. Palazzo may perform a tissue biopsy to determine if a patient has cancer, practice genetic testing, and complete a number of laboratory examinations. Pathologists can also perform autopsies which can determine a persons cause of death and gain information about genetic progression of a disease.
Education and Training
National University Of Cordoba MD
National University of Cordoba / Faculty of Medical Sciences 1981
PathologyAmerican Board of PathologyABP
- MLH1 promoter methylation and gene silencing is the primary cause of microsatellite instability in sporadic endometrial cancers.
- Developing asymmetric breast tissue.
- Guanylyl cyclase C messenger RNA is a biomarker for recurrent stage II colorectal cancer.
- Overexpression of p21WAF1/CIP1 and MDM2 characterizes serous borderline ovarian tumors.
- Treatment of inflammatory bowel disease in a rodent model with the intestinal growth factor glucagon-like peptide-2.
- Colorectal carcinomas with high microsatellite instability: defining a distinct immunologic and molecular entity with respect to prognostic markers.
- Pathologic features of Hashimoto's-associated papillary thyroid carcinomas.
- Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors--a novel class of prognostic indicators.
- Association of human polyomavirus JCV with colon cancer: evidence for interaction of viral T-antigen and beta-catenin.
- Solitary fibrous tumor of the breast.
- Insular carcinoma of the thyroid.
- Colonic crypt changes during adenoma development in familial adenomatous polyposis: immunohistochemical evidence for expansion of the crypt base cell population.
- Diversity in secreted PLA2-IIA activity among inbred mouse strains that are resistant or susceptible to Apc Min/+ tumorigenesis.
- Primary angiolipoma of the thyroid gland: a case report.
- MicroRNA gene expression deregulation in human breast cancer.
- Cytokeratin profiles of male breast cancers.
- Is single-cell apoptosis sufficient for the diagnosis of graft-versus-host disease in the colon?
- Oncogene-mediated inhibition of glycogen synthase kinase 3 beta impairs degradation of prolactin receptor.
- Value of intraoperative examination of axillary sentinel nodes in carcinoma of the breast.
- The significance of GATA3 expression in breast cancer: a 10-year follow-up study.
- Stage IB glassy cell carcinoma of the cervix diagnosed during pregnancy and recurring in a transposed ovary.
- MicroRNA expression profiling of male breast cancer.
- Axillary sentinel lymph node biopsy after neoadjuvant chemotherapy for carcinoma of the breast.
- Prognostic significance of high-grade dysplasia in colorectal adenomas.
- Evaluation of DNA ploidy in dysplastic and Spitz nevi by flow cytometry.
- Assessment of immunohistochemistry for p16INK4 and high-risk HPV DNA by in situ hybridization in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma.
- Hyperplastic ductal and lobular lesions and carcinomas in situ of the breast: reproducibility of current diagnostic criteria among community- and academic-based pathologists.
- Prognostic markers and long-term outcomes in ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast treated with excision alone.
- Dysplastic lesions in inflammatory bowel disease show increased positivity for the stem cell marker aldehyde dehydrogenase.
- Genetic polymorphisms in pre-microRNA genes as prognostic markers of colorectal cancer.
- AIRP best cases in radiologic-pathologic correlation: spindle cell carcinoma of the esophagus.
- Genetic polymorphism in a VEGF-independent angiogenesis gene ANGPT1 and overall survival of colorectal cancer patients after surgical resection.
- Sex hormone-dependent tRNA halves enhance cell proliferation in breast and prostate cancers.
- Ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast: the importance of morphologic and molecular interactions.
- Monitoring Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer by Using Three-dimensional Subharmonic Aided Pressure Estimation and Imaging with US Contrast Agents: Preliminary Experience.
- Congenital agminated Spitz nevi: immunoreactivity with a melanoma-associated monoclonal antibody.
- [Pulmonary toxicity associated with the use of amiodarone].
- Renal capsular hemangioma.
- Lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma of the rectum in a patient with ulcerative colitis.
- Upper airway involvement in multicentric reticulohistiocytosis.
- Immunohistochemical localization of p21(WAF1/CIP1) in normal, hyperplastic, and neoplastic uterine tissues.
- Reduced expression of molecules of the cadherin/catenin complex in the transition from colorectal adenoma to carcinoma.
- The cell-cell adhesion receptor Mel-CAM acts as a tumor suppressor in breast carcinoma.
- Reciprocity between membranous and nuclear expression of beta-catenin in colorectal tumours.
- Detection of human papillomavirus in verrucous carcinoma from HIV-seropositive patients.
- Breast imaging case of the day. Intracystic papillary carcinoma of the breast.
- Expression of p21WAF1/CIP1 in soft tissue sarcomas: a comparative immunohistochemical study with p53 and Ki-67.
- Endometrial cancer in polyps associated with tamoxifen use.
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