研修医日記/医療法人社団 札幌皮膚病理診断科
Sapporo Dermatopathology Institute
Gayle Opada/October Diary
It’s been 10 months, or let me say, it’s JUST 10 months since I arrived here in Sapporo. I may not learn EVERYTHING but I am trying my best to learn as much as I can to equip myself with knowledge that I may be able to use and share when I go back to the Philippines.

This month, I started writing a case report entitled “Viral Verruca with large atypical CD30 - positive lymphoid cells”. I presented this case last August 31 during the 93rd Hokkaido Medical Congress, in english. 

I have also encountered some new and interesting cases in the institute which I have never seen before and have only read on textbooks. One of it is Pacinian Perineural Cell Fibroma (PPCF) also known as Sclerosing or Fibrous Perineuroma. Sclerosing Perineuroma if it is located in the subcutaneous tissue and Fibrous Perineuroma if it is located in the dermis. It is EMA (Epithelial Membrane Antigen) positive. 


Daily living:

I have a new housemate and friend, Yoko Momose, who is also a trainee of SIDP. I enjoyed Japan more and learned more of the cultures when she arrived. We cook together  our food for dinner which is mostly japanese foods. I even learned how to set the table and  which side should I place the soup and the rice.

Both of us are Macbook users and we are so amazed by the screensaver that featured the Blue pond. So, we decided to visit the Blue pond in Biei.  And made a screensaver of our own.

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