Histology is one of my least favourites. Does anyone know the difference between granulation tissue and granuloma on histology? I keep mixing them up.
What if it is a suture that gets infected? I chose granulation tissue and it was granuloma...didn’t look infected. Also both look pink, LOL.Picture-wise, granulomas tend to look like a dense pink nodule compared to granulation tissue. also use clues in the question to help you figure out if it's a granuloma vs granulation tissue.
If only they made it that easy. NBME questions are the worst.Granulomas form after TB infection or autoinflammatory diseases (crohn's, sarcoidosis, etc) + if there's mention of calcifications with 1-alpha-hydroxylas.