As of today, the PathologyOutlines.com merch shop has officially opened for business! To celebrate, PathologyOutlines.com will be holding a merch contest all throughout the month of March. One winner of the merch contest will receive a $50 Amazon gift card while two runners-up will each receive a $25 Amazon gift card. Winners may also opt … Continue reading 27 February 2020: March Merch Contest!
You have the opportunity to win a $50 Amazon gift card simply by opening our promotional emails! Winner(s) will be selected at random and announced each quarter. If you aren’t signed up to receive our promotional emails, sign up today at http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/promoemailcontest.html. Once you sign up your email, be sure to select the “Promotional e-Blast” … Continue reading 25 February 2020: Promotional E-Blast Contest
We have posted updated reviews of the following topics: Breast nonmalignant > Inflammatory > Duct ectasia by Carlos C. Diez Freire, M.D., Shahla Masood, M.D.Topic summary: Updated information on mammary duct ectasia with updated microscopic images and findings and board review questions. Liver and intrahepatic bile ducts – nontumor > Transplantation > Acute T cell … Continue reading 24 February 2020: Textbook Updates
We have now posted versions of the Jobs, Fellowships, and Conferences pages as of February 3, 2020. If you need to look up a prior ad, we maintain these files as of the first of each month (or close to it). See files below: As of February 3, 2020: Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences The format is the name of … Continue reading 21 February 2020: View prior Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences pages
Our Hematopathology chapters have gone through a major restructuring. Keep reading for more details on our Hematopathology chapters. The five new Hematopathology chapters are: In addition, we have deleted Chronic myeloid, Leukemia-acute and Spleen. We still have some minor revisions to the structure. There are still some flaws with the structure which will be fixed … Continue reading 19 February 2020: Major Hematopathology Chapter Update
As part of our textbook restructuring, we have eliminated the Syndromes chapter (which was only partially completed) and moved topics to the CNS nontumor chapter as well as various other chapters.
We have posted updated reviews of the following topics: Informatics, digital & computational pathology > Machine learning & deep learning > Computer aided diagnosis by Kunal Nagpal, M.S., Po-Hsuan Cameron Chen, Ph.D., David F. Steiner, M.D., Ph.D., Craig Mermel, MD, Ph.D., Yun Liu, Ph.D. Lymph nodes nonlymphoma > Inflammatory disorders (noninfectious) > Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis by … Continue reading 17 February 2020: Textbook Updates
Recently, we have been working on updating a few aspects to our website: We have eliminated two Case of the Month categories – pediatric and liver. Pediatric cases have been merged into the appropriate subspecialties, such as hematopathology for leukemia cases. Liver cases have been merged into the GI / liver category. This year (and … Continue reading 13 February 2020: Various Updates to PathologyOutlines.com
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Carolyn Glass, specializing in cardiopulmonary pathology, as the 20th member of our Editorial Board. Dr. Glass is an Assistant Professor of Pathology and Director of the Autopsy Service at Duke University Medical Center. She obtained her M.D. at University of Texas Medical Branch and then trained in … Continue reading 12 February 2020: Welcome Dr. Carolyn Glass to Our Editorial Board
In January, we had record home page visits of 252,721. For more information, see http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/monthlystats.php. Our traffic is now 51% desktop, 46% mobile and 3% tablet. Overall traffic for 2019 was 27.8% higher than 2018. Plans for 2020 include more extensive updates of chapter Table of Contents to add new entities and merge / rename / remove … Continue reading 10 February 2020: January Monthly Statistics
Summary: As of recently, our conferences page has been reorganized. In addition to sorting by U.S. region, we are now also sorting by state. If you’d like an in-depth guide on how to use this new feature, read on. Searching By Location: When you view the conferences page, you’ll automatically be shown the following map. … Continue reading 7 February 2020: How to Find US Conferences on PathologyOutlines.com
We have posted updated reviews of the following topics: Adrenal gland and paraganglia > Pheochromocytoma / paraganglioma > Pheochromocytoma by Katherine A. Lehman, M.D. Candidate, Debra Zynger, M.D.Topic summary: Re-written with diagnostic features, PASS criteria with histologic examples, key immunostains, differential and board questions. Cervix > Premalignant / preinvasive lesions > Adenocarcinoma in situ (AIS) … Continue reading 5 February 2020: Textbook Updates
Here are some of our plans for 2020: We plan to continue expanding our Editorial Board and have them review each chapter carefully each year to ensure its Table of Contents contains the most relevant topics for practicing pathologists. We select Editorial Board members from authors who have done an outstanding job writing for us. … Continue reading 3 February 2020: Plans for 2020
We mourn the loss of Dr. David Grignon, a wonderful GU pathologist and the Chair of Pathology for several years when Dr. Pernick was a resident at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. The following statement was written by the Genitourinary Pathology Society (GUPS): With sadness, we would like to share the news about the … Continue reading 31 January 2020: David J Grignon, M.D.
After more than 6 years using Blogspot, PathologyOutlines.com‘s official blog will now be hosted on WordPress. We believe WordPress will be more user friendly for PathologyOutlines.com staff as well as for our authors, editors and readers. Our old Blogspot blog will stay live for archival purposes, but it will not be used anymore to publish official … Continue reading 30 January 2020: Changing Blog to WordPress
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