We have posted updates of the following topics: Breast > Neuroendocrine neoplasms > Neuroendocrine tumor by Joshua J.X. Li, M.B.Ch.B., Gary M. Tse, M.B.B.S. Topic summary: Primary, low to intermediate grade neoplasm of the breast with histological features of neuroendocrine differentiation and supported by immunoreactivity to neuroendocrine markers. Age of presentation commonly > 65 years. … Continue reading 2 December 2021: Textbook Updates
Author: Y. Albert Yeh, M.D., Ph.D. What is the most common pathogen of bladder schistosomiasis? Select an answer: A. Schistosoma haematobium B. Schistosoma haematobium – Schistosoma mansoni hybrid C. Schistosoma intercalatum D. Schistosoma japonicum E. Schistosoma mansoni To sign up for our biweekly image quiz newsletters and more, visit pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html.
We have posted updates of the following topics: Skin melanocytic tumor > Spitzoid neoplasms, BAP1 inactivated neoplasms, and deep penetrating nevi > Spitz nevus by Katharina Wiedemeyer, M.D., Ph.D. Topic summary: Spitz nevi are benign neoplasms composed of large epithelioid or spindled melanocytes. Primarily affect children and young adults. Approximately 1 – 2% of all … Continue reading 29 November 2021: Textbook Updates
Pathologists switch institutions on a regular basis, planned or not. Changing jobs can be quite hectic, so we suggest that you create a checklist in advance for who to contact with your new email address and institution. For example: PathologyOutlines.com (via Directory@PathologyOutlines.com): so we can update your contact information for e-newsletters, your Directory page and … Continue reading 23 November 2021: Who Should Pathologists Contact When Changing Positions?
We have posted updates of the following topics: Bone & joints > Other osteogenic tumors > Osteoid osteoma by Elham Nasri, M.D., John D. Reith, M.D. Topic summary: Benign, bone forming tumor composed of woven bone with prominent osteoblastic rimming and a vascularized stroma. Usually small size (< 2 cm) and limited growth. 10 – … Continue reading 22 November 2021: Textbook Updates
We have now posted versions of the Jobs, Fellowships and Conferences pages as of November 2, 2021. 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 November 2, 2021: Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences The format is the name of … Continue reading 19 November 2021: View Prior Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences Pages
If you are a pathologist, your colleagues will soon be looking you up regularly on our Worldwide Directory of Pathologists because they saw your name connected with a surgical pathology report, a topic on our website, a paper, a talk, a committee or otherwise. If you have not yet signed up for the Directory, please … Continue reading 17 November 2021: Pathologists’ Directory Highlights
Author: Raul S. Gonzalez, M.D. Where are VIPomas most likely to arise? Select an answer: A. Body of the pancreas B. Duodenum C. Head of the pancreas D. Ileum E. Tail of the pancreas To sign up for our biweekly image quiz newsletters and more, visit pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html.
We have posted updates of the following topics: CNS tumor > Meningeal tumors > Meningioma by Chunyu Cai, M.D., Ph.D. Topic summary: Most common primary CNS tumor, arising from arachnoid cap cells associated with dura mater or choroid plexus, accounting for 36% all CNS tumors. Mainly adults, mean age of 65; F > M. Meningiomas … Continue reading 15 November 2021: Textbook Updates
PathologyOutlines.com has appointed 3 new Editorial Board members in November 2021 so far: Dr. Viktoryia Kazlouskaya was appointed to our Editorial Board for Dermatopathology. Dr. Kazlouskaya is an Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Dermatopathology at the University of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania. She obtained her M.D. / Ph.D. degree and completed her dermatology residency at Vitebsk … Continue reading 12 November 2021: New Editorial Board Appointments
We have posted updates of the following topics: Breast > Other carcinoma subtypes, WHO classified > Secretory carcinoma by Gary Tozbikian, M.D. Topic summary: Rare subtype of low grade, translocation associated invasive breast carcinoma. Rare, < 1% of breast cancers; most common primary pediatric breast cancer but can occur at any age. Diagnosis by histologic … Continue reading 11 November 2021: Textbook Updates
PathologyOutlines.com celebrated 20 years of operation in August 2021 and is giving back to some of those suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic by promoting select classical and jazz musicians each month on our website and with a cash stipend. Recipients are posted each month and will remain visible on the website throughout the year. The … Continue reading 8 November 2021: Pandemic Relief Music Award – November Winner
We have posted updates of the following topics: Eye > Retina > Retinoblastoma by Riley Lochner, M.D., M.S., Marta Couce, M.D., Ph.D. Topic summary: Retinoblastoma is the most common intraocular malignancy in children characterized by hyperchromatic small round blue cells with scant cytoplasm arranged in sheets, nests and trabeculae. Most common intraocular malignancy of childhood … Continue reading 8 November 2021: Textbook Updates
This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com: 1. New Drop Down Menus Check out the new drop down menus on our website for the Textbook, Author and Directory pages: 2. Worldwide Directory of Pathologists We plan to have Directory entries for 15% of the estimated 20,000 U.S. pathologists by the end of 2021. Sign up now at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CMTGNSK. … Continue reading 4 November 2021: Weekly Roundup #70
We have posted updates of the following topics: CNS tumor > Diffuse astrocytic and oligodendroglial tumors > Oligodendroglioma, IDH mutant and 1p/19q codeleted by Jared T. Ahrendsen, M.D., Ph.D., Sanda Alexandrescu, M.D. Topic summary: WHO 2016 definition: diffusely infiltrating, slow growing glioma with IDH1 or IDH2 mutation and codeletion of chromosomal arms 1p and 19q. … Continue reading 3 November 2021: Textbook Updates
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