28 May 2021: Weekly Roundup #48

This is what’s new on PathologyOutlines.com:

1. New Editorial Board Member for GI Pathology

Dr. Monika Vyas has been appointed to the Editorial Board for GI pathology. Dr. Vyas completed her early pathology training at the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India, followed by an AP/CP residency at the Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT.  She subsequently did an Oncologic Surgical Pathology fellowship and a Gastrointestinal / Pancreatobiliary Pathology fellowship at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, NY. She joined the faculty at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA in 2019.

2. Jobs Records

We had a record 114 jobs posted in April. Our previous record was 111 in October 2019. In addition, as of 27 May 2021, we have 506 jobs posted, the highest number in our history.

3. Chapter Updates

We recently merged the CD markers chapter into the Stains chapter. We also created a Molecular markers chapter and a Cytopathology chapter. Because we are moving some topics to other chapters, we will soon be removing the Methods chapter.

4. Author Collage

Thank you to the great authors who are contributing to our free online textbook. The collage on our homepage and 2020 authors page lists those who were particularly productive in 2020.

5. Books Posted in May

The following books were posted to our books database in May 2021:

9 December 2020: Images of the Week

Here is a selection of new images from our free, online textbook:

Adenomyoepithelial adenosis

Haphazardly arranged glands with bland epithelium and prominent myoepithelium with clear cytoplasm (H&E, 20x).

Contributed by Julie M. Jorns, M.D.


Immunohistochemical double staining demonstrating expression of CD34 (brown) by myeloid blasts and CD70 (red) by interstitial immune cells.

Contributed by Christian Schürch, M.D., Ph.D.

Indeterminate cell histiocytosis

Skin biopsy showing histiocytoid cells with eosinophilic cytoplasm and grooved, reniform nuclei in the dermis in indeterminate cell histiocytosis, 400x.

Contributed by Ryanne A. Brown, M.D., M.B.A.

Atypical carcinoid

Pulmonary atypical carcinoid tumor showing salt and pepper chromatin with inconspicuous nucleoli (400x).

Contributed by Philippe Joubert, M.D., Ph.D.

Buschke-Löwenstein tumor

Low magnification view of resection sample shows arborizing papillary architecture and maturing squamous surface epithelium.

Contributed by Lewis A. Hassell, M.D. (source: Juan Rosai Slide Collection)

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