24 March 2023: Weekly Roundup #116

Here’s what you need to know about PathologyOutlines.com this week:

1. 2022 Year in Review Video

We have posted a YouTube video highlighting the significant changes that were made to PathologyOutlines.com in 2022. View it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itFpiInjRrQ.

2. What’s New in Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology E-Newsletter

Make sure to sign up for our What’s New in Pathology newsletter at pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html. The upcoming newsletter, to be sent out next week, is What’s New in Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology 2023: Guidelines for Molecular Testing. You can view our previous What’s New in Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology newsletter here and our other subspecialty newsletters here.

Read our previous What’s New in Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology newsletter here.

3. Curing Cancer Network: Social Media Accounts

We are now posting interesting images of malignancies on our Curing Cancer Network social media accounts. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

27 December 2022: Image Quiz #98

Authors: Susan Prendeville, M.D.Bonnie Choy, M.D.

A 65 year old man underwent radical cystectomy for a bladder mass and the entire tumor looked like the histologic image shown below. Which of the following is true regarding this type of tumor arising in the urinary bladder?

Select an answer:

A. Gross examination usually shows a small tumor

B. Hematuria is not a clinical feature

C. It is associated with Schistosoma haematobium infection

D. It is the most common type of bladder carcinoma

E. Smoking is not a risk factor

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12 October 2022: Case of the Month #520

Thanks to Dr. Debra Zynger, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, for contributing this case and discussion, and to Dr. Bonnie Choy, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, USA, for reviewing the discussion.

Clinical history:

A 61 year old man with no cancer history had a flaky rash in the penoscrotal region for 9 months. CT scans of the abdomen and pelvis were negative. He underwent a scrotal excision and partial penectomy.

All cases are archived on our website. To view them sorted by case number, diagnosis or category, visit our main Case of the Month page.

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