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RECENT ADVANCES IN GASTROINTESTINAL, GENITOURINARY, PERINATAL AND PLACENTAL PATHOLOGY Course Description: Course Description: The course is designed for practicing pathologists and pathologists in training and should increase their diagnostic skills in pathology. The course will combine lectures and slide sessions. Digital images used at the slide sessions will be available for review online. We encourage participants to bring their own slides for discussion. The course participants will be awarded EMC credits. Course directors: G. Petur Nielsen and Alis Dema We…
The European Society of Pathology in close collaboration with the UEMS Board of Pathology announces the 2019 progress test for pathology trainees. In the week of June 10-14 those interested are invited to take the 2019 Pathology Progress Test, which is primarily intended for trainees, but any pathologist curious to submit her or his knowledge base to the test is welcome to participate.
Description User-friendly and concise, the new edition of this popular reference is your #1 guide for the appropriate use of immunohistochemical stains. Dr. David J. Dabbs and leading experts in the field use a consistent, organ system approach to cover all aspects of the field, with an emphasis on the role of genomics in diagnosis and theranostic applications that will better inform treatment options. Each well-written and well-researched chapter is enhanced with diagnostic algorithms, charts, tables, and superb, full-color histologic…
Latest medical research news. Researchers from Université Libre de Bruxelles discover that alkaloid found in Daffodils has anti-cancer properties. This alkaloid called haemanthamine works by triggering activation of anti-tumor surveillance pathway.