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USCAP Presents:
Pancreaticobiliary Pathology for Those in the Trenches: What Really Matters (and What Doesn’t)

Every general surgical pathology practice routinely receives gallbladder specimens, yet many pathologists lack sufficient expertise in gallbladder pathology to feel comfortable when confronted with unusual patterns of inflammation such as vasculitis, parasitic infestation and immune-mediated conditions. Gallbladder neoplasms are uncommon and often discovered at the time of histologic examination, provoking angst among surgeons and pathologists who infrequently encounter such cases and may not be aware of updated terminology and staging issues. Widespread use of cross-sectional imaging in the evaluation of patients with abdominal symptoms has led to increased numbers of incidentally discovered pancreaticobiliary lesions. Many of these are initially evaluated with fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) or limited tissue biopsy samples. As a result, pathologists are often faced with cytology, biopsy and resection specimens that feature disorders relatively uncommon to their practices. They may be required to deal with such specimens under pressure, such as in the frozen section laboratory where immunohistochemical stains and other ancillary tools are not available. This course is intended to provide learners with practical information and diagnostic pearls that may aid them in their day-to-day practices. Intimate mentoring with experts at 18-head teaching microscopes reinforces learning and practice improvements.

Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
Course Director: Rhonda K. Yantiss, MD

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USCAP Presents:
How Senior Citizens from Cold Climates Deal with GI Biopsies in the Desert

Gastrointestinal pathology emerged as a subspecialty in the early 1980s, roughly coincident with development of endoscopy and mucosal biopsy for diagnosis and management of patients with gastrointestinal disorders. At that time, a number of pathologists dedicated their efforts to recognizing and classifying patterns of disease based on careful morphologic assessment, unassisted by immunohistochemical and molecular techniques. Many of their observations and conclusions have held true for several decades underscoring their validity. These individuals have tremendous knowledge to share with learners at all stages in their careers, many of whom have come to rely heavily on ancillary tests to establish diagnoses rather than morphologic assessment. Pathologists must be able to hone-in on key features in order to narrow the differential diagnosis and facilitate patient management. This special Emeritus course concentrates on the pioneers in gastrointestinal pathology and their prophetic perspectives.

Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
Course Director: Jason L. Hornick, MD, PhD

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February 24-28, 2020
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa at Kaanapali
Maui, Hawaii


Surgical Pathology Course



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March 2-5, 2020
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa at Kaanapali
Maui, Hawaii


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April 21-22, 2020, Tucson Symposium 2020, El Conquistador, Tucson, Arizona (USA) [#8264]





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June 2020
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July 13-16, 2020
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa at Kaanapali
Maui, Hawaii


Surgical Pathology Course



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USCAP Presents:
Practical Issues in Urologic Pathology - 40 New Cases!

Specimens represented by prostate needle core biopsies, transurethral resection of prostate (TURP), radical prostatectomy, kidney biopsies, nephrectomy (radical or partial), bladder biopsies, cystectomy (radical or partial), cystoprostatectomy, testicular biopsies or orchiectomy are frequently handled by pathology residents/fellows, general surgical pathologists and/or urologic pathologists in academic institutions and private practices. These specimens are associated with potential diagnostic challenges and risks in day-to-day practice. This experienced faculty has selected exemplary cases from their expert consultation files (and routine in-house cases) that illustrate recurrent professional practice gaps in urologic pathology. Through intimate mentoring, you will learn how to approach them, make accurate diagnoses, and avoid traps and pitfalls that could cause diagnostic error. The course is pragmatic, clinically-oriented and stimulating. It will focus on these issues:

• Benign tumor-like lesions of the prostate are often over-diagnosed as prostate cancer or atypical small acinar proliferations

• Secondary tumors involving the prostate are frequently misdiagnosed as prostate cancer

• Histological variants of prostate cancer with important clinical significance are under-recognized

• Therapy-related changes in benign glands and prostate cancer are frequently missed

• Extra-prostatic extension in prostate needle core biopsies is frequently missed • Recently described renal carcinomas are not well-appreciated

• Secondary tumors involving the kidney are occasionally misinterpreted as primary tumors

• Some variants of urothelial carcinoma are under-recognized

• Benign entities that mimic urothelial carcinoma are frequently misdiagnosed

• Testicular tumors still continue to pose diagnostic challenges

Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
Course Director: Adeboye O. Osunkoya

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October 5 - 8, 2020
Fairmont Orchid, Kohala Coast
Big Island of Hawaii


Dermatopathology Course



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October 12-15, 2020
Fairmont Orchid, Kohala Coast
Big Island of Hawaii


Surgical Pathology Course



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