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USCAP Presents:
Contemporary Cytopathology: A Practical Approach

Cytopathology possesses inherent diagnostic challenges in routine daily practice, compounded in recent years by numerous developments. Novel entities have been described, molecular alterations have been discovered, and multiple major shifts in diagnostic classification schemes have been introduced. It is difficult for pathologists to stay current and maintain proficiency in cytopathology without supplemental training and education.

There is growing demand and expectation by clinicians for pathologists to provide contemporary cytology services in this era of precision medicine, emphasizing cytopathology’s critical role as adjunct to targeted therapies. Accurate diagnosis is paramount to the initiation of appropriate treatment and depends on specific skills, clinical knowledge, awareness of the broad cytomorphologic range and overlap of lesions that may be encountered, and familiarity with ancillary tests.

This course is pragmatic, clinically oriented and stimulating. The selected cases are associated with potential diagnostic challenges and risks in day-to-day practice. Four experts provide an intimate mentoring experience in a superb learning environment that reflects USCAP’s educational standards.

Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
Course Director: Zahra Maleki, MD

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GIPS and USCAP Present:
The Old and The New: A Comprehensive Approach to the GI Tract

This comprehensive approach to the gastrointestinal system is designed to educate general pathologists, junior GI pathologists and pathologists-in-training on problematic areas of common and unusual lesions, the newest guidelines and how they impact the diagnostic process, and practical approaches and tips to avoid diagnostic pitfalls. The structure of this course, divided along the GI anatomic landscape, allows the faculty to emphasize key diagnostic features of inflammatory, infectious and neoplastic pathology as encountered in biopsy and resection specimens. The cases are selected to assist in developing an appropriate differential with emphasis on how to navigate to the correct diagnosis. Supplementary cases and special studies will augment the discussion to present the full morphologic spectrum and show how to incorporate ancillary studies effectively. At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to develop and work through the differential diagnostic possibilities and render the best possible diagnosis. This is USCAP mentoring at its best!

Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
Course Directors: Gregory Y. Lauwers, MD and Christina A. Arnold, MD

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Save the Date
October 11-14, 2021
Fairmont Kea Lani, Wailea
Maui, Hawaii


Dermatopathology in Paradise Course



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USCAP Presents:
Hematopathology Tasting Menu: A Sampling of Delightful Diagnostic Challenges

The most recent (2016) WHO classification of hematologic neoplasms delineates specific diagnostic criteria for well-defined neoplastic entities. However, pathologists who diagnose bone marrow biopsies and lymphoid proliferations often face challenges that are not directly addressed by the WHO system or represent reactive conditions that may mimic hematologic malignancies. These include atypical morphologic features, unexpected immunostaining patterns, and discordant genetic features in neoplastic entities. Pathologists often have difficulties applying the WHO criteria if they are not fully concordant with the expected patterns and/or if they are relatively new entities with which pathologists may be unfamiliar. Moreover, there is inherent subjectivity in interpreting morphologic findings and even the results of ancillary testing. The literature contains reports about the intrinsic interobserver variability in making hematopathology diagnoses and pitfalls when applying established criteria. This course aims to bridge the practice gaps between the 'ideal world' WHO classification system and the 'real world' of hematopathology diagnosis by presenting challenging case examples.

These cases will illustrate how to interpret correctly and apply morphologic criteria in diagnosing hematologic neoplasms (including newer entities), how to avoid diagnosing malignancy in benign mimics, and how appropriately to integrate the results of ancillary testing with the morphology, particularly when there are discordant or unexpected results. We will provide participants with guidelines on how practically to approach such cases and avoid misdiagnosis, thereby improving their performance in daily practice. The target audience is general pathologists who diagnose bone marrow and lymphoid lesions, practicing hematopathologists and hematopathology fellows.

Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
Course Director: Robert P. Hasserjian, MD

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Save the Date
October 18-21, 2021
Fairmont Kea Lani, Wailea
Maui, Hawaii


Surgical Pathology Course



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USCAP Presents:
Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology from Head to Toe: An Anatomical Approach

Bone and soft tissue pathology is challenging, even for experienced surgical pathologists. Mesenchymal tumors are rare, show a wide morphologic spectrum with significant histologic overlap between benign and malignant tumors and between mesenchymal and non-mesenchymal tumors. Moreover, the classification of bone and soft tissue tumors continues to evolve with rare "new" entities being described with ever-increasing frequency on the basis of distinctive molecular or histologic features. As the field grows more complex, surgical pathologists may struggle to stay up to date with new entities, changes in staging guidelines, recently developed immunohistochemical and molecular diagnostic tests, and may therefore struggle with accurate diagnosis. To help resolve these issues and update your current knowledge, USCAP is offering a unique mentoring opportunity with experienced educators who can help you focus on these updates through interactive dialogue and shared exemplary cases.

Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
Course Director: Elizabeth G. Demicco, MD, PhD

[#8484-14]


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Save the Date
June 12-15, 2022
Fairmont Grand Del Mar
Del Mar, CA


Surgical Pathology Course



Website

[#8193-5]




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Save the Date
October 3-6, 2022
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa at Kaanapali
Maui, Hawaii


Dermatopathology in Paradise Course



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Save the Date
October 10-13, 2022
Surgical Pathology Course
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa at Kaanapali
Maui, Hawaii


Surgical Pathology Course



Website

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