-- George L. Mutter, MD - "EIN (Endometrial Intraepithelial Neoplasia)
and Ambiguous Premalignant Endometrial Lesions"
8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
-- Hailing from world-renowned Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston,
Dr. Mutter adds his expertise on diagnosis of neoplastic and
metaplastic lesions. He will also help attendees learn to segregate
lesions into precancerous and non-precancerous based on recent data
and clinical trials. Incorporating actual patient examples into his
seminar, Dr. Mutter will also touch on lab error, artifacts and
hormonal effects and how they factor into accurate diagnosis.
-- Friday, Oct. 19
J. Robin Warren, MD - Keynote Address, "Helicobabacter Pylori - The
Ease and Difficulty of a New Discovery"
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
After an unexpected scientific discovery, a Nobel Prize and years
of teaching pathology at the University of Western Australia, Dr.
Warren will talk about how his findings linking a little-known
bacterium to the common, painful ailment of ulcers has changed the
shape of diagnosis and prevention.
-- Frank A. Mitros, MD, FASCP - Video Tutorial: "Differential
Diagnosis of Non-Neoplastic Liver Diseases"
8:30 - 9:45 a.m.
-- Attendees at this interactive and informal session will learn the
latest approach to the slide with a description of how to piece
major morphologic findings into a limited differential diagnosis.
Dr. Mitros will go on to explain how to use the findings to further
resolve the differential using video and an LCD screen for
-- John R. Ball, MD, JD, MACP, ASCP Executive VP; Lee H. Hilborne, MD,
MPH, DLM (ASCP), FASCP, ASCP President-Elect; Janice K. Jesse, MD,
FASCP, ASCP Fellow Council Chair-Elect - "ASCP Fellow Counc
|SOURCE American Society for Clinical Pathology|
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