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Test Webinar #1
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ISGyP LiVE Webinar – Problem Areas in the Diagnosis of Uterine Smooth Muscle Tumors. Dr. Esther Oliva
Inaugural event for the ISGyP LiVE educational series
ISGyP LiVE Podcast – How to review a medical article, with focus on Pathology Literature. Dr. Lora Hedrick-Ellenson and Dr. Kay Park
Dr. Hedrick-Ellenson and Dr. Park discuss the most important aspects of appraising the medical literature, with emphasis on Pathology as a discipline.
ISGyP LiVE Journal Club – Vulva and Vagina
Dr. Natalie Banet moderates the discussion of studies pertinent to the practice of Gynecological Pathology, led by pathology trainees.
ISGyP LiVE Podcast – p53 interpretation in squamous lesions of the vulva. Dr. Lynn Hoang
In this inaugural podcast, Carlos Parra-Herran is joined by Lynn Hoang to discuss her recent article on p53 immunohistochemistry in squamous lesions of the vulva, published in Modern Pathology (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32203095/).
ISGyP LiVE Slide Session – Uterine mesenchymal tumors with deceptively bland morphology. Dr. Joseph Rabban
Actual glass slides of cases will be presented with opportunities for audience questions. You may preview a few of the digital slides at this site: https://pathology.ucsf.edu/cases-isgyp-live-slide-session-sept-3-2020
ISGyP LiVE Podcast – Genomic profiling of endocervical adenocarcinoma. Dr. Carlos Parra-Herran
In this second podcast, Lynn Hoang and Carlos Parra-Herran discuss a recent article on the genomic characterization of HPV-related and gastric-type endocervical adenocarcinomas, published in the International Journal of Gynecological Pathology (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31855952/).
ISGyP LiVE Journal Club – Uterine mesenchymal tumors
Dr. Natalie Banet moderates the discussion of studies pertinent to the practice of Gynecological Pathology, led by pathology trainees. Articles to be presented: Croce S, Hostein I, Longacre TA, et al. Uterine and vaginal sarcomas resembling fibrosarcoma: a clinicopathological and molecular analysis of 13 cases showing common NTRK-rearrangements and the description of a COL1A1-PDGFB fusion novel to uterine neoplasms. Mod Pathol. 2019;32(7):1008-1022. Bennett JA, Lastra RR, Barroeta JE, et al. Uterine Tumor Resembling Ovarian Sex Cord Stromal Tumor (UTROSCT): A…
ISGyP LiVE Webinar – Endometrial carcinomas: The Use of histologic and molecular data to refine diagnosis and provide prognostically relevant information. Dr. Robert Soslow
ISGyP LiVE Podcast – Pathologic classification of vulvovaginal and adnexal smooth muscle tumors. Dr. Sadia Sayeed and Dr. Vatsal Patel
Drs. Sayeed and Patel discuss their recent studies on the classification of smooth muscle neoplasms of the vulvovaginal region and the adnexa (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28786880/; https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30702465/).
ISGyP LiVE Journal Club – Ovary, serous neoplasms
Dr. Natalie Banet moderates the discussion of studies pertinent to the practice of Gynecological Pathology, led by pathology trainees. Articles to be covered: Zarei S, et al. Clinicopathologic, Immunohistochemical, and Molecular Characteristics of Ovarian Serous Carcinoma With Mixed Morphologic Features of High-grade and Low-grade Serous Carcinoma. Am J Surg Pathol. 2020;44(3):316-328. Seidman JD, et al. Intratumoral Heterogeneity Accounts for Apparent Progression of Noninvasive Serous Tumors to Invasive Low-grade Serous Carcinoma: A Study of 30 Low-grade Serous Tumors of the Ovary…