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USCAP Pearls and Pitfalls (Plain or Splashy) in Daily Urologic Pathology Practice 2023 (CME VIDEOS)


Urologic pathology represents a significant portion of the daily surgical pathology practice. Accurate diagnoses, grading and staging of genitourinary tumors are essential for determining adequate treatment strategies and outcome. It is important for practicing pathologists to be up-to-date regarding the evolving field of urologic tumor pathology to be able to correctly identify lesions and compile pathology reports including all the elements necessary for appropriate patient management. New developments have occurred in uropathology, stemming from recent consensus conferences, updates and practice guidelines on prostate, bladder, testis, penile and kidney pathology, the recently published 8th edition of the AJCC staging manual, and the upcoming publication of the 2022 WHO Blue Book on Urinary and Male Genital Tumors (1-8).
Target Audience
Practicing academic and community pathologists, and pathologists-in-training
Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this educational activity, learners will be able to:
– Distinguish benign mimickers from neoplastic processes
– Review strategies and useful tips for diagnosing difficult common and uncommon urologic lesions
– Correctly apply current grading and staging criteria for urologic tumors
– Review appropriate use if IHC markers to establish accurate diagnoses
– Recognize emerging urologic tumor entities with important clinical implications
Items Included in the Purchase of this Course
Kidney – Kiril Trpkov, MD
Testis/Paratestis – Maria Tretiakova, MD, PhD
Bladder and Penis – Priya Rao, MD
Prostate – Cristina Magi-Galluzzi, MD, PhD

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