Bone marrow pathology and cutaneous lymphomas are often considered difficult topics. Assessment of the trephine biopsy and classification of cutaneous lymphomas often require the input of haematologists and dermatologists. In this workshop, we will discuss the approach to these specimens in the light of the 2016 updated WHO Classification for haematolymphoid neoplasms.
An innovative feature of this course is the liberal use of electronic resources. Ahead of the course, participants will be able to download videos from a weblink that integrate didactic lectures with microscopic sessions that incorporate histopathology, immunohistochemistry, as well as results of fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and clonality analysis by PCR. To make most efficient use of limited time, participants have access to the educational material ahead of the meeting, which will be dedicated to discussion of difficult cases provided by both the organizers and the participants.
The main goal is to provide a general but sufficiently comprehensive review of histopathology and molecular diagnostics as applied to bone marrow pathology and cutaneous lymphomas.
This course is suitable for practicing pathologists, pathology fellows and residents and clinicians managing such haematolymphoid conditions.
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