Cleveland Clinic Multispecialty Pathology Symposium

Join us at Cleveland Clinic Multispecialty Pathology Symposium

Attend the symposium that will focus on practical discussions of commonly encountered dilemmas in surgical pathology, hematopathology, and cytology. The goal is to provide evidence-based guidance on the diagnosis and management of challenging cases in esophageal disease, inflammatory bowel disease, colorectal polyps, prostate and bladder lesions, lymphomas, ovarian and pelvic masses, gynecological cytology, and breast lesions. Practicing pathologists, fellows, and residents who attend will maintain, develop, and increase their knowledge, competence, and professional performance with the intent to improve patient care and reduce disease impact.
Who Should Attend?

Pathologists, Pathology Residents and Fellows
By Attending, You Will Be Able To:

Describe the pathologic characteristics, histology, and microphysiology that may indicate Barrett’s-related dysplasia and unusual patterns of ulcerative colitis.
Review relevant updates and new genitourinary entities included in WHO 2016.
Recognize and diagnose variants of prostate cancer, prostate cancer mimics, and uncommon urinary bladder lesions.
List key morphologic features and apply current diagnostic criteria to lobular and spindle cell lesions of the breast.
Describe histologic features of small B-cell, high grade B-cell, peripheral T-cell, and Hodgkin lymphomas.
Discuss cytologic-histologic correlation of squamous and glandular gynecologic lesions.
Recognize different patterns of ovarian neoplasms.