Breast Pathology 2017

A symposium on breast pathology was be held on 24-25th November 2017, at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London

PDFs of the presentations can be downloaded by clicking on the lecture titles below:

Friday 24th November 2017

Digital Pathology – Use in breast pathology reporting David Snead

Proliferative breast lesions: hyperplasia, FEA, ADH, and LN (including PLCIS) Abeer Shaaban

Papillary lesions Caterina Marchio

Diagnosis of rare breast tumours (including uncommon special types, salivary gland and skin appendage tumours) Ian Ellis

Approach to complex breast excisions and margins – including multifocal lesions, post-neoadjuvant excisions, oncoplastic specimens and reconstructions Elena Provenzano

Axillary lymph nodes, handling and reporting post-Z11 and TNM8; when is a micrometastasis not a micrometastasis? Colin Purdie

Tumour infiltrating lymphocytes: clinical significance & histological reporting Sunil Badve

Update on the use of molecular assays in breast cancer in the UK and the 100k genome project Louise Jones

Why are pathologists so bad at grading DCIS? Jeremy Thomas

Spindled cell, myoepithelial and epithelial/myoepithelial lesions Zsolt Hodi

Is it a fibroadenoma or benign phyllodes tumour? Andrew Lee

Immunohistochemistry for problem solving (and causing problems) Cecily Quinn


Saturday 25th November 2017

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