CAP ’13 – THE Pathologists’ Meeting – October 13 – 16, 2013™
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NEW  AP106  Gastrointestinal Pathology: Bridging the Gap Between Molecular and Practical

Sunday, October 13
2:00–5:30 PM

Medical Knowledge Patient Care

Targeted to practicing surgical pathologists and pathology residents, this session addresses problem areas in gastrointestinal pathology where immunohistochemical and molecular information impacts everyday practice. The presenter will discuss a practical approach to molecular testing for colorectal carcinoma; the latest recommendations for diagnosing, testing, management, and surveillance of serrated lesions of the gut, polyps, and polyposis syndromes; recent information on diagnosis, surveillance, and management of eosinophilic esophagitis and Barrett esophagus. Furthermore, you will learn about an application of WHO guidelines in the classification of neuroendocrine proliferations in the stomach and a practical approach to the differential diagnosis and molecular testing of stromal lesions of the gut.

You will learn to:

Robert E. Petras, MD, FCAP





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