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NEW  AP121  Diagnosis of Urinary Tract Lesions Using Integrated Histological, Cytological, and Molecular FISH Approaches

Tuesday, October 15
8:00–11:30 AM

Patient Care Medical Knowledge

Learn how to interpret urinary tract lesions using an integrated histology, cytology, and molecular FISH approach in daily practice. The presenters will provide an overview of the systematic diagnostic approaches to urinary tract lesions in both surgical pathology and cytopathology and a short overview of the application and limitations of molecular FISH test. Additionally, 10 case studies will illustrate how clinical, histologic, cytologic, and FISH findings can be integrated to formulate the best diagnoses. The cases cover biopsy artifacts, viral infection, radiation and chemo-cystitis, histologic variants, grading and staging of bladder cancer, and differential diagnosis of glandular and squamous lesions.

You will learn to:

Longwen Chen, MD, PhD, FCAP
Ming Zhou, MD, PhD, FCAP





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