Symposia at Sea: Practical GI and Hepatobiliary Pathology: Navigating the Rough Water is organized by Educational Symposia (ESI) and will be held from Jun 18 - 30, 2019 at Crown Princess, Southampton, England, United Kingdom.
This CME activity is primarily intended and designed to educate pathologists. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
About The Meeting
This seminar is designed to provide a practical review of current topics in gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary pathology. Dr. Eric Yee and Dr. Felicia Allard will discuss basic to advanced topics and provide pitfalls and pearls to gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary pathology diagnosis. Topics will range from inflammatory conditions to neoplasia with an emphasis on integrating clinically relevant issues and providing updates for the practicing surgical pathologist.
Attendees should, at the completion of this course, be able to:
• Differentiate between pT3 and pT4a tumors and recognize the clinical implications.
• Explain the nuances in pathologic staging of colorectal cancer and the potential impact on clinical management.
• Describe the current recommendations for molecular biomarker testing in colorectal cancer.
• Recognize the diagnostic features of neoplasia in Barrett’s esophagus.
• Explain current guidelines for clinical diagnosis and management in Barrett’s esophagus.
• Develop an approach to assessing “chronic colitis” and know its differential diagnosis.
• Demonstrate increase knowledge of the differential diagnosis in small intestinal biopsies with villous blunting.
• Discuss the wide spectrum of mucosal injury patterns associated with drug injury.
• Identify key features and understand limitations when assessing EUS-guided biopsies of the GI tract.
• Master the recommended terminology for neuroendocrine tumors in the GI tract and understand implications for clinical management.
• Identify and stage appendiceal neoplasms using current guidelines.
• Recognize the diagnostic features of common entities in the differential diagnosis of well-differentiated hepatocellular lesions.
• Be aware of limitations of immunohistochemistry in the diagnosis hepatocellular lesions and recognize mimics.
• Recognize features of non-cirrhotic portal hypertension, mimics of cirrhosis, and changes that can occur in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.
• Identify a variety of uncommon diagnostic entities that occur in the GI tract.
|Contact No. :||813-806-1000
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|CME Course Fee||31 May,2019||USD 1095.00|