Tumors of the Urinary and Male Genital Tract (Videos+PDFs)

Tumors of the Urinary and Male Genital Tract

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Product Details

  • Oakstone Price: $895.
  • Points to Download: 900 Points
  • Format: 13 Video Files (.mp4 format) + 1 PDF file.
  • File Size: 3.32 GB.
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Description:

Date of Original Release: April 1, 2014
Date Credits Expire: April 1, 2017

The course covers the salient aspects of urinary tract and male genital pathology, with special emphasis on the most recent developments, recent multinational consensus statements endorsed by the leading experts of WHO and ISUP. Special emphasis is given to new classifications, identification of new entities, the use of immunohistochemistry and molecular biology techniques. Specific lectures cover the most important aspects of pathology of the following organs: kidneys, urinary bladder, prostate, penis, testis and paratesticular structures.

Intended Audience

  • Hospital and laboratory based diagnostic pathologists, as well as academic pathologists and their trainees
  • Urologic oncologists and their trainees
  • Medical oncologists and their trainees

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
  • Discuss the most recent  histopathological classification of renal tumors, with special emphasis on the latest recommendations of the experts of WHO and ISUP. A correlation will be made between the histopathology and the response of these tumors to therapy
  • Recognize the subtypes of urinary bladder and penile  carcinomas, and the importance of pathologic diagnosis for the clinical prognosis and therapy of these tumors
  • Describe the variant forms of prostatic carcinoma and provide a practical algorithm to diagnosing them. The differential diagnosis of various histologic subtypes of prostatic carcinoma will be illustrated and supplemented with practice tested advices
  • Describe the most common forms of testicular cancer and to illustrate the difficulties one might face in correctly diagnosing them. Special emphasis will be on morphological changes seen in treated testicular cancers and their metastases

Topics/Speaker:

Adult Renal Tumors – WHO 2004 Classification – Ondrej Hes, MD, PhD
Adult Kidney Tumors – ISUP Vancouver 2012 Classification New Entities – Ondrej Hes, MD, PhD
Uncommon Renal Tumors, Newly Described Renal Neoplasms, and Pitfalls – Ondrej Hes, MD, PhD
Urothelial Carcinoma and its Variants – Liang Cheng, MD
Mesenchymal and Other Uncommon Tumors of the Urinary Bladder – Liang Cheng, MD
Inflammatory and Pseudoneoplastic Lesions of the Urinary System – Liang Cheng, MD
Carcinoma of the Penis – Basic Aspects – Antonio L. Cubilla, MD
Carcinoma of the Penis – Advances and New Developments – Antonio L. Cubilla, MD
Carcinoma of the Prostate – Peter A. Humphrey, MD
Uncommon Histopathologic Subtypes of Prostate Cancer – Peter A. Humphrey, MD
Germ Cell Tumors of the Testis – Ivan Damjanov, MD, PhD
Testicular Tumors II – Ivan Damjanov, MD, PhD
Urinary Cytopathology – Fang Fan, MD

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