Gynecologic Pathology:
New entities and new approaches to old problems

Program Overview

This year’s program, Gynecologic Pathology: New entities and new approaches to old problems, aims to provide practical reviews of recently described entities and contemporary approaches to commonly encountered diagnostically challenging areas of gynecologic pathology. In addition to expert faculty from University of Toronto, Dr. Brooke Howitt from Stanford University and Dr. Blake Gilks from University of British Columbia, will provide current perspectives in diagnostic criteria and classification, clinical correlation and ancillary studies. Highlights include updates on the classification of vulvar, cervical and endometrial carcinoma, judicious use of ancillary studies and how to deal with the intraoperative consultation.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this conference, the participants will be able to:

  1. Recognise new entities in gynecologic pathology
  2. Apply new classification schemas and current diagnostic criteria
  3. Utilize appropriate ancillary studies to diagnose gynecologic neoplasms
  4. Report clinically relevant histologic findings and ancillary tests to personalize patient management

 

Target Audience

  • Anatomic Pathologists
  • Clinical Pathologists
  • Surgical Pathologists
  • Pathobiologists