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Gynecologic pathology: the basics, the controversies and the future

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Gynecologic pathology: the basics, the controversies and the future

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This is a second edition of a 3 day course and workshop is designed for general surgical pathologists, pathologists with a specialty interest in Gynecologic pathology, and pathologists-in-training. The aim of the course is to provide participants with a comprehensive review and update of selected topics in gynecologic pathology. The speakers are leaders in the field who will give their perspectives on a variety of subjects, ranging from non-neoplastic lesions to common and unusual tumors and tumor-like lesions of the female genital tracts. There will be opportunities to bring one's own cases for consultation and discussion during the breaks and after the scheduled program. The course includes lectures and slide seminar discussions, and printed and electronic handout materials will be available.

 

22-24th of June 2017
Warsaw, Poland

Radisson Blu Hotel****
24 Grzybowska Street
00-132 WARSAW - POLAND
tel: (+48) 22 321 8888
fax: (+48) 22 321 8889
mail: info.warsaw@radissonblu.com 
website: www.radissonblu.com/pl/hotel-warsaw  

Esther Oliva, Rob Soslow, Javier Matias-Guiu Guia

Esther Oliva, M.D., Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Rob Soslow, M.D., Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Javier Matias-Guiu Guia, M.D., GENCAT

Introduction

This is a second edition of a 3 day course and workshop is designed for general surgical pathologists, pathologists with a specialty interest in Gynecologic pathology, and pathologists-in-training. The aim of the course is to provide participants with a comprehensive review and update of selected topics in gynecologic pathology. The speakers are leaders in the field who will give their perspectives on a variety of subjects, ranging from non-neoplastic lesions to common and unusual tumors and tumor-like lesions of the female genital tracts. There will be opportunities to bring one's own cases for consultation and discussion during the breaks and after the scheduled program. The course includes lectures and slide seminar discussions, and printed and electronic handout materials will be available.