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Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 6/18

June 2018—Impact of pattern of invasion in invasive endocervical adenocarcinoma: The pattern-based classification system for human papillomavirus-related endocervical adenocarcinoma, which classifies tumors based on the destructiveness of stromal invasion, can be used in predicting the risk of nodal metastases and adverse outcome.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 5/18

May 2018—Outcomes related to use of hygroscopic sonographically detectable clips: The use of hygroscopic sonographically detectable clips (HSDCs) has dramatically increased in recent years, especially for breast cancer patients who undergo neoadjuvant chemotherapy. The authors conducted a study to define the appearance of HSDC sites in histopathological specimens and allow pathologists to recognize these sites and differentiate them from other lesions.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 4/18

April 2018—Confirmation of ProMisE: a clinical classifier for endometrial cancer: Classification of endometrial carcinomas by morphologic features is irreproducible and imperfectly reflects tumor biology. The authors developed the Proactive Molecular Risk Classifier for Endometrial Cancer (ProMisE) molecular classification system, based on The Cancer Genome Atlas genomic subgroups, and sought to confirm its feasibility and prognostic ability in a new, large cohort of endometrial carcinomas (ECs).

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 3/18

March 2018—Magee equation 3 for predicting response to chemotherapy in some breast tumors: Magee equations were derived as an inexpensive, rapid alternative to the Oncotype DX commercial assay. Magee equation 3 uses immunohistochemical and FISH data for estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone receptor (PR), HER2, and Ki-67 for its calculation: 24.30812+ERIHC×​(–.02177)+PRIHC×(−0.02884)+(0 for HER2 negative, 1.46495 for equivocal, 12.75525 for HER2 positive)+Ki-67×0.18649.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 2/18

February 2018—ARTEMIS trial: quantifying pathological response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy: The Affordability and Real-World Antiplatelet Treatment Effectiveness after Myocardial Infarction Study, also known as the ARTEMIS trial, tested standard neoadjuvant chemotherapy with or without bevacizumab in the treatment of HER2-negative early breast cancer.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 1/18

January 2018—Analysis of desmoplastic pattern at the tumor front in colorectal cancer subtypes: Although recent findings of cancer biology research indicate that prognostic power arises from genes expressed by stromal cells rather than epithelial cells, desmoplastic reaction has not been completely examined as a prognostic marker for colorectal cancer. The authors conducted a pathologic review of 821 stage II and III patients who underwent R0 resection for colorectal cancer at four independent institutions.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 12/17

December 2017—Gene mutations in HPV-negative penile squamous cell carcinoma: The majority of penile squamous cell carcinomas are caused by transforming human papillomavirus infection. The etiology of HPV-negative cancers is unclear, but TP53 mutations have been implicated. Archival tissue from 108 invasive squamous cell carcinomas from a single pathology institution in a low-incidence area were analyzed for HPV-DNA and p16INK4A overexpression and for TP53 mutations by Ion Torrent next-generation sequencing.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 11/17

November 2017—MCM2: an alternative to Ki-67 for measuring breast cancer cell proliferatio: Breast cancer is a heterogeneous disease comprised of a diversity of tumor subtypes that manifest themselves in a wide variety of clinical, pathological, and molecular features.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 10/17

October 2017—Lymph node yield is an independent predictor of survival in rectal cancer: Lymph node yield is used as a marker of adequate oncological resection. The American Joint Committee on Cancer recommends at least 12 nodes to confirm node-negative disease for rectal cancer. However, it is not always possible to achieve a lymph node yield of 12, particularly in patients who have undergone neoadjuvant treatment.

Anatomic Pathology Abstracts, 9/17

Editors: Michael Cibull, MD, professor emeritus, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington; Rouzan Karabakhtsian, MD, PhD, associate professor of …

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