Articles tagged with: Cytopathology/histology (see also Cytopathology and More) –
October 2014—Like many cytopathology trainees, Charanjeet Singh, MD, who recently completed a cytopathology fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, found it challenging at times to find classic examples of entities to learn from and to study for exams. Most texts he consulted contained just one or two images of a particular diagnosis. And the material in training programs from all specialties varies. Even though there is a large volume of cytology cases at MD Anderson, for example, it wasn’t enough to learn gynecologic cytology, which is why he pursued an elective rotation at Houston Methodist Hospital.
November 2013—Participants in the CAP cytopathology programs will have new modules to select and new cases to learn from in 2014. Samples of static images that accompany the Touch Imprint/Crush Prep cases. In gynecologic cytopathology, a new L module for education will feature liquid-based SurePath and ThinPrep slide methods only. These will be designated PAPL/APAPL, with a choice of series one or two.
March 2013—In patients with diabetes mellitus, hemoglobin A1c testing frequency is largely in line with recommended guidelines. In those same patients, LDL testing is not performed frequently enough, and urine protein testing frequency falls far short of recommendations.