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|Pre-Analytical Considerations: How to Get the Most Out of Tiny Biopsies and Cytology Specimens
|55 F nonsmoker. Imaging suggests widely metastatic lung cancer. The oncologist orders transbronchial FNA and molecular testing.
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|78 M with left thigh melanoma and progressive disease in inguinal lymph nodes. The oncologist orders an ultrasound guided core biopsy and molecular testing.
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|75 M with colorectal cancer and liver mets. Oncologist requests image guided core biopsy of the liver and molecular testing.
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|Biomarker Detection Using Immunohistochemistry: Interpretation and Regulation
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|The Utility of Molecular Testing in Soft Tissue Pathology
|55-year-old female with thigh mass.
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|40-year-old female with an abdominal wall mass.
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|20-year-old male with foot mass.
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|RNA-Sequencing: A Powerful Tool for the Identification of Clinically Significant Gene Fusions in Sarcomas and Other Tumors
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|Miscellaneous Pitfalls in Gynecological Pathology: Molecular Testing to the Rescue!
|33 F missed abortion.
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|59 F multiple lung lesions.
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|50 F, AGUS Pap test. Tumor is seen in both the endometrial and endocervical curettage.
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|Molecular Testing in Gynecologic Mesenchymal Tumors
|26-year-old post-hysterectomy for uterine sarcoma; no adjuvant therapy; now with vaginal cuff lesion 2 months later.
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|51-year-old underwent resection of 4 cm vaginal mass.
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|49-year-old underwent hysterectomy for enlarging uterine mass.
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|63-year-old underwent hysterectomy for enlarging uterine mass.
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|56-year-old underwent hysterectomy for multiple uterine leiomyomas.
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|56-year-old underwent curettage for postmenopausal bleeding and a polypoid uterine mass.
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|Molecular Classification of Endometrial Cancer: Practical Concepts
|75 F deeply invasive endometrial cancer with metastasis to para-aortic node.
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|Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma
|47-year-old man with cervical lymphadenopathy.
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|66-year-old female presenting with weakness, fatigue, weight loss, and splenomegaly.
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|67-year-old female presenting with weakness, fatigue, weight loss, and splenomegaly.
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|68-year-old female presenting with weakness, fatigue, weight loss, and splenomegaly.
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|69-year-old female presenting with weakness, fatigue, weight loss, and splenomegaly.
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|70-year-old female presenting with weakness, fatigue, weight loss, and splenomegaly.
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|71-year-old female presenting with weakness, fatigue, weight loss, and splenomegaly.
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|A 67-year-old woman presents with a lung nodule that was discovered incidentally on a CT scan performed for cholecystitis. The nodule is a ground glass opacity measuring 1.2 cm, which has not appreciably changed during one year of follow-up. She is a never smoker. What driver mutation is most likely based on tumor morphology?
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|A 74-year-old man with a 60 pack-year history of smoking presents with cough, and is found to have a 3.2 cm lung mass. What driver mutation is most likely based on tumor morphology?
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|A 52-year-old woman presents with ataxia. Brain imaging shows multiple lesions worrisome for metastasis. PET CT reveals a 4.2 cm lung mass. What driver mutation is most likely based on tumor morphology?
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|A 70-year-old man with an 80 pack-year smoking history presents with hemoptysis. Chest CT shows a 5.2 cm hilar lung mass. Based on the histology, what ancillary test is the patient’s oncologist most likely to be interested in?
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|Molecular Pathology of Melanocytic Proliferation: A Brief Overview
|A 19-year-old male patient noticed a 4 mm pink papule on left ear (slightly above ear lobe). This papule has been there for over two years, and the patient felt it was slowly growing. There was no ulceration or bleeding. The lesion was not painful or itchy.
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|Molecular Diagnostics in Spindle Cell Lesions of the Breast
|63-year-old female with 5 cm left breast mass.
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|66-year-old female with palpable, rapidly growing 2 cm right breast mass.
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|Molecular Pathology of “Triple-Negative Breast Carcinoma”: Case Illustrations
|44-year-old female with palpable 2 cm left breast mass.
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|50-year-old female with 1.5 cm left breast mass identified on routine screening mammography.
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|A 54-year-old man presented with mood and personality changes, and occasional black-out spells. MRIs of the brain revealed a tumor diffusely infiltrating the left frontal lobe and corpus callosum, harboring regions of heterogeneous post-contrast enhancement. The patient underwent an open biopsy of the tumor.
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|A 7-year-old boy presented with intermittent episodes of vomiting and loss of consciousness. MRIs of the brain revealed a T2-hyperintense, bubbly-appearing mass in the right parieto-occipital lobe, which harbored nodular areas of post-contrast enhancement. The patient underwent tumor resection.