Cytopathology

This "Pathways" program provides Anatomic and Clinical Pathology cases that include a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. Cases for November include the following sub-specialties: Gynecological Pathology, Cytopathology and Pulmonary Pathology, Hematopathology, Clinical Microbiology, Clinical Chemistry, and Biochemical Genetics.

By MCL Education • November 12, 2021

This "Pathways" program provides an Anatomic Pathology case that includes a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. This case sub-specialty is Cytopathology and Pulmonary Pathology.

By MCL Education • November 12, 2021

This "Pathways" program provides Anatomic and Clinical Pathology cases that include a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. Cases for November include the following sub-specialties: Cytopathology, Forensic & Neuropathology, and Hematopathology.

By MCL Education • November 10, 2020

This "Pathways" program provides Anatomic Pathology case that includes a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. This case sub-specialty is Hematopathology.

By MCL Education • November 10, 2020

This "Pathways" program provides Anatomic and Clinical Pathology cases that include a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. Cases for March include the following sub-specialties: Bone and Soft Tissue, Clinical Chemistry, Cytopathology, Gastroenterology, Neuropathology, Pulmonary & Surgical.

By MCL Education • March 10, 2020

68-year-old female presented to the Emergency Department (ED) with complaints of progressive right-sided weakness and word finding difficulty for the previous 4 days. A computerized tomography (CT) scan was done which showed a 2.7 cm left frontal brain mass with surrounding vasogenic edema. Further workup also showed masses in the [...]

By MCL Education • March 10, 2020

This "Pathways" program provides Anatomic and Clinical Pathology cases that include a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. Cases for February include the following sub-specialties: Anatomic Pathology, Cytopathology, Clinical Microbiology, Gastroenterology, Hematopathology, Infectious Disease, and Laboratory Genetics & Genomics

By MCL Education • February 11, 2020

A 65-year-old man with history of treated anal intraepithelial neoplasia presents with new-onset diarrhea. A Papanicolaou-stained anal smear was performed for follow-up cancer screening.

Nicholas Boire, M.D., M.S.Resident, Anatomic and Clinical PathologyMayo Clinic@DrBoire Bobbi Pritt, M.D.Consultant, Clinical MicrobiologyMayo ClinicProfessor of Laboratory Medicine and PathologyMayo Clinic College of Medicine [...]
By MCL Education • February 11, 2020

Mayo Clinic laboratory experts share six case studies in this month’s “PathWays” post and are challenging you to test your cytopathology, anatomic and clinical, and molecular genetic pathology knowledge. Review the cases, take the quizzes, and learn how the correct diagnoses were made.

By MCL Education • May 14, 2019

Mayo Clinic laboratory experts share three case studies in this month’s “PathWays” post and are challenging you to test your anatomic and clinical pathology, laboratory genetics and genomics, and pathology and cytology knowledge. Review the cases, take the quizzes, and learn how the correct diagnoses were made.

By Michelle Odean • January 8, 2019

A 45-year-old woman presented with a 6 cm nodule in the upper arm. She had removed a bona fide lipoma from the same area >10 years ago. An MRI showed a suspected sarcoma and the lesion was excised.

By MCL Education • January 8, 2019

Mayo Clinic laboratory experts share four case studies in this month’s "PathWays" post and are challenging you to test your neuropathology and anatomic pathology knowledge. Review the cases, take the quizzes, and learn how the correct diagnoses were made.

By Erika Fetterman • September 11, 2018

A coronary sinus "thrombus" was removed during surgery and submitted for surgical pathology review. View the microscopic images and make your diagnosis.

By Erika Fetterman • December 19, 2017