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March 15, 2017
Evolution in Action: Cytotechnologists and USFNA
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Adele O. Kraft, MD
Department of Pathology
Virginia Commonwealth University System
Mary Ellen Clark
Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
- Outline how Cytotechnologist’s role has evolved to include imaging and procedure assistance in the experience of an ultrasound-guided FNA (USFNA) service in an academic Pathology Department setting.
- Identify the steps necessary for a Cytotechnologist to become an active part of a USFNA service, making use of a suggested timeline and available learning resources.
- Recognize the advantages and challenges of active Cytotechnologist’s participation in USFNA, from a Cytotechnologist’s and from a Cytopathologist’s point of view.
Christopher Watt, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Associate Director Molecular Pathology
Residency Program Co-Director
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
- Recognize the most common genetic lesions found in lung cancer
- Discuss quality control measures and laboratory workflows associated with molecular testing in solid tumors
- Understand the strengths and limitations of cytology specimens in the molecular analysis of lung cancer
September 13, 2017
Indeterminate/Atypical Thyroid Cytology on Fine Needle Aspiration: A Cyto-Histo Correlation and Recent Updates on the Role of Molecular Testing
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Rema A. Rao, MD
Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Associate Director, Pathology Residency Training Program
Weill Cornell Medicine
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Papanicolaou Cytopathology Laboratory
New York, New York
- Review cytological criteria of the "indeterminate" categories in the Bethesda System of Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology
- Demonstrate the diagnostic value of correlation of "indeterminate" categories with clinical, imaging and subsequent histology
- Understand the role of molecular tests in thyroid FNAs