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14e Journée de FMC 29 Sept 17

le 29-09-2018 Amphithéatre Constant Burg/Institut Curie - 12 rue Lhomond - 75005 Paris


Inscription Uniquement sur Place (Chèque ou espèce)
Référence DPC 26931700035
This 1-day Course organized by Dr. Geneviève BELLEANNEE
- It will consist of lectures alternating with discussions of cases From 9 AM to 5:30 PM




Référence DPC : 26931700035

This 1-day Course organized by Dr. Geneviève BELLEANNEE
- It will consist of lectures alternating with discussions of cases.
From 9 AM to 5:30 PM

POT-POURRI IN THYROID PATHOLOGY - Prof. Manuel SOBRINHO-SIMÕES
The chairperson of the session: Prof. Serge GUYETANT (CHRU, Hôpital Trousseau, Tours)
9 AM to 12:30 PM
Justification
A very common pathology, most frequent sources of diagnostic difficulties Recent development of thyroid tumors classification
Objectives
Describe and diagnose the common types of well differentiated (papillary and follicular), poorly differentiated and undifferentiated carcinomas, as well as medullary carcinoma.
Make the differential diagnosis of the major types of encapsulated follicular patterned tumours
– follicular adenoma, follicular variant of papillary carcinoma and minimally invasive follicular carcinoma
– learning to insert in the aforementioned frame the following “entities”: follicular tumour of uncertain malignant potential UMP), well differentiated tumour, UMP, and Non-invasive follicular thyroid neoplasia with papillary-like nuclear features (NIFTP).
Select the most promising immunohistochemical and molecular markers for diagnostic and prognostic/predictive purposes in the field of thyroid oncology.
Settings objectives
The well-known diagnosis of thyroid lesions and pseudo lesions difficulties initiate many requests of second diagnosis by experts


GI TRACT PATHOLOGY - Dr. Rhonda K. YANTISS
The chairperson of the session: Prof. Benoît TERRIS (APHP Cochin, Paris)
2 PM to 5:30 PM
TOPIC 1 - Differential diagnoses of celiac disease and IBD
Cases 1 to 4
Justification
A wide variety of different entities cause villous architectural distortion, simulating the features of celiac disease and causing diagnostic challenges for pathologists. Distinguishing between IBD and potential mimics is also problematic.
Objectives
Recognize celiac disease in mucosal biopsy samples and distinguish it from potential mimics Generate a differential diagnosis for chronic colitis Classify infectious agents present in mucosal biopsy samples
Settings objectives
A number of unrelated entities may result in duodenal biopsies that show increased chronic inflammation and variable villous architectural distortion, resulting in diagnostic confusion. Artifacts in normal biopsies can be misinterpreted to represent disease.
TOPIC 2 - Cancer biopsies, polyps, and artifacts
Cases 5 to 8
Justification
Benign mimics of invasive adenocarcinoma can cause significant diagnostic confusion for pathologists and, conversely, pathologists may overlook subtle features of cancer in biopsy material.
Objectives
Distinguish invasive adenocarcinoma from pseudoinvasion in colorectal adenomas Recognize histologic clues to the presence of scant cancer in superficial samples Understand common artifacts that mimic features of carcinoma
Settings objectives
Colorectal polyps that show epithelium in the submucosa pose diagnostic challenges, as many benign lesions can simulate invasive adenocarcinomas, particularly in artifactually distorted samples. Scant carcinoma in biopsy samples can be easily overlooked owing to similarities to benign conditions.

LECTURERS
Dr. Rhonda K. YANTISS
no conflict of interest
Chief of the gastrointestinal and liver pathology service, which supports the physicians and surgeons involved in the care of patients with gastrointestinal disease.
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Weill Cornell Medicine
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
525 East 68th Street - New York, NY 10065 - USA
T 212.746.2824
F 212.746.0465
rhy2001@med.cornell.edu
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Prof. Manuel SOBRINHO-SIMÕES
no conflict of interest
Director
IPATIMUP (http://www.ipatimup.pt)
Rua Júlio Amaral de Carvalho - 45 4200-135 Porto - Portugal
Tel.: 351-22 557 07 00
Fax: 351-22 557 07 99
ssimoes@ipatimup.pt
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TECHNICAL SUPPORT
The virtual slides of the cases will be available on the Website of the IAP French Division.
A handout (in English and in French, with color pictures) will be distributed on site at the beginning of the meeting.
After the meeting the PPT presentation will be on the Website of the IAP French Division (access limited to registered participants).

The fees included registration, handout and coffee breaks.

TUITION FEE
230 euros for any Division IAP member 2017
250 euros for IAP non-member 2017

Pas de règlement en ligne
100 euros pour les AHU à jour de cotisation 2017 - justificatif obligatoire à joindre
150 euros pour les AHU non-membres 2017 - justificatif obligatoire à joindre
50 euros pour les internes à jour de cotisation 2017







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