Podcasts of the 2009 Diagnostic Cytology Seminar

Denver, Colorado
November 13-17, 2009

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Podcasts of the 2009 Diagnostic Cytology Seminar

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The Podcast package includes links to the Introduction and each of the eight Case Presentations, making it easy to view separately and at different times. Each link contains the presentation from the invited speaker and the case results from Moderator, Dr. Syed Ali.

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The package includes the following (individual presentations are not available):

Introduction – Syed Z. Ali, M.D.

Case #1 – Thomas A. Bonfiglio, M.D.

A 23 year-old Hispanic woman with epigastric abdominal pain that started during her 2nd month of gestation and steadily worsened. Radiologic scans showed a 12.0 cm mass off the inferior aspect of her stomach. The mass was aspirated via transabdominal U/S-guidance one week after she delivered. (Direct smear, Diff-Quik stain)

Case #2 – Diane Davis Davey, M.D.

An otherwise healthy 76 year-old man with h/o prostate cancer and renal cell carcinoma (s/p TURP and nephrectomy) was seen as part of his routine follow-up. Catherized urine. (SurePath®, Papanicolaou stain)

Case #3 – William J. Frable, M.D.

A 48 year-old man with an incidental 6 cm distal esophageal mass. Past history was significant for a hiatal hernia as well as esophageal varices found on endoscopy three years ago (for repeated hematemesis). EUS-guided FNA of esophagus. (Direct smear, Papanicolaou stain).

Case #4 – Shirley E. Greening, M.S., J.D., CFIAC

Abdominal paracentesis in a 75 year-old man who was found to have small bowel obstruction and a large pelvic mass. Past medical history was significant for a radical cysto-prostatectomy one year ago. (Cytospin, Papanicolaou stain)

Case #5 – Thomas A. Bonfiglio, M.D.

A 58 year-old man with bilateral lung transplant three years ago for severe COPD presents with pleural effusion and pleural-based lung nodules. A whole body pan scan (including brain) showed no masses or other lesions. An FNA of a lung mass was worked up with a battery of immunostains and showed GFAP reactivity. (Direct smear, Diff-Quik stain)

Case #6 – Diane Davis Davey, M.D.

A 65 year-old man presented with worsening headaches, dizziness and gait disturbance. Past medical history was significant for implanted defibrillator (for ventricular tachycardia) and a lower extremity surgery two years ago. Cerebrospinal fluid was obtained by lumbar puncture. (Cytospin, Diff-Quik stain)

Case #7 – William J. Frable, M.D.

A 28 year-old African-American woman was found to have a 3 cm left thyroid nodule on U/S. The nodule has shown a gradual increase in size, over the course of 2 years. She is euthyroid and gave no history of radiation in the past. U/S-guided FNA. (Direct smear, Papanicolaou stain)

Case #8 – Shirley E. Greening, M.S., J.D., CFIAC

A 56 year-old post-menopausal woman has no significant past medical history. Social history of illicit drug use. Routine cervical specimen. (SurePath®) 

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