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May 16, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm (EDT)
“2012 Updated ASCCP Consensus Management Guidelines for Women with Abnormal Cervical Cancer Screening Tests”
Presented by Eric C. Huang, MD, PhD
May 28, 2013
Critical Values and Issues in Reporting Cytology
Andrew Renshaw, MD
The cytology report represents the main product of the cytology
laboratory. While the diagnosis remains the most important part of this report, more and more people other than the cytologist and clinician are using the report for research and quality assurance purposes. This is affecting both the format and content of the report. I summarize various ways people have used to try and make the cytology report more accurate and useful for its users, and suggest how it will continue to change in the future.
Featured Case Study
FNA of an Inguinal Mass
A 44 year old man presented to the FNA clinic with a 2 cm right inguinal mass. Two years earlier, the patient underwent resection of a 3 cm subcutaneous mass from the lateral aspect of his right foot. A fine needle aspiration of the inguinal mass was performed by the pathologist.
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