Lymph Node – ASC Archived Cyto-econferences

Lymph Node

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rchive Item Code: 3800-K

Item Name:  Role of Fine Needle Aspiration in the Diagnosis of Hematopoietic Lesions
Rana S. Hoda, MD, FIAC and Scott Ely, MD

Presentation date: February 28, 2017; Expires: February 28, 2020
Lymphoma is commonly encountered in fine needle aspiration (FNA) cytology. The diagnosis and sub-classification of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, particularly, low-grade lymphomas, can be extremely difficult in cytology. The main reasons being morphological overlap between the various types of low-grade lymphomas, difficulty of distinguishing these lymphomas from benign lymphoid process and inappropriate triage of FNA sample. The strength of this interactive conference is its combination of a cytopathologist and hematopathologist, both experts in their field, to discuss their approach to and address the challenges of diagnosing lymphoma. Current lymphoma classification, reporting terminology and pertinent treatment will be also be addressed. Participants attending this session will walk away knowing precisely how to diagnose and sign out the various types of lymphomas.


rchive Item Code: 3800-G

Item Name:  Cytopathologist Ultrasound Guided (US) FNA
Susan D. Rollins, MD, FCAP, FIAC and Rosemary Tambouret, MD

Presentation date: October 25, 2016; Expires: October 25, 2019
Cytopathologist performed USFNA streamlines and increases the sensitivity and specificity of the FNA procedure and makes more lesions accessible to the cytopathologist for biopsy. Participants will learn the benefits of cytologist-performed USFNA, understand the pre-requisition needed to perform USFNA, see patient examples of USFNA and learn basic ultrasound terminology related to image interpretation.


Archive Item Code: 3600-C

Item Name: Pediatric Cytopathology: Common Entities and Diagnostic Dilemmas
Sara E. Monaco, MD

Presentation date: June 24, 2014; Expires: June 24, 2017
The webinar will be a practical review and discussion of selected cases in pediatric cytopathology; illustrating a variety of common and uncommon entities seen in young patients.  Each case will be presented with a review of the cytopathological findings, followed by the differential diagnosis and pitfalls to be aware of in children.  There will also be a discussion of the utility of different ancillary studies in select cases.  The cases will cover common infectious, lymphoid, and small round blue cell tumors that occur in pediatric cytopathology, in addition to uncommon entities that one should be aware of and consider in the differential diagnosis.


Archive Item Code: 3500-F

Item Name: Diagnostic Approach to Lymphoproliferative Neoplasms in Cytology Specimens
Oscar Lin, MD, PhD

Presentation Date: September 24, 2013; Expires: September 24, 2016
Lymphoproliferative lesions are commonly seen in cytology specimens, including needle aspirations as well as exfoliative cytology. Accurate diagnosis of these lesions requires correlation of the morphologic findings with ancillary studies and clinical findings. Knowledge of the limitations in cytology cases is important to avoid unnecessary work up and misinterpretation. The objective of this presentation is to provide a methodological approach to lymphoproliferative lesions in cytology specimens.