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The 2014 Pathology Congress Meeting Report

The 2014 Pathology Congress Meeting Report

This Euroscicon meeting which took place on the 4th December 2014, summarizes sessions from the third day of the 2014 Pathology Congress, concerned with Biomarkers and Advancements in Histopathology and Cytopathology and was chaired by Dr Consolato Sergi from the University of Alberta, Canada

Meeting Chair:

Professor Consolato Sergi, Professor of Pathology and Adj. Professor of Paediatrics, University of Alberta, Canada

Author: Ms Franziska Maria Ippen

Harvard Medical School/Heidelberg Medical School

Editors: Dr Shara Cohen and Dr Astrid Englezou

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Contents

INTRODUCTION

Companion diagnostic tests for targeted cancer treatment: advances and challenges

Diagnosing vitamin B12 deficiency using static and functional markers

Screening serum biomarkers on cancer patients: using mass spectrometry to answer clinical questions

Paediatric liver tumours. pearls and pitfalls

Histopathologic diagnosis in the era of new and old yeast infections in critically ill surgical patients

Application of digital cytology for gynaecological cytology – Georgian experience

Tanycytic ependymoma: Presentation of a rare cystic disease variant and review of literature

A new age of breast cancer diagnostics: Prognosis and treatment implications of simultaneous testing of tumours and cancer stem cells

Role of cytopathology in steering targeted therapies in lung oncology patients

Using array tomography to study synapse degeneration in human brain

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

BIOGRAPHIES

POSTERS PRESENTATIONS

THE USE OF COMPUTER ASSISTED MEASUREMENTS FOR CELL COUNTING: COMPARISON OF METHODS, SPEED AND ACCURACY

p16/INK4a METHYLATION AND PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN MENINGIOMAS GRADE I (NON RECURRENT VERSUS RECURRENT). ALTERATIONS OF THE RETINOBLASTOMA TUMOUR SUPPRESSOR PATHWAY

p14/ARF METHYLATION AND PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN MENINGIOMAS GRADE I (NON RECURRENT VERSUS RECURRENT). ALTERATIONS OF THE p53 TUMOUR SUPPRESSOR PATHWAY

SALIVARY GLANDS OF FEMALE TICKS RHIPICEPHALUS SANGUINEUS LIKE A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF MOLECULES WITH INHIBITORY ACTION: IN VIVO STUDY WITH WALKER 256 TUMOUR CELLS

Format: Kindle Edition

File Size: 1913 KB

Print Length: 28 pages

Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited

Publisher: HONNAO (5 Oct. 2015)

Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.

Language: English

ASIN: B01690DHW2

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