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2013 Comprehensive Course on Soft Tissue Tumors and Update on Melanoma (also available as a separate
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Start Date: Thursday, April 11, 2013
End Date: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Time: All day
Duration: All day
Recurrence: One-time event
Venue: Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch
City: Scottsdale
State: AZ
Country: United States
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Name: Cat Vaganay
Address: Dermpedia, Dept of Pathology, 6th Floor
Address 2: 133 Brookline Ave.
City: Boston
State: MA
Postal Code: 02115
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Phone: 617-421-2317
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Description: The objective of Dermpedia Courses is to provide the most comprehensive in-depth updates on selected topics pertinent to everyday practice of skin pathology and dermatology. Two days of the Course will be devoted to a Comprehensive Review of Soft Tissue Tumors. In this module we will discuss entities and critical differential diagnoses likely to be encountered by general pathologists and dermatopathologists. The Course Faculty, all recognized experts in the field, will present interesting cases illustrating salient features and potential diagnostic pitfalls associated with common and less common soft tissue tumors. The third day of the Course will be an Update on Melanoma and Melanocytic Proliferations. This 7 hour module, offered as a separate registration, will provide a practical update on diagnosis, classification and management of melanocytic lesions. This module is intended for a broader audience also including dermatologists and nurse practitioners utilizing skin biopsy in their practice. The Course participants are expected to learn about the importance of clinicopathological correlation in management of pigmented lesions and emerging molecular technologies, markers and treatments of melanoma. A significant amount of time will be devoted to discussing the most common diagnostic problems facing dermatopathologists and pathologists in routine practice. Participants will be encouraged to submit their own cases for discussion on Dermpedia website. The Course will also include optional small group sessions at a multiheaded microscope. Topics: Foft tissue tumors #1 -Nodular fasciitis and fibrous/fibroblastic proliferations: Nodular fasciitis Ischemic vasciitis (atypical decubitus fibroplasia) Fibroma of tendon sheath Extraabdominal fibromatosis Proliferative fasciitis Nuchal fibroma Elastofibroma Desmoplastic fibroblastoma (collagenous fibroma) Plantar fibromatosis -Pediatric spindle cell tumors: Fibrous hamartoma of infancy Infantile digital fibromatosis Solitary myofibroma Infantile or congenital fibrosarcoma Giant cell fibroblastoma -Fibrosarcomas: Sclerosing epithelioid fibrosarcoma Myxofibrosarcoma Low-grade fibromyxoid sarcoma Hyalinizing spindle cell tumor with giant rosetts Myxoinflammatory fibroblastic sarcoma -Fibrohistiocytic and xanthmatous lesions: Fibrous histiocytoma Cellular fh Epithelioid fh Aneurysmal fh Lipidized (ankle type) fh Juvenile xanthogranuloma Reticulohistiocytoma Leprosy Malakoplakia Tumoral Atypical Mycobacteria infection Crystal-storing histiocytosis Silica reaction Cutaneous Rosai-Dorfman disease Atypical fibroxanthoma Pleomorphic dermal sarcoma -CD34-positive tumors: Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans Fibrosarcomatous variant of DFSP Superficial acral fibromyxoma Solitary fibrous tumor Bednar tumor -Various fibrohistiocytic lesions: Angiomatoid fibrous histiocytoma Giant cell tumor of tendon sheaths Soft tissue giant cell tumor Granular cell tumors Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor Calcifying aponeurotic fbroma Calcifying fibrous pseudotumor Phosphaturic mesenchymal tumor Lecture: Molecular adjuncts in diagnosis of spindle cell neoplasms -Lipomas: Angiolipma Chondroid lipoma Fat free spindle cell lipoma Pleomorphic lipoma Angiomyolipoma Spindle cell lipoma Lipoblastomatoma -Liposarcomas: Atypical lipomatous tumor (well-differentiated liposarcoma Myxoid liposarcoma Round cell/dedifferentiated liposarcoma Pleomorphic liposarcoma -Variants of hemangioma: Acquired tufted angioma Hobnail hemangioma Spindle cell hemangioma Epithelioid hemangioma Glomeruloid hemangioma Epithelioiod hemangioma arising in a large vessel (penis or temporal artery) Verrucous hemangioma Masson's tumor -Congenital and acquired vascular lesions of infancy: Infantile hemangioma Congenital hemangiomas non-regressing Congenital hemangiomas regressing Kaposiform hemangioendothelioma Intravascular pyogenic granuloma -Intermediate grade vascular tumors: Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma Hobnail hemangioendothelioma Retiform hemangioendothelioma Composite hemangioendothelioma Patch-stage Kaposi sarcoma -Variants of angiosarcoma: Classic angiosarcoma Low-grade angiosarcoma Acquired progressive lymphangioma Epitheloid angiosarcoma Radiation-induced atypical vascular lesion Localized massive lymphedema Bacillary angiomatosis Endemic nodular Kaposi sarcoma Soft tissue tumors #2 -Smooth muscle and perivascular tumors: Angioleiomyoma Cutaneous leiomyosarcoma Glomus tumor Malignant glomus tumor Perivascular myoma/pericytoma Pilar leiomyoma Metastatic GIST (for fun) Rhabdomyomatous hamartoma of skin -Soft tissue tumors of the genital areas: Myofibroblastoma (of breast) Angiomyofibroblastoma (vulvar) Cellular angiofibroma Aggressive angiomyxoma -Chondromyxoid tumors: Mixed tumor/parachordoma Chondroma Superficial angiomyxoma Myxoma -Varia: Cutaneous PEComa Pleomorphic angiectatic tumor of soft parts Ossifying fibromyxoid tumor Didactic session VI: Tumors with neural differentiation -Neural tissue tumors: Soft tissue perineuroma Sclerosing perineuroma Hybrid schwannoma/perineurioma Derm sheath myxoma Epithelioid schwannoma Cellular neurothecoma Plexiform fibrohistiocytic tumor Epithelioid sacoma, proximal type Epithelioid sarcoma Epithelioid sarcoma missed as granuloma annulare Subcutaneos granuloma annulare Cutaneous clear cell sarcoma Cutaneous menigioma Ectopic meningothelial hamartoma Melanoma (also available as a separate registration) Update on histologically ambiguous melanocytic lesions. Classification of melanocytic lesions Melanoma FISH in evaluation of histologically ambiguous melanocytic lesions FISH in melanoma: new probes and future directions. Soluble adenylate cyclase in diagnosis of melanoma Dysplastic nevi: clinician's perspective Classification and grading of atypia in melanocytic nevi. Atypical melanocytic tumors of childhood Staging and reporting melanoma including sentinel lymph node sampling Braf-targeting therapies in melanoma Atypical genital nevus Lentigo maligna Denovo intrapithelial melanocytic dysplasia Nail melanoma Lentiginous melanoma 8q24 melanoma Pigmented epitheliod melanocytoma Conjunctival melanoma
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