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Attributes of a Pathologist

What makes a good pathologist? First of all, I think you have to be good at pattern recognition... You have to be thorough in your thinking, "Well, if I haven't seen this before, what must I do to try and make the diagnosis? Must I do some more special stains? Must I show it to somebody else? Must I read up in the books about it?" And you have to be quite determined to find out. Paola Domizio (UK)
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Choosing a Pathology Subspecialty: Have You Considered Patient Contact?

Choosing a Pathology Subspecialty: Have You Considered Patient Contact? - Pathspective
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Collections

  • This is what we should be doing. Collect, Catalog, Classify and Share. #pathologists are ambitious collectors who make catalogs of diseases. Collections should be mandatory for residents and educational departments.

Lauren V. Ackerman: a wit, a rogue, a giant: selected anecdotes

I suggest the #pathologist to keep a copy of this #article by Prof @juan_rosai on your drawer and read it once in a while
Lauren V. Ackerman: a wit, a rogue, a giant: selected anecdotes

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Someone who does precision guesswork based on unreliable data provided by those of questionable knowledge

Name of the Lecture:Pathology Laboratory, How it works?

Required Prior Knowledge:Histology techniques that were described in histology laboratory lectures
Aim of the Lecture:To give a brief introduction for how a pathology laboratory functions in hospitals.
Goals of the lecture:
Students will have a basic knowledge of how pathology laboratory functions in hospital setting
Students will have a basic knowledge about pathologists’ function in hospitals
Lecture Outlines:
  • Specimen Types - Biopsy
    • Core biopsy, tru-cut biopsy
    • Incisional biopsy
    • Excisional Biopsy
    • Radical excision
  • Specimen Types - Cytology
    • Exfoliative Cytology
    • Aspiration Cytology
  • Registry in pathology laboratory and workflow
  • Macroscopy
    • Specimen photography
    • Specimen archive
    • Taking appropriate samples according to guidelines
  • Tissue processing
  • Paraffin embedding
  • Microtome
  • H&E
  • Microscopy
  • Autopsy
  • Frozen section
  • Special techniques
    • Histochemistry
    • Enzyme Histochemistry
    • Immunohistochemistry
    • Immunofluorescence
    • In-situ hybridization
  • Molecular Techniques
  • Pathology Archive
    • Paraffin blocks
    • Slides
    • Printed and Electronic Reports
  • Product of a pathologist is the report
  • Relationship and communication with clinicians
  • Relationship and communication with patients
  • Consultations
  • Telepathology
  • Digital Pathology and Virtual Slides
References:
Last updated:01.05.2015
Name of the Lecture:Pathology Laboratory, How it works?
Required Prior Knowledge:Histology techniques that were described in histology laboratory lectures
Aim of the Lecture:To give a brief introduction for how a pathology laboratory functions in hospitals.
Goals of the lecture:
Students will have a basic knowledge of how pathology laboratory functions in hospital setting
Students will have a basic knowledge about pathologists’ function in hospitals
Lecture Outlines:
  • Specimen Types - Biopsy
    • Core biopsy, tru-cut biopsy
    • Incisional biopsy
    • Excisional Biopsy
    • Radical excision
  • Specimen Types - Cytology
    • Exfoliative Cytology
    • Aspiration Cytology
  • Registry in pathology laboratory and workflow
  • Macroscopy
    • Specimen photography
    • Specimen archive
    • Taking appropriate samples according to guidelines
  • Tissue processing
  • Paraffin embedding
  • Microtome
  • H&E
  • Microscopy
  • Autopsy
  • Frozen section
  • Special techniques
    • Histochemistry
    • Enzyme Histochemistry
    • Immunohistochemistry
    • Immunofluorescence
    • In-situ hybridization
  • Molecular Techniques
  • Pathology Archive
    • Paraffin blocks
    • Slides
    • Printed and Electronic Reports
  • Product of a pathologist is the report
  • Relationship and communication with clinicians
  • Relationship and communication with patients
  • Consultations
  • Telepathology
  • Digital Pathology and Virtual Slides
References:

Pathologist

Educating the Digital Generation: Adjusting to new technologies can be difficult – but rising to the challenges could change the face of medical training

Educating the Digital Generation
The Pathologist

Pathocholesteatoma (Pathoma parody): Yale Med 2017 Second Year Show

Educating the Digital Generation: Adjusting to new technologies can be difficult – but rising to the challenges could change the face of medical training

Pathocholesteatoma (Pathoma parody): Yale Med 2017 Second Year Show

University of Pittsburgh Pathology Conference

Conference Access for Pathology Faculty and Residents

Washington University in St. Louis Nephrology Web Series

Washington University in St. Louis Nephrology Web Series
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