IAP Winter Course: Cytopathology of the Respiratory Tract and of Head and Neck Lesions
- German Division of IAP, Joseph-Schumpeter-Allee 33, 53227 Bonn
Course tutor: Marianne Engels, MD
Course language: English
In lung cancer diagnostics cytology plays a major role as in more than 70% of the patients the disease is in an advanced stage on primary diagnosis and a resection is not an option for most of the patients. Therefore all the required diagnostic assays –morphology, immunohistochemistry, and molecular diagnostics – have to be done on small biopsies and cytological samples. In many institutions a combined approach is used in endoscopy with obtaining biopsy material and cytological samples (FNA, brushings, washings) during one session. In this tutorial we present microscopy workshops on respiratory cytology followed by special lectures on differential diagnosis of lung cancer and on recent developments and practical solutions for molecular assays in lung cancer.
Head and neck lesions are easily sampled by fine needle aspiration. In many cases this very simple procedure enables the clinician to plan further clinical work-up and therapy. In some cases a definitive preoperative diagnosis can be reached by cytology alone. In this tutorial microscopy workshops on thyroid, salivary gland, and lymph node cytopathology are presented. Special lectures on the general approach to FNA, and on two new systems for terminology and classification, the Bethesda System for thyroid cytopathology and the Milan Classification for salivary gland cytopathology, will broaden the scope of the tutorial.
On both days, microscopy workshops with collections of teaching slides will enable the participants to enlarge their practical diagnostic expertise in these important fields of cytopathology.
The course is limited to 63 participants.
Course fee: IAP members: € 500,00
Course fee: Non-members: € 600,00
Friday, Jan 11, 2019
Cytopathology of the Respiratory Tract
Microscopy workshops on benign changes, primary lung cancer, and other malignancies. Special lectures on differential diagnosis and pitfalls, on the Guidelines of the Papanicolaou Society for respiratory cytopathology, and on molecular diagnostics in lung cancer.
Speakers: Prof. Chen, Dr. Engels, Prof. Merkelbach-Bruse, Prof. Zarka
20:00 hr: Congress Dinner at Restaurant Konrad's
The congress dinner will take place on Friday, Jan 11, 2019 at Restaurant Konrad’s in the World Conference Center.
The contribution towards expenses amounts to 40,00 Euro.
The fees include the bus transfer from Kameha Grand Hotel to Restaurant Konrad’s and back as well as the menu including drinks.
If you need a vegetarian option, we are happy to take this into account.
Departure of the bus from the Kameha Grand Hotel is at 19:30 hr. The return journey from Restaurant Konrad’s to Kameha Grand Hotel is approx. at 22:30 hr.
If you would like to participate, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, Jan 12, 2019
Cytopathology of Head and Neck Lesions
Microscopy workshops on thyroid, salivary gland, and lymph
node cytopathology. Special lectures on a pattern recognition
approach to FNA, on the Bethesda System for reporting thyroid
cytopathology, and on the Milan Classification for salivary gland
Speakers: Prof. Chen, Dr. Engels, Prof. Griesser, Prof. Rossi, Prof. Zarka
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