Sunday 5 August 2018

ADVANCES IN SURGICAL PATHOLOGY MESOTHELIOMA

ADVANCES IN SURGICAL PATHOLOGY MESOTHELIOMA by Richard L. Attanoos, MBBS, FRCPath and Timothy Craig Allen, MD, JD

Diffuse malignant mesothelioma is rare. There are many times more primary and metastatic neoplasms that involve the serosal surfaces that mimic diffuse malignant mesothelioma than there are actual diffuse malignant mesotheliomas. Moreover, diffuse malignant mesothelioma’s wide variety of histologic appearances are mimicked not only by other primary and metastatic neoplasms, but also very common reactive conditions involving the serosal surfaces can be so histologically robust as to mimic diffuse malignant mesothelioma as well. The diagnosis of diffuse malignant mesothelioma is therefore frequently far from straightforward.

              1   The Diagnosis of Mesothelioma
              2   WHO Classification
              3   Staging
              4   Imaging
              5   Non–Asbestos-Related Diffuse Malignant   Mesothelioma
              6   Spontaneous/Idiopathic Diffuse Malignant  Mesothelioma
              7   SV40 Virus, Vaccines, and Disease
             8   Medicolegal Considerations
             9   Approach to the Serosal Biopsy
             10  Morphologic Variants and Their Mimics
              11  Mucin Histochemistry and Electron     Microscopy
             12  Immunohistochemistry
             13  Atypical Mesothelial Proliferations
             14  Molecular Mechanisms of Pathogenesis
             15  Molecular Prognostic Markers
             16  Targeted Gene Therapy
             17  Immunotherapy
             18  Molecular Diagnostics
             19  Cancer Stem Cells


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