UPCOMING EVENT

January 17th, 2019

John Goldblum, MD
Professor of Pathology Cleveland Clinic, OH


CASE OF THE MONTH

A 69-year-old woman with pneumatosis of colon


A 69 year old woman on chemotherapy for a neuroendocrine tumor presented to the emergency room with hyponatremia, hyperkalemia and acute kidney injury. She was diagnosed with tumor lysis syndrome, chemotherapy was discontinued, and she received medical therapy to control her electrolyte abnormalities. A CT showing pneumatosis of small bowel and colon


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“I love gastric schwannoma because you can usually recognize them before putting them up onto the microscope. Just look at that dense lymphoid rim.” Dr Goldblum at #nypathsoc

Rules to live by when determining Barrett’s esophagus and associated dysplasia. #GIPath #pathology #pathologists

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How to define Barrett’s esophagus? Old definition: intestinal metaplasma at EGJ of ANY LENGTH. New definition: at least 1 cm. Dr Goldblum at #nypathsoc

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Goldblum discusses the challenges that can be encountered in the decision-making process for dysplasia in Barrett’s esophagus. #GIPath #pathology #pathologists

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