Expert Series with Elizabeth Montgomery, M.D.: Gastrointestinal Pathology: A One-On-One Tutoria
- Discuss iatrogenic forms of gastrointestinal tract injury.
- Be aware of pitfalls in interpreting endoscopic resection samples, especially from the esophagus.
- Recognize, assess and diagnose gastric polyps, dysplasia and their clinical correlations.
- Address various types of neoplastic and non-neoplastic small intestinal pathology.
- Recognize various unusual forms of gastric carcinoma.
- Be aware of unusual types of colitis as well as classic forms.
- Recognize various types of syndromic and sporadic polyps of the colorectum.
- Recognize several pitfalls in immunolabeling of various types of gastrointestinal tract lesions.
- Develop an approach to gastrointestinal mesenchymal lesions.
- Understand the importance of location within the layers of the gastrointestinal tissues to better classify various tumor types.
Biopsy Artifacts and Iatrogenic Injury to the Gastrointestinal Tract
Non-Neoplastic Esophageal Pathology
Adventures in Barrett Esophagus
Case Presentations: Gastric Lesions and the Company They Keep - Gastritis
Gastric Polyps, Hyperplasias and Cancer
Small Intestinal Non-Neoplastic Pathology
A Potpourri of Small Intestinal Neoplasms
Non-Neoplastic Colorectal Pathology
Polyps and Neoplasms of the Colorectum - Rapid Fire Cases and "Cancer in a Polyp"
Gastrointestinal Polyposis Syndromes
Anal Pathology - Non-Neoplastic and Some Key Neoplasms
Mesenchymal Tumors of the GI Tract - Part 1
Mesenchymal Tumors of the GI Tract - Part 2
Colorectal Polyps - Everything Old is New Again