Thursday, April 25, 2019

25 April 2019: Textbook Updates

We have posted updated reviews of the following topics:

We have added new images to the following topics:

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

23 April 2019 : Subscribe to our promotional e-mail

Please sign up for our promotional email. It is sent no more than once a week, and describes products and services of interest to practicing pathologists. Please click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page to subscribe. You can also subscribe by entering your email in the Footer (bottom of each page).


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Friday, April 19, 2019

19 April 2019: Book Publishers > Amazon

We are excited about our new strategy of working more closely with pathology publishers to promote their offerings, instead of relying primarily on sales through Amazon.com. We hope to be better able to provide information about all books of interest to pathologists.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

17 April 2019: Subscribe to our Case of the Month Email


Please sign up for our new Case of the Month email (formerly Case of the Week). It is sent out once a month, contains an interesting pathology related case with images, and a short discussion that can be reviewed in 5-10 minutes. Please click here and scroll down to the bottom of the page to subscribe. You can also subscribe by entering your email in the Footer, located at the bottom of each page.

Below are some images from April's Case of the Month:



You can view the actual April 2019 Case of the Month (Case #478) here

Our archived cases can be found here

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

9 April 2019: Case of the Week is now Case of the Month

The Case of the Week is now Case of the Month.

We accept straightforward (i.e. not controversial) cases with good educational value that pathologists may occasionally encounter in practice and that can be diagnosed with a few H&E photos. Cases that are rare at a particular site are best sent to a journal. 

To submit a case of the month, first check our website for a similar case (review cases by diagnosis), then email the clinical history, diagnosis, images with excellent quality and the name of a second pathologist who confirmed the diagnosis to Nat@PathologyOutlines.com. Typically we write the discussion.


Our editorial board will then review the case, and we will notify you if it is accepted or not.


In May, we plan to start a Weekly Image Quiz, featuring an image with a multiple choice question and a link for more information.

Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to receiving your interesting cases.