Wednesday, July 10, 2019

10 June 2019 : New Weekly Image Quiz

A 59 year old man presents with cough, hemoptysis and shortness of breath. A mass in his left lung was biopsied. Which of the following statements about this disease is true?


Select an answer:
A. Exposure to benzene is an important risk factor in the development of this disease
B. Masses are most frequently found in central / hilar regions of both lungs
C. The growth pattern indicated in the patient’s biopsy above is a poor prognostic factor
D. The most common site of metastasis is the liver
E. This disease has a higher incidence in men than in women

Find the answer here

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10 July 2019: Textbook Updates

We have posted updated reviews of the following topics:

Lukas Streich, M.D.

Maryam Pezhouh, M.D.

Aysha Mubeen, M.D.



Wednesday, July 3, 2019

03 July 2019: Congratulations to new Editorial Board members

Congratulations to new Editorial Board members Borislav Alexiev, M.D., Gary Tozbikian, M.D. and Patricia Tsang, M.D. Dr. Alexiev is Associate Professor at Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois and will oversee Soft Tissue & Bone with Dr. Brendan C. Dickson. Dr. Tozbikian is Assistant Professor at Ohio State University and will oversee Breast. Dr. Tsang is Clinical Associate Professor at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania and will oversee Hematopathology with Dr. Genevieve Crane.



Borislav Alexiev, M.D.

Gary Tozbikian, M.D.

Patricia Tsang, M.D.

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

02 July 2019: PathologyOutlines.com Issues

Our website was briefly down today, ironically due to problems with a service that is supposed to keep our website up. For those interested in the details, click here.

02 July 2019 : Mystery Case

We have posted a new Mystery Case on PathologyOutlines.com! Can you guess the diagnosis? Check out our Mystery Case page for more details about today's case! #pathology #pathologist #salivarygland #salivaryduct #GYN #diagnosis