Presidents:

Lee L. Swanström (USA-France)

Jie He (China)

Michio Hongo (Japan)

 

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Session 22

 

Sunday, September 3
5:30 – 6:30 pm

Room 5

 

 

Clinical Session 4

Technical aspects of esophageal specimen examination

Chair: Henry D. Appelman (USA)

Discussant: Sabrena Noria (USA)

 

  • Discuss the utility of special stains in the evaluation for micro-organisms. Purva Gopal (USA)
  • Discuss the proper handling procedure of an endoscopic mucosal resection. Suntrea T. Hammer (USA)
  • Discuss how common artifacts induced by endoscopic mucosal resection can interfere with the diagnosis.   Heather Dawson (Switzerland)
  • What is the appropriate gross specimen handling for an esophageal resection performed for untreated carcinoma? Paul E. Swanson (Canada)
  • How does the handling of resected esophagi for treated esophageal carcinoma differ from untreated carcinoma?Joanna Gibson (USA)
  • Do we have standards of assessing for adequacy in terms of size of biopsy and number of biopsy for determination of Barrett esophagus? Monika Tripathi (UK)
  • Do we have standards of assessing for adequacy in terms of size of biopsy and number of biopsy for determination of eosinophilic esophagitis? Geneviève Soucy (Canada)
  • Do we have standards of assessing for adequacy in terms of size of biopsy and number of biopsy for determination of routine esophageal biopsy? Cathy S. Streutker (Canada)
  • What is the proper method of handling, embedding and staining the routine esophageal biopsy?
    Dhanpat Jain 
    (USA)
  • Discuss the utility of special stains in evaluating for goblet cells in the esophageal biopsy. Robert D. Odze (USA)

 

 

 

 

 

 







 

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