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AM2016 Long Course Part 2 - Newly Described Salivary Gland Tumors

Original release date: March 15, 2016
Access to this course expires on: March 15, 2019

Faculty: Alena Skalova, MD, PhD, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

Learning Objectives
  1. To recognize the characteristic histologic, immunohistochemical and genetic features of diagnostically challenging and newly described tumor entities in salivary gland pathology; in particular mammary analogue secretory carcinoma (MASC), cribiform cystadenocarcinoma of tongue and other minor salivary glands (CATS), and sclerosing polycystic adenoma (SPA)
  2. To describe the differential diagnosis for those entities, emphasizing the benign and low grade malignant possibilities. Discussion of each entity will include histopathological features, differential diagnosis, utility of ancillary studies, impact on surveillance and management, and insight into molecular pathogenesis.

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