6th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Utilitarian Conference

| February 09-10, 2021

Dr. David Shulkin MD Ninth Secretary, US Department of Veterans Affairs
Keynote Speech by The Honorable Dr. David J. Shulkin

The Honorable Dr. David J. Shulkin is the Ninth Secretary of the US Department of Veterans Affairs having been appointed by President Trump. Secretary Shulkin previously served as Under Secretary for Health, having been appointed by President Obama and confirmed twice unanimously by the US Senate.

As Secretary, Dr. Shulkin represented the 21 million American veterans and was responsible for the nation’s largest integrated health care system with over 1,200 sites of care, serving over 9 million Veterans.

Dr. David J. Shulkin will be presenting “Healthcare innovation with a focus on the use of artificial intelligence in digital pathology as the future of pathology.” at the 6th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Utilitarian Conference on February 9-10, 2021.

Don’t miss the Keynote Presentation by Honorable Dr. David J. Shulkin at EPUCG2021.

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SESSIONS OF THE EMIRATES UCG EDITION ON Pathology Utilitarian Conferences

Keynote Tittle: Metastatic breast carcinoma mimicking a colonic polyp
Keynote Speech Presented By Dr. Kelly Elliott, UK

Keynote Tittle: Pleural effusion cytology at COVID19 lockdown
Keynote Speech Presented By Dr. Andreas Luebke, Germany

Keynote Tittle: Molecular Testing and Precision Medicine in Prostate Cancer
Keynote Speech Presented By Dr. Kirk K Lin, USA

Keynote Tittle: Importance of the Second Opinion in Surgical Breast Pathology & its Therapeutic Implications
Keynote Speech Presented By Dr. Alvaro Ibarra, Chile 

Keynote Tittle: Semi-automated digital quantification of hormone receptor (ER, PR, HER2) status & proliferation index marker (Ki67) in invasive carcinoma of the breast: historical review, current status & future potential.
Keynote Speech Presented By Dr. Khalid Daifalla, Germany

Keynote Tittle: Effect of Active Search of Patients in Cancer Control
Keynote Speech Presented By Dr. Beatriz Hornburg, Brazil

Keynote Tittle: “Borderline Breast Disease” An Entity to Minimize Errors in Overdiagnosis of “Low Grade Ductal Carcinoma In Situ” in Breast Pathology
Keynote Speech Presented By Prof. Shahla Masood, USA

Keynote Tittle: Ciliated carcinoma associated with human papiloma virus: presentation as cervical metastasis of unknown primary.
Keynote Speech Presented By Dr. Alvaro Ibarra, Chile 

Speech Tittle: Role of Pigmentation marker in Uveal Melanoma and its association with Clinicopathological Parameters
Speech Presented By Ms. Jayanti Jha

Speech Tittle: Atypical Fibroxanthoma-like Melanoma: A Rare Entity
Speech Presented By Dr. Cazzato Gerardo, Italy

Speech Tittle: Array of splenic lesions on splenectomies in Southern India
Speech Presented By Dr. Neetu Vanapalli, India

Speech Tittle: Abnormalities of the duct systems of the pancreas associated with ampullary carcinoma
Speech Presented By Dr. Galiya Setdikova, Russia 

Speech Tittle: Incidental gallbladder carcinoma: Study of histopathological evaluation of routine cholecystectomy specimens
Speech Presented By Dr. Inara Abeer, India 

Speech Tittle: D2-40/PODOPLANIN marker to distinguish primary skin adnexal tumors from Adenocarcinomas metastatic to skin
Speech Presented By Dr. Archana Bommana, UK

Speech Tittle: The role of digital radiography in histopathological evaluation of surgical breast cancer specimens after neoadjuvant chemotherapy
Speech Presented By Dr. Inessa M. Telezhnikova, Russia

Speech Tittle: Immunophenotyping of Non-Hodgkin Lymphomas : Flow Cytometric Analysis at a Tertiary Health Care Centre
Speech Presented By Dr. Manali Satiza, India

Speech Tittle: Spectrum of histopathological lesions of the oral cavity in a tertiary care hospital in malwa belt with special Emphasis to oral squamous cell carcinoma
Speech Presented By Dr. Arnav Kumar Roychoudhury, India

Speech Tittle: Study of tumor infiltrating lymphocytes and expression of programmed death ligand-1 in carcinoma breast
Speech Presented By Dr. Abhishek Gupta, India

Learn the 6th Emirates Pathology Utilitarian Conference Sessions

Pathology is a specialty not confined only to blood tests as many people believe. Its an ocean of information which is only seen as a still lake by many who do know the kind of information and insight this specialty has given to modern medicine. Pathology is at the forefront of ancient & modern diagnostics and helps the clinicians of all the specialties to diagnose, plan treatment, and assess the prognosis of the majority of the diseases.

Pathology is the study of disease and the ways in which the disease develops and manifests as a result of changes in cells and tissues due to various agents such as microorganisms, carcinogens, chemicals, and many more etiological factors. It also helps in planning the treatment and prognosis of diseases. To be a Pathologist, you have to undergo a formal residency training programs or diplomas throughout the world after finishing MBBS / Medical school.

The subdivisions of Pathology are :

  1. Anatomic Pathology including Surgical Histopathology
  2. Cytopathology
  3. Blood Banking and transfusion medicine
  4. Chemical Pathology (i.e Clinical Chemistry)
  5. Clinical Pathology
  6. Hematology
  7. Immunopathology
  8. Molecular Pathology
  9. Telepathology

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Digital Pathology means an emerging technology in Pathology with a high potential for widespread application in the Pathology & Healthcare sector.
Digital Pathology has the most potential to organize and maintain the workflow and streamline pathologists and diagnostic laboratories’ efforts, increasing their convenience.
It has additional technical advantages, including time-saving and improvements in drug discovery and development, advanced laboratory tests, exclusive research, and academic purposes.
Digital Pathology is growing widely and providing innovations in the healthcare arena and is expected to be highly beneficial for research, clinical services, and medical education. The advancement in information technology, which facilitates better connectivity, allied to improved healthcare reforms, is the reason for the upturn in the digital pathology systems industry.
The growth of the digital pathology systems industry can be attributed to the increased workload of laboratory technicians and high healthcare costs worldwide. On the other hand, the digital pathology systems industry could be hampered by high setup costs, sampling errors, and strict regulatory compliance, which may restrict these systems’ approval.
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Pediatric Pathology: Paediatric and perinatal pathology is concerned with the identification of disease in the fetus infant and child. It is related to age-specific rather than organ-specific and includes investigation of that organ unique to the fetus, the placenta. The spectrum of disease in this age range is very different from that seen in adults and the interaction of congenital malformation and growth of the child interact to produce unique pathology. Degenerative types of diseases are unusual in children, but tumours are relatively common, albeit the types of tumour are different from those in adults. Because of the smaller numbers of cases involved, perinatal and paediatric pathology departments are concentrated in larger centres.
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Histopathology is the macroscopic and microscopic study of pathological tissues in order to unveil the cause of disease. It should, however, be noted that a good knowledge of the histology of Normal biological tissue is needed to excel in studying pathological tissues.
It is a combination of three Greek words.
Histos means tissue; pathos means disease; logos means study. It is the microscopic study of the changes in the tissues caused by a disease.
Histopathology is lab diagnostic, after the intervention, they make serial sections of tissue and looking under the microscope make a diagnosis.
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Cancer Cytopathology is the study of the body’s individual cells, as opposed to histology, which is the study of whole human tissue itself. Strictly speaking,  Cancer Cytopathology is the study of normal cells and  Cancer Cytopathology is the examination of cells in the context of disease, which is really what we’ll be talking about but “Cancer Many individuals use cytopathology” term as shorthand for both, so that’s what we’ll do here. Millions of cells inside the human body and can be sampled and looked at under the microscope, after suitable preparation, to help diagnose medical conditions.

This involves looking at the individual cells for abnormal changes of both the nucleus and the cell’s cytoplasm (body). The nucleus contains the genetic material that controls the cell and determines what type of cell it will become and controls its behavior. Gauged by changes in its size, shape, A trained cytologist can assess changes in the nucleus and appearance of the nuclear material (chromatin), which can be used to diagnose possible cancer and pre-cancer. “Pre-cancer” identifies the cell changes or which, if left untreated and did enough damages to develop into cancer.  Cancer Cytopathology can also be used to diagnose many non-cancerous medical conditions, such as infections and systemic diseases.

There are two main branches of cytology. There are those involved with the assessment of pre-cancerous and, occasionally, cancerous changes of the cervix (mouth of the womb) such as in cervical cancer screening, which is generally referred to as gynecological cytology.

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Diagnostic Pathology has emerged as a modern topic that aims to pathology with an emphasis on novel morphological and molecular findings that impact the diagnosis of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases. New tools in Diagnostic pathology and technologies that are exciting, challenging, and impact pathology practice. In the field of diagnostic pathology by way of novel and interesting reports, research and original and a series of key review in the field that will emphasize the new developments that are disease-specific and highlight contemporary and novel technologies that are changing diagnostic practice pathology.

This is an exciting time in pathology as we are confronted with a new frontier of pathology science and diagnostic technology that continues to evolve and accelerate the discipline of diagnostic pathology. A trusted source of new and exciting developments in the field of diagnostic pathology.

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Breast Pathology means when the breast was biopsied and the samples taken are studied under the microscope and medical equipment by a specialized doctor with many years of training called a certified pathologist. The same pathologist sends your doctor a complete report that gives a diagnosis for each sample taken. Information in this report will be used to help manage your care. The report and information provided by the pathologists are meant to help you understand medical language you might find in the pathology report from a breast biopsy, such as a needle biopsy or an excision biopsy.  All labs, tests, and follow-up info should be accessible to you, but the institution may want to charge for ‘copying.’ Also, you can’t really expect the doctor to do this. If they are really nice and have the time, they may make it easier to get the copy. Ancillary staff at the hospital or his office (they should have a copy.) would be the people to ask (…in records, not some other department, unless they refer you to one.) When any tumor is removed from your flesh, the surgeon tries to take only about one layer of cells away from the tumor. It’s almost razor-thin. It’s also terrifying to know this. There should be a report on the lump that is removed and any lymph nodes the surgeon chooses to check at the same time, to determine spread, if any.

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Surgical Pathology is one dictated by a surgical pathologist and transcribed by a medical transcriptionist. It contains:

  1. The Gross Description of Surgical Pathology – the color, texture, shape, measurements, and comments about unusual and/or normal findings in the surgical specimen.
  2. The Microscopic Description of Surgical Pathology – what the surgical pathologists see microscopically on the tissue slides, prepared in the pathology lab. He describes the cells in great detail, including the nuclei, cytoplasm, and anything he deems abnormal or normal.
  3. The Microscopic Diagnosis– the determination of disease. Many surgical specimens are totally normal, and this fact is also included.

The main duty of a surgical pathologist is to diagnose tissue removed during surgery. Everything from a mole to a large portion of the intestine must go to pathology for examination and diagnosis.

  • The surgical pathologist examines, describes, measures, and chooses the tissue he wants to see microscopically. All of this information is dictated and will be part of the final pathology report.
  • The chosen tissue is processed overnight, and then, after many technical procedures, slides of the tissue are prepared by histo-technologists.
  • The slides are read microscopically by the surgical pathologist, and he describes the cells and determines and dictates the diagnosis. This information is also included in the final report.

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Ophthalmic Pathology is a branch of medicine that deals with human eyes. Any surgery pertaining to eyes is referred to as an ophthalmic surgery. Such operations include interventions like cataract surgeries and any complications arising out of them, any eye surgery undertaken to correct the vision including those made to reduce myopia, any medical intervention for removal of deposits into the external eye, complications arising out of retinal detachment or its degeneration due to advanced age or due to high blood sugar level and a lot more. This is just an indicative list. Ophthalmic Pathology is a branch of surgery that is advancing rapidly and things that were thought to be either very difficult to achieve or do a few years back are now made possible thanks to technological advancements.
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Renal Pathology: The Renal Pathology of Pathology and Cell Biology specializes in the diagnosis of medical diseases of the kidney and parts related to the kidney. The practice of Renal Pathology centers on diverse kidney disorders affecting the glomerular, tubulo-interstitial, and vascular compartments. Chondrocalcinosis a disease entity by itself (pseudogout) or is it part of the pathology in some arthropathies (Wilson disease, hemochromatosis, renal osteodystrophy, etc.). It may be primary hereditary or sporadic, or secondary to metabolic, endocrine, or other diseases (or a combination of primary and secondary). The core of Renal Pathology is basically the general path and hematology. The important systemic topics are renal pathology, CNS tumors, and vasculitis.
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Anatomic Pathology is a branch and supportive medical specialism helping us understand Pathology, and helping us diagnose specific Pathology and Medical conditions by studying, and demonstrating to us that gone wrong, which has to lead to the disease, these people with their specific knowledge of pathology help us make a diagnosis, essential in diagnosing cancers, but only rarely if ever see a patient, and won’t treat any patient themselves.

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Forensic Pathology means pathology itself is the study of disease and injury, and forensic pathology is taking that study into a forensic context, applying it to the dead. The job of the forensic pathologist is to determine how and why someone died, by doing an autopsy. It is important because we are the people that actually get to state the cause of death on the death certificate, and we also have the power to testify our findings in a court of law. Really, if you break down forensic pathology, that’s exactly what it is, presenting your findings of disease and injury in a court of law. That’s all great, but the reason I love it and think it’s important is that I am a person’s last witness. In my autopsy report, I am detailing the last story they will ever tell. I’m telling the story of their aches and pains, of their health, of lives long-lived and lives cut short, and it’s powerful. You’re connecting with humans in a way so few can, and for me, nothing is more important than that. But I’m being sappy and subjective here so feel free to just take the clinical definition to heart.

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Autopsy Pathology (as a result of a crime or unique circumstances such as disease epidemic of unknown etiology) and medical autopsies where the cause isn’t so cut and dry are long and tedious. This is speaking of a full autopsy. A partial does not entail dissection and toxicology, and samples of bodily fluids -blood, urine, vitreous humor (see below) are always performed. The pathologists and their team must dissect and weigh all the organs. They drill through skulls so they can examine and weigh the brain. A classic Y-incision is made and is necessary in order to gain access to the internal organs in the chest and upper abdomen that are protected by the rib cage. This requires breaking the sternum, a.k.a. the breastbone, which also forms the front of the rib cage. A moon-shaped incision is made from behind one ear to behind the other (picture the way headphones go on your head), and the scalp is pulled back a bit to approximately the eyebrows, in order to get to the brain.

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Hematopathology or hemopathology is the detailed study of infections, diseases, and disorders affecting and found in human blood cells, the production, and any different organs and tissues involved in hematopoiesis, such as bone marrow, the spleen, and the thymus. The complete diagnoses and treatment of various diseases such as leukemia and lymphoma often deal with hematopathology; techniques and technologies include flow cytometry studies and immunohistochemistry. A hematopathologist is a person who is board-certified in both anatomical and clinical pathology and has additional years of training in hematopathology. Hematopathology is the study of disease of the bone marrow and blood. It is also the study of the organs and tissues that use blood cells to perform their physiologic functions. Hematopathology includes the spleen, lymph nodes, thymus, and other lymphoid tissue. The hematopathologist focuses more on the diagnosis of conditions of the hematopoietic and lymphocyte-rich tissues. Its usually made by direct exam of blood and tissue in the lab.

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Gynaecological Pathology often entails the determination of their relationship to the reproductive tract and evaluation of abnormalities in the peritoneal cavity. The Gynaecological Pathologist distinguish which peritoneal disorders are müllerian derived versus originating from other organs. Different diseases affecting the intra-abdominal organs and the peritoneal cavity include entities arising from elements native to the peritoneal cavity (secondary müllerian system, mesenchymal, and mesothelial proliferation), as well as neoplastic and non-neoplastic entities of metastatic nature, or controversial/uncertain origin. Most of these diseases affect the disorders that occur mainly in women. However, Males and females; of their relationship to the reproductive tract.

Uropathology is the close interaction between the pathologist and the urologist is essential for accurate pathological diagnosis of several urological cancers. The adoption of the new grading system in transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) of the bladder introduced by the World Health Organisation in 1998/1999, will improve the accuracy of pathological diagnosis and reports of this cancer beyond the 61% already reported. Frozen section biopsy during cystectomy can be advocated in certain cases for urethral margin and lymph node biopsies, but not for ureteric margin biopsy. With regard to prostate cancer, describes in detail the careful steps required in the taking and handling of biopsy samples in order to maximize the histopathological diagnosis. Uropathology includes a practice that has been advocated for some time—the separating of individual biopsy cores. Testicular cancer is discussed from particularly with regard to intra-testicular and incidentally identified masses and the point of view of preserving the function of the testes.

Liver Pathology terms used by either the pathologist or radiologist to describe the appearance of the liver by biopsy or imaging. The corresponding responses should be considered general in nature, and not specific to any one person; consequently, they are not to be construed as specific medical advice and do not create a doctor/patient relationship. Specific advice on unique to your particular situation, consult a local medical professional. If there is past medical history of liver pathology (Hepatitis C, alcoholic cirrhosis, etc), then you should lean towards ascites. Severe/sudden ascites can feel hard, but in general, fat has thicker, more solid feel to it compared to the fluid of ascites. You can usually grab a handful of flesh if it’s fat; more difficult to do this with ascites. Abdominal fat can be sucked in, to a certain extent; ascites cannot. The abdominal muscles are not forcefully stretched out in the former, while they are in the latter.

Gastrointestinal Pathology thorough workup needs to be done and determine the cause of oedema or any extra fluid that may be accumulating consult a physician and do the necessary investigations. It may point towards a gastrointestinal pathology so that needs to be addressed as well. Fluid retention can also occur in kidney pathology and it is hard to comment without any other pointers.

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Head Pathology and Neck Pathology can be grouped into different categories

  1. Minor Oral Surgical Pathology procedures like transalveolar extractions, impactions, implants etc.
  2. Orthognathic surgeries which is the most important surgical procedure almost exclusively done by them. It include correction of facial deformities. Corrective jaw surgery, craniofacial surgery, facial cosmetic surgery
  3. Cleft lip and cleft palate surgery can be done by an OMFS
  4. Facial reconstruction are done almost exclusively by them, Maxillofacial Traumatology dealing with facial fractures.
  5. Maxillofacial surgeons along with maxillofacial prosthodontist help in arterials replacement of facial parts ears, eye, replacement of jaw after cancer surgery, accidents, gunshots etc.
  6. They can take a fellowship in head and neck Oncology and perform head and neck cancer surgeries.
  7. Facial regevenation surgery can be done by an OMFS
  8. Minor surgery like hair transplant can be done by OMFS.
  9. Cosmetic surgeries like. Cheek bone implant, Chin surgery, eyelid surgery, Face lift, facial and neck liposuction, forehead or brow lift, lip enhancement, nasal reconstruction, chemical peel, laser treatment etc
  10. Surgical correction of obstructive sleep apnoea
  11. Treatment and Correction of several Head And Neck Pathology (Both hard and soft tissue)
    And several other major and minor surgical procedures are done by an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

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Neuropathology is a ‘pathology’ in or involving the nervous system. A ‘pathology’ basically just means something is wrong — something is physically disrupted or damaged or parts of the body aren’t working like they normally would in a way which prevents your body from maintaining homeostasis. Homeostasis is a way of referring to the ongoing dynamic balance the mechanisms of the body facilitate so that we can survive, thrive, and react constructively and ably to internal and external influences — being able to adapt successfully to our environment.

Neuropsychology is a point of intersect between neuroscience and psychology. It is an investigation of the connections and relationships between neurological ideas, ideas about the way the nervous system is composed and functioning, and psychological ideas, which cover our mental experiences and social behaviors and such. So, how brain states impact our emotional experiences, for example, and what the physical implications might be for certain psychological stimuli or even traumas.

Neuropsychology is about the relationship of the nervous system to the mind (hence the derivation of ‘psychology’ from “psyche”) whereas neuropathology is about the relationship of the nervous system to functional parameters which uphold our ability to adapt to the physical stressors of life in a healthy manner. There can be overlap when pathologies in the nervous system impact our mental experiences, but neuropsychological phenomena will encompass all physical and mental states, not just ones involving medical problems like illness or injury.

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Nephropathology and kidney biopsies in the current knowledge of kidney diseases. The search for the cause of haematuria and proteinuria stimulated to Richard Bright (1789–1858), the father of nephrology, to observe and evaluate kidney lesions microscopically. Subsequently, and guided by the same interest, in 1914 Volhard and Fhar created the first histopathological classification in which they tried to relate acute, chronic and degenerative lesions with a specific clinical condition. From these early stages, and as has occurred in other fields of medicine, the histopathological study has allowed to generate a classification of kidney diseases, resulting in improved quality of communication among the nephrology experts, and at the same time providing a logical structure for the categorisation of patients for epidemiological, prognostic and therapeutic studies.

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Immunopathology includes all physical, chemical and biological reactions of the organism against the foreign substances. Innate immunity and adaptive immunity are two types of Immune system. Adaptive immunity further divided into two types that is humoral and cell mediated immunity. Immune responses to viral infections are generated by the host in order to survive and ideally to eliminate the virus. This kind of robust antiviral and normal immune responses also by design cause tissue damage. Various Antibodies react with the viral antigens and virus in the fluid phase forming virus–antibody immune complexes that deposit in mesangial cells and macrophages. The cells are designed to make viral progeny thus removing the factories that produce infectious progeny. Most symptoms accompanying viral diseases and infections are caused by these actions and the release of cytokines and chemokines. The balance of immunity system is shifted by immunity medication to excess then immunopathology occurs.

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