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2015 Annual Meeting
Evening Specialty Conference - Hematopathology
Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 7:30pm to 9:30pm
CC Ballroom C
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Case title: Ph-like B lympgoblastic leukemia
Clinical Summary:

54 year old man with no significant past medical history, presented with 6-weeks of low grade fever and night sweats, and found to have blasts in peripheral blood

PB smears
PB smears
Case title: Neutrophilic leukocytosis, anemia, and thrombocytopenia
Clinical Summary:

60 year-old man presented with anemia and  thrombocytopenia.  Mild splenomegaly. No relevant prior medical history. No hepatosplenomegaly (confirmed by abdominal US).  Following the diagnosis the patient has been treated with control of leukocytosis. 

Peripheral blood (PB) smear
Peripheral blood (PB) smear
PB smear
PB smear
PB smear
PB smear
Bone marrow aspirate
Bone marrow aspirate
Bone marrow aspirate
Bone marrow aspirate
Bone marrow biopsy
Bone marrow biopsy
Bone marrow biopsy
Bone marrow biopsy
Bone marrow biopsy
Bone marrow biopsy
Bone marrow biopsy
Bone marrow biopsy
Reticulin stain
Reticulin stain
Myeloperoxidase immunohistology
Myeloperoxidase immunohistology
CD34 immunohistology
CD34 immunohistology
Case title: Inguinal Lymphadenopathy
Clinical Summary:

A 73 year-old man with no significant hocologic history presents with left inguinal swelling. The mass has been growing slowly over the course of the past 1-2 years and is only recently becoming unfomortable.

The physical exam reveals a thin, healthy-appearing man with a painless, 6cm mass in the left inguinal region. The skin overlying the mass is normal appearning and the remainder of the physical exam is unremarkable.

Excisional biopsy - H and E, 2x
Excisional biopsy - H and E, 2x
H and E, 40x
H and E, 40x
CD10 - 10x
CD10 - 10x
BCL2 - 10x
BCL2 - 10x
CD21 - 10x
CD21 - 10x
PAX5 - CD10
PAX5 - CD10
Case title: Mediastinal mass
Clinical Summary:

CASE PRESENTATION

•21 male
• Mediastinal mass, 2012
• Biopsy
 
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, CD20
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, CD20
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, CD30
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, CD30
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, CD45
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, CD45
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, PAX5
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, PAX5
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, OCT2
Mediastinal biopsy-CHL/NS like area, OCT2
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, CD20
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, CD20
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, CD30
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, CD30
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, OCT2
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, OCT2
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, OCT2
Mediastinal biopsy- PMBL-like area, OCT2
Comprehensive genomic profiling
Comprehensive genomic profiling