Thisbook describes a novel and proven approach to cytologicallyclassify urinary samples for the detection of bladder cancer and lesions of theupper urinary tract. The new method is based on the collective experience ofknowledgeable cytopathologists who have tested theterminology within their own laboratories for reproducibility andpredictability of neoplasms of the urinary tract. Accompanyingthe written criteria for each diagnostic category are meticulously photographedexemplars of the cellular features, with cogently annotated descriptions of thephotographs. The book thereby performs as an atlas for microscopistsinvolved in diagnostic cytopathology at all levels oftheir education. Included in the targeted readership are experienced pathologists,cytotechnologists, and students of both professional groups. The newterminology also considers the clinical aspects of patient management.
Writtenby experts in the field who convened at the 18th International Congress ofCytology in Paris, The Paris System for Reporting Urinary Cytology presents aglobal standard for reporting and a new philosophic approach that maximizes thestrengths of detecting the potentially lethal high grade lesions by urinarycytology, and recognizes without apology the inability to reliably detect thelow grade lesions in urinary cytology. The Concept has been endorsed by theAmerican Society Of Cytopathology,and the International Academy of Cytology.
Chapter1 Pathogenesis of Urothelial Carcinoma Eva M. Wojcik and Stefan E. Pambuccian
Chapter 2 Adequacy ofUrine Specimens (Adequacy) Matthew T. Olson (Chair), GulizA. Barkan, Monique Courtade-Saidi,Z. Laura Tabatabai, Yuji Tokuda,Toyonori Tsuzuki, and Christopher J. VandenBussche
Chapter 3 Negative forHigh Grade Urothelial Carcinoma (Negative) Dorothy L.Rosenthal (Chair), Michael B. Cohen, Hui Guan,Christopher L. Owens, Yuji Tokuda, and Eva M. Wojcik
Chapter 4 Atypical Urothelial Cells (AUC) Guliz A. Barkan (Chair), Tarik M. Elsheikh, Daniel F. I. Kurtycz, Sachiko Minamiguchi,Hiroshi Ohtani, Eric Piaton,Spasenija Savic Prince, Z.Laura Tabatabai, and Christopher J. VandenBussche
Chapter 5 Suspicious forHigh Grade Urothelial Carcinoma (Suspicious) Fadi Brimo (Chair), Manon Auger, Tarik M. Elsheikh, Hui Guan, MitsuruKinjo, Eric Piaton, Dorothy L. Rosenthal, Tatsuro Shimokama, and RosemaryH. Tambouret
Chapter 6 High Grade Urothelial Carcinoma (HGUC) Momin T. Siddiqui (Chair), Guido Fadda, Jee-Young Han, ChristopherL. Owens, Z. Laura Tabatabai, and ToyonoriTsuzuki
Chapter 7 Low Grade Urothelial Neoplasia (LGUN) Eva M. Wojcik (Chair), Tatjana Antic, Ashish Chandra,Michael B. Cohen, Zulfia McCroskey,Jae Y. Ro, and Taizo Shiraish
Chapter 8 OtherMalignancies Primary and Metastatic and Miscellaneous Lesions Rana S. Hoda (Chair), Stefan E. Pambuccian, Jae Y. Ro, and Sun HeeSung
Chapter 9 AncillaryStudies in Urinary Cytology Lukas Bubendorf (Chair),Nancy P. Caraway, Andrew H. Fischer, Ruth L. Katz, Matthew T. Olson, FernandoSchmitt, Margareta Strojan Flezar,Theodorus H. Van Der Kwast, and Philippe Vielh
Chapter 10Cytopreparatory Techniques Gary Gill (Chair), William N. Crabtree, and DeidraP. Kelly Chapter 11 Clinical Management, Including Microscopic Hematuria Marcus L. Quek (Chair),Trinity J. Bivalacqua, AshishM. Kamat, and Mark P. Schoenberg
DorothyL. Rosenthal, MD
Professor of Pathology, Oncology & Gynecology/Obstetrics,The Johns Hopkins University, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department ofPathology/Cytopathology, Baltimore, MD, USA
Eva M. Wojcik, MD
Chair of Pathology, Helen M. and Raymond M. Galvin Professor Pathology &Urology, Loyola University Medical Center, Departmentof Pathology, Maywood, IL, USA
Daniel F. I. Kurtycz, MD
Medical Director, Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene Professor, Universityof Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics, Department of Pathology and LaboratoryMedicine, Madison WI, USA
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