The importance in the WHO 2016 Classification of viruses associated with and required as diagnostic criteria for certain types of lymphoma.
The patient population at risk for the development of lymphoma often due to viral infection particularly chronic as well as the patient groups with immune dysfunction that put them at risk.
Differentiating reactive from neoplastic lesions in immune-compromised patients; diagnoses of which lead to different management approaches.
A case-based approach using still images and digital slides, in conjunction with a PowerPoint presentation, will be employed in demonstrating the themes and objectives above. The workshop will be of interest to all trainees and fellows in anatomic, general pathology, and hematopathology residency programs, as well as practicing pathologists. Attendees will have the opportunity during the last half hour to share or discuss their own interesting cases with a similar theme with a focus on interactive discussion and practical aspects of knowledge translation.