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Sarajevo, Lecture Hall of the Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo (NIR)

1-3 November 2013

Organizers:
British Division of the International Academy of Pathology (BDIAP), United Kingdom
Department of Pathology, Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Under the auspices of
Institute for Scientific Work and Research
Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo

WELCOME

Dear colleagues and friends,

It is our great pleasure to organize and invite you to attend the 7th Bryan Warren School Pathology that will be held in Sarajevo on November 1-3, 2013.
The main topic of the School will be uropathology, a broad and enormously challenging and important field. The main lecturers will be two distinguished and well experienced uropathologists from the United Kingdom: Dr. Jonathan H Shanks (The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK) and Dr. Murali Varma (University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, UK).
The School objectives remain the same as all previous years: to give a brief overview of the most important topics in uropathology and to cover the practical issues, particularly those relevant for young specialists and residents in pathology as well as for clinicians.
We sincerely hope that the School again shall meet your expectations and the School shall certainly depend on your active participation.
We look forward to meeting you in Sarajevo!

Nurija Bilalović, MD, PhD
Head
Department of Pathology
Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo


FACULTY

Dr Jonathan Shanks, Department of Histopathology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK
Dr Murali Varma, Department of Histopathology, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, UK

LOCAL COURSE FACULTY

President: Dr. Nurija Bilalović
Executive secretary and contact: Dr. Semir Vranić
Members:
Dr. Damir Aganović
Dr. Zoran Hadžiahmetović
Dr. Faruk Skenderi
Dr. Aleksandra Đuran
Dr. Adisa Chikha
Dr. Dalma Udovičić-Gagula
Dr. Adela Ćimić


REGITRATION AND CONTACT

To register, download the [REGISTRATION FORM], complete it and send it by e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Registration fee: 50 EUR or 100 BAM (to be paid at registration desk at venue) 

Dr. Semir Vranić

Department of Pathology
Clinical Centre of the University of Sarajevo
Bolnička 25
BA-71000 Sarajevo
Phone/fax. ++387 33 297 826
Phone : ++387 61 559 601
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Web sites: www.bosnianpathology.org, http://www.bdiap.org, http://www.kcus.ba


PROGRAM

DAY 1 (PROSTATE)

08.00 – 09.00 Registration and Opening Ceremony

09.00 – 09.45 Introduction: Concepts in prostate pathology, Dr M Varma

09.45 – 10.30 Diagnosis of high-grade PIN and prostate cancer, Dr JH Shanks

10.30 – 10.45 BREAK

10.45 – 11.30 Mimics of prostate cancer, Dr JH Shanks

11.30 – 12.15 Prostate immunohistochemistry, Dr M Varma

12.15 – 13.15 LUNCH

13.15 – 14.00 Gleason grading, Dr M Varma

14.00 – 14.45 Other prognostic factors and reporting guidelines, Dr JH Shanks

14.45 – 15.00 BREAK

15.00 – 15.45 Radical prostatectomy: Handling and reporting, Dr M Varma

15.45 – 16.30 Penile cancer pathology update, Dr JH Shanks

16.30 – 17.00 Quiz (prostate/penis 10 cases)

DAY 2 (BLADDER/TESTIS)

09.00 – 09.20 Introduction: Natural history of bladder cancer, Dr M Varma

09.20 – 09.40 Grading of transitional cell carcinoma, Dr M Varma

09.40 – 10.00 Staging of transitional cell carcinoma, Dr JH Shanks

10.00 – 10.30 Variants of transitional cell carcinoma, Dr JH Shanks

10.30 – 10.45 BREAK

10.45 – 11.30 Mimics of bladder cancer, Dr M Varma

11.30 – 12.00 Bladder immunohistochemistry, Dr JH Shanks

12.00 – 13.00 LUNCH

13.00 – 13.30 Non-epithelial lesions of bladder, Dr JH Shanks

13.30 – 14.00 Quiz (bladder 6 cases)

14.00 – 14.15 BREAK

14.15 – 15.00 Germ cell tumours of testis, Dr M Varma

15.00 – 15.45 Non germ cell tumours of testis, Dr JH Shanks

15.45 – 16.00 Prognostic factors in testicular cancer, Dr M Varma

16.00 – 16.30 Quiz (testis 6 cases)

DAY 3 (KIDNEY)

09.00 – 09.45 Renal cell carcinoma: Traditional subtypes, Dr M Varma

09.45 – 10.30 Renal cell carcinoma: Newly described subtypes, Dr JH Shanks

10.30 – 10.45 BREAK

10.45 – 11.15 Renal cell tumours with eosinophilic cytoplasm, Dr JH Shanks

11.15 – 11.45 Prognostic factors in renal cancers, Dr M Varma

11.45 – 12.15 Quiz (kidney 6 cases)


COURSE MATERIALS

Prostate

Penis

 Bladder

Testis

Kidney

QUIZ CASES: Case histories

Virtual slides for the cases can be viewed HERE.

DAY 1

PROSTATE

  • Prostate case 1: 61 year old man. PSA 6. Prostate needle biopsy performed.
  • Prostate case 2: 61 year old man. Urinary retention. TURP performed.
  • Prostate case 3: 61 year old man. PSA 6. Prostate needle biopsy performed.
  • Prostate case 4: 61 year old man. PSA 6. Prostate needle biopsy performed.
  • Prostate case 5: 61 year old man. PSA 6. Prostate needle biopsy performed.
  • Prostate case 6: 61 year old man. History of prostate cancer. Presented with haematuria. Bladder tumour seen on cystoscopy. TURBT performed.
  • Prostate case 7: 61 year old man. PSA 6. Prostate needle biopsy performed.
  • Prostate case 8: 61 year old man. PSA 6. Prostate needle biopsy performed.

PENIS

  • Penile case 1: 74 year old man. Partial penectomy for tumour replacing much of the glans with palpable inguinal lymphadenopathy.
  • Penile case 2: 77 year old man. Partial penectomy for large fungating tumour mass replacing foreskin measuring 55mm in maximum dimension.

DAY 2

BLADDER

  • Bladder case 1: 24 year old woman. Anterior bladder neck TURBT.
  • Bladder case 2: 65 year old man. Sections from radical cystectomy for tumour.
  • Bladder case 3: 80 year old woman. Red patch in bladder, 'not typical of TCC'. Cold cup bladder biopsy.
  • Bladder case 4: 66 year old man. TURBT of bladder lesion.
  • Bladder case 5: 81 year old man. Presented with haematuria. Bladder biopsies for red bladder lesion, 'not typical of TCC':
  • Bladder case 6: 67 year old man. Bladder chippings from region of right ureteric orifice.

TESTIS

  • Testis case 1: 34 year old man with bilaterally undescended testis since birth. Bilateral orchidectomy performed. Macroscopy: multiple pale nodules in both testes up to 3mm diameter.
  • Testis case 2: 16 year old male. Presented with testicular pain. Ultrasound of testis revealed a heterogenous lesion in right testis. Serum markers normal. Right orchidectomy performed. Macroscopy: 9mm well circumscribed lesion in testis.
  • Testis case 3: 60 year old man presented with right testicular tumour. Markers normal. Right orchidectomy performed.
  • Testis case 4: 16 year old male presented with left testicular tumour. Markers normal. Right orchidectomy performed.
  • Testis case 5: 61 year old man presented with right testicular tumour. Markers normal. Right orchidectomy performed. Macroscopy: Testis replaced by 80mm diameter multicystic mass containing gelatinous and serous contents.
  • Testis case 6: 26 year old man presented with right testicular tumour. Markers normal. Right orchidectomy performed.

DAY 3

KIDNEY

  • Renal case 1: 46 year old man. Left partial nephrectomy for renal tumour. Tumour measuring 35mm in maximum dimension (brown appearance with no haemorrhage or necrosis) and two smaller histologically similar but separate tumours measuring 5.8mm and 4mm removed at same time. There was no evidence of involvement of perinephric or hilar fat.
  • Renal case 2: 70 year old man. Presented with frank haematuria and found to have a right renal mass. Had a radical nephrectomy.
  • Renal case 3: 46 year old woman. 'R upper pole renal tumour, 6cm diameter. ?Oncocytoma on CT but has night sweats'. Core biopsy taken.
  • Renal case 4: 60 year old man. Nephrectomy for 'calcified soft tissue mass in middle of left kidney ?TCC ?RCC'.
  • Renal case 5: Male 71 years. 55mm diameter renal tumour left upper pole.
  • Renal case 6: 21 year old woman. Presented with haematuria and general malaise. Found on investigation to have a large right renal mass with para-aortic lymhadenopathy. Core biopsy from the mass.

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