Journal Watch: September/October 2020 (free)


Case of the Month: November 2020 (free)

A 68-year-old man presented to the gastroenterology clinic with cough and dysphagia of 3 years’ duration.

Case of the Month: October 2020 (free)

A 43-year-old man with no significant medical history presented with right-sided abdominal pain.

Presentation Files from 2020 GIPS Programming at ASCP

Please see below to download PDF files of the lectures from the GIPS session (“Sizzling Updates in the GI Tract: The New WHO and Beyond”) at the ASCP 2020 annual meeting, held virtually:

* Christopher Hartley – Update on Pancreas
* Wendy Frankel – Update on Hereditary Tumor Syndromes involving the Colorectum

Thank you to the faculty for sharing their GIPS presentations with the members. Please responsibly use these shared lectures for your learning, and do not forward, replicate, or modify without the permission of the respective faculty member.

Journal Watch: July/August 2020 (free)


Case of the Month: September 2020 (free)

A 33 y.o. male with a past medical history significant for HIV/AIDS (absolute CD4 of 3/uL) and medication non-compliance presented with a 4-day history of abdominal pain and no fever.

GIPS at ASCP 2020

ASCP: September 9-12, virtual online meeting


Please note: This course has been revised for the now-virtual ASCP 2020 annual meeting. This session will be live-streamed at the time listed.

Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 12:30pm – 1:30pm CST

DMT129-20 GIP: Sizzling Updates in the GI Tract: The New WHO and Beyond

Chris Hartley, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin: Update on Pancreas
Wendy Frankel, MD, The Ohio State University: Update on Hereditary Tumor Syndromes involving the Colorectum

The Rodger C. Haggitt GI Pathology Society invites you to attend this virtual session on sizzling updates in select pancreatic precursor lesions and hereditary tumor syndromes involving the colon. This course features lectures from 2 gastrointestinal pathology experts who will emphasize practical diagnostic pearls. The latest guidelines and recent changes will be showcased. There will be ample time for questions and discussion after presentations. The course is intended for practicing surgical pathologists, residents, and fellows.

This course will:

  • Discuss recent consensus guidelines that simplify the grading scheme of select pancreatic precursor lesions.
  • Review updates in select hereditary tumor syndromes involving the colon.

Journal Watch: May/June 2020 (free)


Case of the Month: July 2020 (free)

A 74 year old man with no significant past medical history presents with abdominal pain for over one year.

Case of the Month: June 2020 (free)

A 49-year-old male with a past medical history of GERD, chronic hepatitis B and C, COPD, smoking, and polysubstance dependence, presented for evaluation of worsening heartburn and dysphagia to liquids with regurgitation.

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