Slide Seminar Breast Pathology
The fascinating faces of breast pathology
10th anniversary of the Belgian Working Group for Breast Pathology
On behalf of the Belgian Society of Pathology, we are pleased to invite you to celebrate together with us the 10th anniversary of the Belgian Working Group for Breast Pathology. For this special occasion we have organized a contest slide seminar to highlight the talent of our residents in dealing with challenging diagnoses in breast pathology.
This workshop is open to every resident, pathologist and cytotechnologists.
The seminar is available on demand
Moderators: Glenn Broeckx UZA - Mieke Van Bockstal - UCL St Luc, Brussels
Welcome message and housing
Primary neuroendocrine neoplasm of the breast
Viktor Capiau - UZ Leuven
Adenomyoepithelioma with in situ malignant transformation of both epithelial and myo-epithelialcomponent
Vincent Cleemput - UZ Leuven
Tall cell carcinoma with reversed polarity of the breast
Ellen Deolet - UZ Gent
Vascular lesions of the breast: the good, the bad and the ugly
Frédéric Lifrange - UH Liege, UL Brussels
Mucinous cystadenocarcinoma of the breast: a case series
Maxim De Schepper - UZ Leuven
Breast lymphomas: a rare but challenging diagnosis
Cyril Van Essche - UCL St Luc, Brussels
A challenging papillary breast lesion
Aline François - UCL St Luc,, Bruxelles
Voting and proclamation of the winner
End of the program
C. Colpaert (AZ Turnhout/UZ Leuven); C. Bourgain (Imelda Bonheiden/UZ Leuven); M. Van Bockstal (UCL); G. Broeckx (UZA); K. Van de Vijver (UZ Gent); K. Lambein (St. Lucas Gent); G. Van den Eynden (GZA/ZNA, Antwerpen); G. Floris (UZ Leuven)
When? Saturday 26th June 2021 @9 AM till 11:15
Registration: mandatory untill 24 June
BSP members : Free
Non members: 25 €
Payment on Belgian Society of Pathology (BSP) account: BE35 7320 2896 2837
communication: Breast seminar / name, first
Registered participants will receive the digital link to the tutorial two days in advance.
Accreditation is requested.
This course is a mandatory pathology course necessary for the curriculum of the residents.