By Elizabeth A. Montgomery MD, Lysandra Voltaggio MD
Gastrointestinal mucosal biopsies are an energetic a part of the pathologist’s day and feature elevated long ago few years as endoscopic screening has turn into extra standard. This new full-color moment version of Biopsy Interpretation of the Gastrointestinal Tract Mucosa has been accelerated into concise, accomplished volumes to provide extra whole insurance of either non-neoplastic and neoplastic entities. just like the different books within the Biopsy Interpretation Series, those volumes are sensible references for pathologists to exploit while making diagnostic judgements in line with biopsy specimens.
Volume 2 of this moment variation makes a speciality of interpretation of neoplastic gastrointestinal mucosal biopsies. assurance is geared to day-by-day perform and comprises mucosal biopsies from the esophagus, abdominal, small gut, huge gut, and anus. A better half web site will comprise the entire three hundred print illustrations plus an extra 750 e-figures.
Volume 1 specializes in non-neoplastic biopsies and released in November 2011.
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Cellular stratification, nuclear irregularities, dystrophic goblet cells, and loss of polarity may also be seen. Lomo et al. showed that, by immunohistochemistry, this type of epithelium demonstrates a significantly elevated basal crypt MIB1 proliferation rate and prominent P53 positivity compared with nondysplastic BE (e-Figs. 130). 05) (44). 31 Basal crypt dysplasia (BCD). This low-power photomicrograph shows BCD with deep cytologic abnormalities but surface maturation. 32 Basal crypt dysplasia.
Nonepidermolytic palmoplantar keratoderma (tylosis), a rare autosomal dominant disorder defined by a genetic abnormality at chromosome 17q25, is the only recognized familial syndrome that predisposes patients to squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus (76–82). It is characterized by hyperkeratosis of the palms and soles, and thickening of the oral mucosa. It confers up to a 95% risk of squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus by the age of 70 years. Squamous cell carcinoma (but not adenocarcinoma) is linked to low socioeconomic status.
Patients are not usually biopsied immediately after these interventions but, rather, once their mucosa has healed. Fortunately, most pathologists are not faced with acute reparative changes following these treatments. PDT results in more complications than does radiofrequency ablation (about 30% to 40% of patients who have had PDT develop strictures, whereas <10% of RFA patients do) (41,42). We have encountered peculiar graft-versus-host-like changes in patients who have undergone PDT (e-Figs. 159), but the larger concern that has arisen is whether “buried” Barrett mucosa under neosquamous epithelium that cannot be seen by the endoscopist will progress to carcinomas (Figs.