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Pioneer of Lung Cancer and
Mediastinal Tumor Pathology:

Dr. Yukio Shimosato
October 22, 2021

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Update - Note new dates
2021 PPS Biennial Meeting
June 25-27, 2022
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In collaboration with Association of Pulmonary Pathologists (APP)

* Due to the needs of the venue location and in light of the Covid 19 epidemic the dates of the PPS biennial meeting have been changed to
June 25 - 27, 2022.The meeting will be held at the same venue, Cork, Ireland . We expect a great meeting and look forward to seeing you then!

January Case of the Month

Clinical History: A PET-positive 1.5-cm solitary central pulmonary nodule was resected in a 67 year-old woman (non-smoker). The clinical suspicion was malignancy. Macroscopically, the nodule was tan-white and well demarcated. As depicted in Figure 1 (H&E) and Figure 2 (EvG), histologically the nodule was predominantly endobronchial with minimal alveolar extension and consisted of a papillary tumor. There was an acute inflammatory infiltrate between the fibrovascular cores. The surrounding lung parenchyma showed mucostasis and lympho-follicular inflammation, which could be attributed to a post-obstructive complication. The fibrovascular cores were lined by glandular epithelium with pseudostratified ciliated and non-ciliated cuboidal to columnar mucin-filled cells (Figure 3) and interspersed areas of acanthotic squamous epithelium (Figure 4, H&E; Figure 5, p40). There was no atypia, karyorrhexis or necrosis.

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