Posts Tagged ‘biopsy’

March 25th, 2016

Podcast 200: Sorting out the results of breast biopsy

Most of the time, pathologists agree with each other about breast biopsy results — especially when the biopsy is negative or indicates invasive cancer. However, the biopsies that fall between those two extremes — that is, atypia and ductal carcinoma in situ — make for tough conversations with patients. This week’s guest, Alexander Borowsky, has written […]

October 14th, 2011

Podcast 134: How (and why) surveillance in Barrett’s esophagus should change

Barrett’s esophagus no longer carries the promise of esophageal cancer that it seemed to, but it bears watching, especially in the first year after the finding, when most cancers are found. The first author of this week’s New England Journal of Medicine study tracking the progression of a finding of Barrett’s over a median 5-year period […]

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