The student becomes familiar with the terminology of hematological diseases, their macroscopic and microscopic aspects and molecular bases. It is to know the differences between benign and malignant, and the contribution of Pathology in diagnosis and prognosis of these diseases.
UNIT 36. NO TUMOR PATHOLOGY lymphoid organs.
Contents: anatomical and functional recall. acute and chronic lymphadenitis.
UNIT 37. PATHOLOGY OF LYMPHOMA (I).
Contents: General characteristics. Methods of study of lymphomas. Classification. NHL: lymphomas B.
UNIT 38. PATHOLOGY OF LYMPHOMA (II).
Contents: Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma T. Hodgkin's lymphoma. extranodal lymphomas.
UNIT 39. BONE MARROW PATHOLOGY.
Contents: Introduction, study of hematologic processes, quantitative alterations, myelodysplastic syndromes; lymphoproliferative disorders; myeloproliferative disorders, leukemias, secondary tumors.
UNIT 40. TIMO and spleen PATHOLOGY
Contents: thymic hyperplasia. Thymoma. Splenomegaly.
KEY ISSUES TO DEVELOP:
PLASMA cell dyscrasias
NO TUMOR PATHOLOGY Lymph Node (reactive hyperplasia LYMPHADENITIS).
PATHOLOGY BAZO (myelodysplasia, lymphoma, VASCULAR TUMORS)