Diagnosing Lung Cancer on Small Specimens (Video)
Dr. Jordan Reynolds, anatomic and molecular pathologist, discusses a case that illustrates how to diagnose lung cancer on small specimens.
In this video, Jordan Reynolds, MD, anatomic and molecular pathologist at Cleveland Clinic’s Robert J. Tomsich Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute, discusses how fluorescence in situ hybridization testing ultimately gave a patient with adenocarcinoma options for less toxic chemotherapy.
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Dr. Reynolds begins this three-minute video with an analysis of a slide obtained from an endobronchial ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration. Watch as he demonstrates the diagnosis of lung cancer from small specimens: