Repeating an endoscopy with biopsy to test for Helicobacter pylori infection after a previous negative result is relatively common but may not provide much benefit, a Cleveland Clinic study suggests.Read More
Although patients with gram-negative bacteremia may not routinely need follow-up blood cultures, patients with gram-positive organisms, especially Staphylococcus aureus, most likely do.
Researchers believe these findings will lead to more extensive application of EBUS-TBNA as a single technique for concomitant use in lung cancer diagnosis and staging.
For the first time, the FDA has formally recognized the process that led to curation of a public database containing information about genes, gene variants (including PTEN) and their relationship to disease as a source of scientific evidence that can be used to support clinical validity in pre-market submissions.
Levels of circulating, donor-derived cfDNA act as a marker of rejection and can help distinguish antibody-mediated rejection from nonantibody-mediated rejection.
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Learn how to recognize and treat this rare form of mastitis not caused by breastfeeding.
Metagenomic next-generation sequencing holds great promise as well as great danger and necessitates the most judicious use by providers who thoroughly understand the strengths and limitations of this technology.
A cytopathologist and a thoracic pathologist discuss their diagnostic approach on a case involving pleural fluid cytology and a concurrent pleural biopsy.
In this video, a staff pathologist compares two cases of lung granulomas caused by fungal infection.
Caroline Astbury, PhD, FACMG, discusses the disruptive and ever-changing field of cytogenomics.
Investigating tumor mutational burden, specific driver mutations, immune-related RNA expression data and various clinicopathologic features from 479 tumors to find correlations with clinical characteristics and outcomes.