Our mission is to
educate health care practitioners on the subject of endometrial
neoplasia, and constructively apply scientific advances to improved
diagnosis and management of women with endometrial cancer and its
Contents: A Focus on
Premalignant Lesions of the Endometrium
Mini-Lectures (for pathologists
and gynecologists): These are a series of
15-20 minutes lectures for
pathologists and gynecologists on the subject of endometrial pathology.
Presented by Dr. Mutter using the
latest rapid downloading Flash technology, these include animated
powerpoint presentations with accompanying narration. Random access to
all slides and easy to use navigation tools make these talks very user
Courses for Pathologists which include EIN diagnostic strategies.
(for diagnostic pathologists): Endometrial Intraepithelial
Neoplasia, EIN is the histopathologic presentation of
premalignant endometrial disease. Background and
diagnostic aspects of EIN are presented.
4)PTEN Central (for researchers): The PTEN tumor suppressor gene
is the most commonly mutated gene in endometrial precancers and cancer,
and an informative marker for delimiting neoplastic from normal background
Histology-genetic correlations, and microarray expression data. Includes
histology image libraries with ancillary information.
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