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General: primary referencesnormal pancreasexocrine pancreasendocrine pancreasembryologycytologyminor abnormalities

Congenital anomalies: agenesisannular pancreasfamilial fibrocystic pancreatic atrophyheterotopic pancreasnesidioblastosispancreas divisum

Pancreatitis: acuteautoimmunechronicCMVeosinophilicgraft versus host diseaseherpes simplex

Diabetes mellitis: generalIDDM/type 1NIDDM/type 2maturity onset diabetescomplications

Cysts: true cystscystic fibrosislymphoepithelial cystsmucinous non-neoplastic cystspseudocysts

WHO classification of tumors: general

Acinar cell tumors: acinar cell cystadenomaacinar cell carcinomaacinar cell cystadenocarcinomamixed tumors

Exocrine tumors / carcinomas: ductal NOSadenosquamousclear cellcolloid (mucinous non-cystic)foamy glandintraductal oncocytic papillary neoplasm (IOPN)intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN)intraductal tubulopapillary neoplasm (ITPN)large duct patternmedullarymicroglandularmucinous cystic neoplasm (MCN)mucinous pancreatic tumorspancreatoblastomaPanINrhabdoidserous cystadenomasignet ringsolid pseudopapillaryundifferentiatedundifferentiated with osteoclastic giant cellsvacuolated

Neuroendocrine neoplasms: generalACTHcarcinoid/NET G1clear cell endocrinecystic endocrinegastrinomaglucagonomaneuroendocrine carcinoma NOSinsulinomaMEN1 patientspancreatic polypeptide tumorssarcomatoussomatostatinomaVIPoma

Other tumors: inflammatory myofibroblastic tumorintraductal tubular adenomaleukemialymphoid hyperplasialymphomametastasesPEComaphyllodesPNETsarcomaschwannoma

Miscellaneous: features to reportfrozen sectiongrossingstagingtransplantation

SuperPages: nontumortumor


Index (table of contents in alphabetical order)

A-E: acinar cell carcinomaacinar cell cystadenocarcinomaacinar cell cystadenomaACTHacute pancreatitisadenosquamous carcinomaagenesisannular pancreasautoimmune pancreatitiscarcinoid/NET G1chronic pancreatitisclear cell carcinomaclear cell endocrineCMV pancreatitiscolloid (mucinous non-cystic) carcinomacytologycystic endocrinecystic fibrosisdiabetes complicationsdiabetes-generalductal NOSembryologyendocrine pancreaseosinophilic pancreatitisexocrine pancreas

F-N: familial fibrocystic pancreatic atrophyfeatures to reportfoamy gland carcinomafrozen sectiongastrinomaglucagonomagraft versus host diseasegrossingherpes simplex pancreatitisheterotopic pancreasIDDM/type 1inflammatory myofibroblastic tumorinsulinomaintraductal oncocytic papillary neoplasm (IOPN)intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN)intraductal tubular adenomaintraductal tubulopapillary neoplasm (ITPN)large duct patternleukemialymphoepithelial cystslymphoid hyperplasialymphomamaturity onset diabetesmedullary carcinomaMEN1 patientsmetastasesmicroglandular carcinomaminor abnormalitiesmixed tumorsmucinous cystic neoplasm (MCN)mucinous non-neoplastic cystsmucinous pancreatic tumorsnesidioblastosisneuroendocrine carcinoma NOSneuroendocrine neoplasms-generalNIDDM/type 2normal pancreas

O-Z: pancreas divisumpancreatic polypeptide tumorspancreatoblastomaPanINPEComaphyllodesPNETprimary referencespseudocystsrhabdoid carcinomasarcomasarcomatous endocrineschwannomaserous cystadenomasignet ring carcinomasolid pseudopapillary carcinomasomatostatinomastagingtransplantationtrue cystsundifferentiated carcinomaundifferentiated carcinoma with osteoclastic giant cellsvacuolated carcinomaVIPomaWHO classification

Primary references
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AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (7th ed)
Solcia: Tumors of the Pancreas (AFIP Atlas of Tumor Pathology, Series 3, Vol 20, 1997)
Websites with images: PathoPic, USCAP (virtual slides)

Recent Pancreas / GI pathology books

Ali: 2009

Bosman: 2010

Frankel: 2011

Greenson: 2009

Iacobuzio-Donahue: 2012

Odze: 2014

Shepherd: 2013

Suriawinata: 2014



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