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Grading continues to play a critical role in prostate cancer (PCa) management and therapy planning. Baraban and Epstein provided an overview of recent updates and key concepts related to Gleason grading and Grade Groups and discussed both common and unusual morphologic challenges with each Gleason pattern and strategies for addressing them. Malignant cribriform lesions, including cribriform cancer and intraductal carcinoma, have emerged recently as one of the most important morphologic patterns for PCa management. Cai and Shah presented a contemporary diagnostic approach to cribriform lesions and addressed the controversies pertaining to whether intraductal carcinoma should be graded.
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Surgical Pathology Clinics keeps you current on the information that is essential to every practicing surgical pathologist, from the latest techniques and approaches to detailed discussions on differential diagnosis. Published four times a year—March, June, September, and December—Surgical Pathology Clinics devotes each and every issue exclusively to surgical pathology and its associated problems and is enhanced by abundant full-color images. Each issue focuses on a single topic, including head, heart, lung, liver, kidney, thyroid, bone, gynecologic, genitourinary, prostate, skin, as well as nonanatomic surgical pathology topics such as cytopathology, molecular pathology, and pathology informatics.