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The submission deadline is 14 January 2022, 23:59 (CET).

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Lymphoma workshops

The lymphoma workshop will be dedicated to provisional and emerging disease entities. The case submission is restricted to one case per presenting author; however, several cases can be submitted from one Institution. We invite you to start preparing your case under one of the following categories.

 

We are seeking cases that illustrate the following:
  1. Emerging entities and molecular subgroups in large B cell lymphoma
    Examples include: large B-cell lymphoma with IRF4 rearrangement and its differential diagnosis, Burkitt-like 11q alterations and its differential diagnosis, molecular stratification of DLBCL, NOS.
  2. Cavity associated lymphomas
    Examples include: HHV8-positive and negative effusion-related lymphomas, DLBCL associated with chronic inflammation, fibrin-associated DLBCL, and other B-cell lymphomas presenting in body cavities or cystic spaces, as well as cavity-based T-cell lymphoproliferations such as breast implant associated ALCL.
  3. The many faces of nodal and splenic marginal zone lymphomas
    Examples include: nodal MZL, nodal paediatric MZL, splenic marginal zone lymphoma and well documented cases of transformed MZL (BN2 group) (MALT lymphomas are excluded).
  4. Cytotoxic T-cell lymphomas and EBV-positive nodal T/NK cell lymphomas
    Examples include: nodal cytotoxic T-cell lymphomas EBV-positive and EBV-negative (cases arising at extranodal sites are excluded)
  5. Lymphomas with a T-follicular helper cell phenotype
    Examples include: examples illustrating the borderlines with peripheral T-cell lymphoma, NOS and reactive conditions, as well as the association with clonal hematopoiesis of indeterminate potential (CHIP).
Bone marrow workshops

The bone marrow workshop invites submission of cases in the following categories:

  1. Emerging/provisional entities
    Examples include: MLNE with variant translocations; acute leukemias with newly described recurring genetic abnormalities
  2. Myeloma/immunosecretory disease/Amyloidosis
    Examples include: TAFRO, POEMS
  3. Unusual/other neoplasms involving the bone marrow
    Examples include: T-LGL and hepatosplenic T cell lymphoma, systemic mastocytosis
Case requirements Lymphoma workshops
  1. Ten H&E and 15 unstained sections (in cases with very limited tissue please prioritise unstained sections).
  2. Please clearly label the slides with the ‘Lymphoma Workshop Number’ generated at case submission (e.g. EAHP22-LYWS-300).
  3. Print out the lymphoma workshop case abstract that is generated after submission and send along with the glass slides.
  4. Include contact details (email) of the submitting/corresponding author in the package that will be sent.
  5. Please indicate that goods have “a commercial value of €1.00” to avoid customs and import duties.
  6. Check list before you send your case:
    1. Are the slides properly labelled with the correct ‘Lymphoma Workshop Number’?
    2. Have you printed and enclosed the Lymphoma Workshop case abstract?
    3. Are the contact details (email and telephone number) included?
    4. Due to international restrictions, please send your slides by courier indicating a commercial value of €1.00.
Case requirements Bone Marrow workshops
  1. 5 H&E and 10 unstained sections (in cases with very limited tissue please prioritise unstained sections).
  2. Please clearly label the slides with the ‘Bone Marrow Workshop Number’ generated at case submission (e.g. EAHP22-BMWS-300).
  3. Print out the Bone Marrow workshop case abstract that is generated after submission and send along with the glass slides.
  4. Include contact details (email) of the submitting/corresponding author in the package that will be sent.
  5. Please indicate that goods have “a commercial value of €1.00” to avoid customs and import duties.
  6. Check list before you send your case:
    1. Are the slides properly labelled with the correct ‘Bone Marrow Workshop Number’?
    2. Have you printed and enclosed the Bone Marrow Workshop case abstract?
    3. Are the contact details (email and telephone number) included?
    4. Due to international restrictions, please send your slides by courier indicating a commercial value of €1.00.
Case submission

Cases must be sent to Prof. Lorenzo Leoncini (lymphoma workshop) or Prof. Stefano Lazzi (bone marrow workshop) by 14 January 2022. Please indicate that goods have “a commercial value of 1 EUR” to avoid customs and import duties.

Please note that a copy of the case details should be enclosed along with the slides that are sent to Prof. Leoncini and Prof. Lazzi.

Cases will be organized into sessions using the topics chosen by the submitter in the online system but may be rescheduled at the discretion of the workshop panel.

Posting Address for lymphoma workshop

Prof. Lorenzo Leoncini

Department of Medical Biotechnology
Anatomic Pathology Division
Via delle Scotte, 6
53100 SIENA, ITALY
T 0577 585850

Posting Address for bone marrow workshop

Prof. Stefano Lazzi

Department of Medical Biotechnology
Anatomic Pathology Division
Via delle Scotte, 6
53100 SIENA, ITALY
T 0577 585850

Case guidelines

Please read the essentials for cases carefully as abstracts not prepared correctly, will not be considered for presentation.

  • Case text is limited to 3,500 characters (including punctuation and spaces)
  • Case must be submitted in English
  • Please structure your case as follows:
    • Case description
    • Biopsy fixation details
    • Frozen tissue available
    • Details of microscopic findings
    • Immunophenotype
    • Cytogenetics
    • Molecular studies
    • Proposed diagnosis
    • Interesting feature(s) of submitted case
  • No tables and no graphics can be used
  • All cases must contain original work
  • Please choose a topic
  • Please upload your slides (max. 10 MB, PDF or PowerPoint)
  • Please check spelling and grammar carefully. All abstracts will be published as submitted

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