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Continuing Education Credits

Course number 20-778092, approved through 9/1/2022

Objectives

  • Identify tissue and cellular components of a liver biopsy.
  • Describe characteristic histologic features observed in liver biopsies with common liver diseases.
  • Define common special stain applications performed on liver biopsies and list the diseases that the stains assist in identifying.
  • Explain critical factors that contribute to optimal technical preparation of liver biopsies.
  • Identify different pigments that can be seen in liver biopsies.

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
      • Introduction
  • Tissue Identification
      • Connective Tissue
      • Connective Tissue: Type I Collagen
      • Connective Tissue: Type III Collagen
      • Hepatocytes: Liver Epithelial Cells
      • Kupffer Cells and other Sinusoidal Cells
  • Normal Histology
      • Lobular Organization: Portal Tracts and Central Veins
      • Portal Tracts: Bile Ducts
      • Portal Tracts: Arterioles
      • Portal Tracts: Portal Vein
      • Parenchyma: The "Lobule"
      • Parenchyma: Sinusoids
  • Technical Preparation
      • Fixative
      • Rapid Tissue Processing: Transplant Patients
      • Biopsy Cycle Tissue Processing
      • Cassetting: Sponge versus Wrapping
  • Microtomy
      • Artifacts
      • Section Thickness
      • Step Sections
  • Disease
      • Benign Inflammatory Metabolic Disease
      • Benign Inflammatory Metabolic Disease: Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
      • Benign Inflammatory Metabolic Disease: Hemochromotosis and Hemosiderosis
      • Benign Inflammatory Metabolic Disease: Wilson's Disease
      • Benign Inflammatory Metabolic Disease: Amyloidosis
      • Alcoholic Liver Disease
      • Hepatitis: Viral A, B, and C
      • Hepatitis B Core Antigen (HBcAg) and Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg) Double Stain in Liver.
      • Hepatitis: Other Common Viruses
      • Granulomatous Hepatitis
      • Granulomatous Hepatitis: Fungal Infections
      • Hepatitis: Drug Induced
      • Transplant Induced: Rejection
      • Transplant Induced: Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD)
      • Advanced and End Stage Liver Disease (Cirrhosis)
      • Tumors: Benign
      • Tumors: Malignant
      • Malignant Tumors: Metastatic
      • Malignant Tumors: Primary
  • Stains
      • Trichrome
      • Reticulin
      • Rhodanine
      • Prussian Blue
      • Oil Red O
      • Immunohistochemistry (IHC) and Immunoperoxidase (IP)
  • Pigments
      • Exogenous Pigments
      • Endogenous Pigments
  • References
      • References
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