Original release date: October 22, 2020
Access to this course expires on: April 22, 2021 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Neuroendocrine differentiation in tumors of the prostate or in the setting of prostate cancer is rare. A survey of these lesions is presented, including usual prostate cancer with focal neuroendocrine marker-positive cells, Paneth cell-like change, prostatic ‘carcinoid’, high-grade neuroendocrine carcinoma, as well as other tumors that do not fit neatly into these categories. The most significant clinical and pathologic features, emerging molecular evidence and the importance of differentiating neuroendocrine tumors involving the prostate from secondary involvement are highlighted.
Practicing academic and community pathologists, and pathologists-in-training
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The following faculty reported no relevant financial relationships: Samson W. Fine, MD
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