Cancer Cytopathology

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Edited By: Celeste N. Powers, MD, PhD

Impact Factor: 3.183

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 17/78 (Pathology); 95/213 (Oncology)

Online ISSN: 1934-6638

Associated Title(s): Cancer, CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians

Highlighted Papers

  • Cytopathologic features of NUT midline carcinoma: A series of 26 specimens from 13 patients

    Cytopathologic features of NUT midline carcinoma: A series of 26 specimens from 13 patients

    NUT midline carcinoma: mediastinum (fine-needle aspiration and direct smears)

  • Impact of Afirma gene expression classifier on cytopathology diagnosis and rate of thyroidectomy

    Impact of Afirma gene expression classifier on cytopathology diagnosis and rate of thyroidectomy

    Rates of surgery. Cases with no follow-up were excluded. The studied cohorts from prior reports are denoted for comparison. GEC indicates gene expression classifier. .

  • Variations in cancer centers’ use of cytology for the diagnosis of unresectable pancreatic cancer in the National Cancer Data Base

    Variations in cancer centers’ use of cytology for the diagnosis of unresectable pancreatic cancer in the National Cancer Data Base

    Percentage of patients with unresectable pancreatic cancer diagnosed with cytology by facility type, 2011 through 2012.

  • Use of cytology as an auxiliary diagnostic tool in autopsies

    Use of cytology as an auxiliary diagnostic tool in autopsies

    Examples of different lesions sampled: (A) hypertrophy of the myocardium in a patient with complicated hypertension, (B) small cell carcinoma of the lung, and well-differentiated ductal adenocarcinoma of the pancreas

  • Impact of specific patterns on the sensitivity for follicular and Hurthle cell carcinoma in thyroid fine-needle aspiration

    Impact of specific patterns on the sensitivity for follicular and Hurthle cell carcinoma in thyroid fine-needle aspiration

    Hurthle cell carcinoma with large cell dysplasia. Cells were irregular rather than flat sheets, with a nuclear size ratio of at least ×2 (A: H & E, ×400; and B: H & E, ×1000).

  • Clinical mutational profiling of bone metastases of lung and colon carcinoma and malignant melanoma using next-generation sequencing

    Clinical mutational profiling of bone metastases of lung and colon carcinoma and malignant melanoma using next-generation sequencing

    A) Thick cortical bone and tumors with intermixed, small bone fragments. (B) Fragments of cancellous bone only. (C) Various magnifications of a whole slide scan of 1 of the Diff-Quik–stained FNA smears used for NGS analysis.

  • Analytical validity of a microRNA-based assay for diagnosing indeterminate thyroid FNA smears from routinely prepared cytology slides

    Analytical validity of a microRNA-based assay for diagnosing indeterminate thyroid FNA smears from routinely prepared cytology slides

    Overview of the molecular microRNA (miRNA)-based assay

  • Quantitative phase imaging to improve the diagnostic accuracy of urine cytology

    Quantitative phase imaging to improve the diagnostic accuracy of urine cytology

    Schematic setup of the DPM system.

  • Cytopathologic features of NUT midline carcinoma: A series of 26 specimens from 13 patients
  • Impact of Afirma gene expression classifier on cytopathology diagnosis and rate of thyroidectomy
  • Variations in cancer centers’ use of cytology for the diagnosis of unresectable pancreatic cancer in the National Cancer Data Base
  • Use of cytology as an auxiliary diagnostic tool in autopsies
  • Impact of specific patterns on the sensitivity for follicular and Hurthle cell carcinoma in thyroid fine-needle aspiration
  • Clinical mutational profiling of bone metastases of lung and colon carcinoma and malignant melanoma using next-generation sequencing
  • Analytical validity of a microRNA-based assay for diagnosing indeterminate thyroid FNA smears from routinely prepared cytology slides
  • Quantitative phase imaging to improve the diagnostic accuracy of urine cytology

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