Pathology Section Meeting, Wed 25th Jan 2006

25/01/2006 in RCPI, International House, 20-22 Hatch Street Lower, Dublin 2


The use of immunohistochemistry in differentiating necrotising sialometaplasia from invasive carcinoma of the head and neck_ Dr Hala Rizkalla & Dr Mary Toner, St James Hospital

A practical method of assessing the reduction of interstitial cells of Cajal in slow transit constipation by immunohistochemistry_ Dr Lai Mun Wang, St Vincent’s University Hospital

Is sentinel lymph node biopsy warranted in cases of DCIS diagnosed by needle core biopsy?_ Drs BW Doyle, A O’Doherty, ADK Hill, CM Quinn, Departments of Pathology, Radiology and Surgery, St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin

Glycosylation and Golgi apparatus structural integrity are essential in targeting GLUT1 to membranes of colorectal cancer cells_Drs S Bakhiet, M Izzuan, M Tosetto, H Mulcahy, D O’Donoghue, J O’Sullivan & K Sheahan. Centre for Colorectal Disease, St Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin 4