Protocol for the examination of specimens from patients with primary carcinoma of the colon and rectum.

@article{Washington2009ProtocolFT,
  title={Protocol for the examination of specimens from patients with primary carcinoma of the colon and rectum.},
  author={M. Kay Washington and Jordan D. Berlin and Philip A. Branton and Lawrence J. Burgart and David K Carter and Patrick L. Fitzgibbons and Kevin C. Halling and Wendy L. Frankel and John Milburn Jessup and Rageshree Ramachandran and Bruce Daniel Minsky and Raouf E. Nakhleh and Carolyn C. Compton},
  journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={133 10},
  pages={
          1539-51
        }
}
The College of American Pathologists offers these protocols to assist pathologists in providing clinically useful and relevant information when reporting results of surgical specimen examinations. The College regards the reporting elements in the “Surgical Pathology Cancer Case Summary (Checklist)” portion of the protocols as essential elements of the pathology report. However, the manner in which these elements are reported is at the discretion of each specific pathologist, taking into account… CONTINUE READING

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