2019 - 2020 Departmental Awards

A. Bleakley Chandler, MD Resident Award for Academic Excellence in Pathology

The Chandler Award honors Dr. A. Bleakley Chandler, who for 50 years served as a member of the faculty, which included 25 years as Chairman, in the Department of Pathology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Dr. Chandler, Emeritus Professor of Pathology, epitomizes the intent of the Award in that he distinguished himself in teaching, service, research, and leadership. All members of the current housestaff and teaching faculty evaluate eligible residents for excellence in teaching, scholarly activity, clinical service, leadership, and collegiality. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary Award and a personalized plaque.

The 2019 - 2020 recipient of The Chandler Award is: Dr. Thomas (Zach) Thompson

Thomas Thompson                                                                                                  

Dr. Thomas Thompson (Zach) has received the A. Bleakley Chandler award for excellence in academic pathology for the 2019-2020 academic year. He obtained his BS in neuroscience and behavioral biology at Emory University followed by his MD at MCG where he was inducted into AOA. He graduated from our AP/CP residency training program in June of 2020 and will pursue two fellowships at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN: Transfusion Medicine and Cellular Therapy. During his residency in excelled in teaching, scholarly activity, clinical service, leadership and collegiality. We are exceptionally proud of Dr. Thompson's accomplishments and look forward to seeing his future successes. 

Stephen C. Peiper, MD HouseStaff Award for Excellence in Pathology Research

This Award honors Stephen C. Peiper, MD, who for 6 years served as a member of the Pathology Faculty and Chairman of the Department. Residents who displayed excellence in research are recognized with this Award. The criteria for selection is based on many factors including overall research design, hypothesis, and impact on human clinical disease. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary Award and a personalized plaque.

The 2019 - 2020 recipients of the Stephen C. Peiper Award are: Dr. Alex Clavijo & Dr. Saleh Heneidi

Alex Clavijo                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Dr. Alex Clavijo has received the Stephen Peiper award for excellence in research for the 2019-2020 academic year. Dr. Clavijo obtained his BS in psychology at Rutgers University followed by a medical degree at the American University of the Caribbean. He graduated from our AP/CP residency training program in June of 2020 and is pursuing cytopathology training at MUSC. During his time at our training program, he was actively involved in scholarly activity. In the 2019-2020 academic year, Dr. Clavijo contributed to clinical laboratory quality improvement through two peer-reviewed publications in PubMed listed journals. He was the first author on both of these publications. One publication was presented to the national AACC meeting. This article was chosen by the Journal for continuing education credits. The second publication was chosen as a podcast and a platform presentation at the annual meeting of ACLPS. We are exceptionally proud of Dr. Clavjo's accomplishments and look forward to seeing his future successes.  

Saleh Heneidi

Dr. Saleh Heneidi has received the Stephen Peiper award for excellence in research for the 2019-2020 academic year. Dr. Heneidi obtained his MD from the Medical College of Georgia. He will graduate from our AP/CP residency training program in June of 2021 and is pursuing molecular pathology training at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Prior to his residency training and during his time at our training program, he was actively involved in scholarly activity. In the 2019-2020 academic year,  Dr. Heneidi contributed significantly to scholarly pursuits. He had a poster presentation at the USCAP national meeting regarding gender differences in melanoma, demonstrating a novel cluster of genes homozygously deleted in roughly 5% of men with more invasive cancer. He had a poster presentation at the Association for Molecular Pathology regarding molecular evaluation of pancreatic and bile duct cytology. Next, he had a peer-reviewed publication in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences regarding a novel 4-gene signature in colorectal cancer. Finally, he had a poster presentation at the national CAP meeting regarding the molecular evaluation of melanoma which resulted in a 5th place finish overall for top Junior Member abstracts. We are exceptionally proud of Dr. Heneidi's accomplishments and look forward to seeing his future successes.

Faculty Recognition for Outstanding Academic and Professional Contributions to the Pathology Residency Program

This Award honors a Faculty member who demonstrates outstanding teaching and devotion to resident success. Nominees are picked and voted on by the housestaff near the end of the academic year. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a personalized plaque.

The 2019 - 2020 recipient of the Faculty Award is: Dr. Lakshmi Vemavarapu

Dr. Vema                                                                                                    

We would like to congratulate Dr. Lakshmi Vemavarapu on receiving the 2019-2020 Faculty teaching award for her substantial contributions to resident education and mentoring. She has shown significant enthusiasm and dedication towards resident learning and professional development. Approaching each case as a learning opportunity, she stresses the importance of efficiency and professionalism, while taking care to consistently seek resident feedback and participation in active hands-on learning.  Dr. Vema is gifted in spotting potential weakness and working on it gently and attentively while encouraging and lifting each resident. She is currently an associate professor and the Chief of Anatomical Pathology at our affiliated VA Medical Center.

 

2019 - 2020 Resident Scholarly Activity

Below is the master list of scholarly activities from all Pathology Housestaff Members in the past academic year (2019-2020). For the upcoming 2020 Annual CAP meeting, our Department has an impressive 10 posters accepted. The Department is proud of the research completed by the Faculty and Housestaff. Essentially it is required that all Housestaff be scholarly productive to ensure their development of the skills for lifelong learning and can secure competitive fellowships. The Department provides amble time and resources to promote these endeavors including funds to attend National Meetings where original research is being presented as well as funds to conduct research.

Resident                                        

Activity
Alex Clavijo

Clavijo A, Ryan N, Xu H, Singh G. Measurement of monoclonal immunoglobulin protein concentration in serum protein electrophoresis: Comparison of automated versus manual/human readings. Submitted for publication.

Clavijo A, Fallaw D, Coule P,  Singh G. Communication of Critical Laboratory Values: Optimization of the process through Imprivata (Cortex).  Submitted for publication

Clavijo A, Ryan N, Xu H, Singh G. Measurement of monoclonal immunoglobulin protein concentration in serum protein electrophoresis: Comparison of automated versus manual/human readings. Poster Presentation.  To be presented at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry 2019.  Anaheim, California.

Epithelioid Hemangioma involving Acetabulum.  Alex Clavijo, MD1; Thomas Thompson, MD1; Kelly Homlar, MD2; Suash Sharma, MD.1Departments of 1Pathology and 2Orthopedic Surgery, Augusta University, AUGUSTA, Ga. To be presented at CAP 2019.

Saleh Heneidi

Heneidi S, Willhite D, Mondal A, Kolhe RB. Gender Differences in Cutaneous Melanoma and Potential Roles in Clinical Presentations and Outcomes. USCAP 109th Annual Meeting, Feb 2020, Los Angeles, CA.

Heneidi S, Kavuri S, Kolhe R. Utility of Whole Genome Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray (SNPM) and Targeted Somatic Mutations in Evaluation of Pancreatic and Bile Duct Brushings with Atypical Cytopathology. Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) Annual Meeting, November 2019, Baltimore, MD.

Ahluwalia P, Mondal AK, Bloomer C, Fulzele S, Jones K, Ananth S, Gahlay GK, Heneidi S, Rojiani AM, Kota V, R Kolhe. Identification and Clinical Validation of a Novel 4 Gene-Signature with Prognostic Utility in Colorectal Cancer. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2019, 20(15), 3818.1. Ahluwalia P, Mondal AK, Bloomer C, Fulzele S, Jones K, Ananth S, Gahlay GK, Heneidi S, Rojiani AM, Kota V, R Kolhe.  Identification and Clinical Validation of a Novel 4 Gene-Signature with Prognostic Utility in Colorectal Cancer. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2019, 20(15), 3818.

Kolhe R, Heneidi S, Kavuri S, Kota V, Mondal A. Evaluation Of Histologic Mimics of Melanoma: Is FISH Enough? Utility of Whole Genome Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray & Targeted Somatic Mutations in Evaluation Of Histologic Mimics of Melanoma. Our Experience of 100 Histologically Challenging Cases. CAP19 The Pathologists’

Diana Kozman

Diana Kozman, Carlos R. Abramowsky, Janet Poulik, Pheven Dereje, Larisa Bondarenko, Jasmine Vickery, Stephen Dzul, Abdul Hanan & Bahig M. Shehata (2020) Pediatric Right Ventricular Cardiac Steatosis following Immunosuppressive Treatment, Fetal and Pediatric Pathology, DOI: 10.1080/15513815.2020.1728792

Diana Kozman, MD, Samantha Mattox, DO, Gurmukh Singh, MD, PhD, MBA, Serum Folate of Less than 7.0 ng/mL is a Marker of Malnutrition, Laboratory Medicine, , lmz101, https://doi.org/10.1093/labmed/lmz101

Metry D, Heneidi S, Lee W, Biddinger P, Kolhe R, Madi R, Kavuri S. Morphologically benign thyroid tissue presenting years later as renal metastasis; role of molecular pathology. (College of American Pathologists. Orlando, September 2019).

Metry D, Kunak R, Ullah A, Ghleilib I, Abboud R, Kleven D. Cronkhite-Canada syndrome, a case report. (College of American Pathologists. Orlando, September 2019).

Metry D, Clavijo A, Bunyapen C, White J. Rapidly deteriorating cardiomyopathy in a 25 weeks fetus with no known cause, an autopsy case revealing multiple rare congenital cardiac anomalies. (American Journal of Clinical Pathology. Phoenix, Arizona. September 2019).

Rebecca Kunak

Larsen RL, Allen S, Thompson TZ, Bollag R, Singh G. Challenges in Interpreting Multiple Monoclonal Bands on Serum Protein Electrophoresis and Serum Immunofixation Electrophoresis: an Illustrative Case Report. The Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine. 2019; 4(3): 455-459.

Kunak RL, Rojiani A, Savage NM. Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia with PML-RARA. Academic Pathology. 2019; 1-6.

Kunak RL, Badin K, Bryan L, Savage NM. ALK-Negative Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma: A Rare Leukemic Presentation. College of American Pathologists. Orlando, Florida. September, 2019.

Kunak RL. Non-ST elevation myocardial infarction. College of American Pathologists Hematology and Clinical Microscopy Committee Participant Summary Report and Educational Activity. Survey VBS-A. Northfield, IL 2020.

Kunak RL. Beta thalassemia trait and concordant iron deficiency. College of American Pathologists Hematology and Clinical Microscopy Committee Participant Summary Report and Educational Activity. Survey KP-C 2019. Northfield, IL 2019.

Samantha Mattox

Mattox SN, Ullah A, Clavijo A, Kunak RL, Nwogbo OJV, Ghleilib I, McMullen A, Savage NM. Atypical Gamma-Delta T-cell Reaction in a Case of Listeria Meningitis. College of American Pathologists. Orlando, Florida. September, 2019.

Mattox SN, Velasquez LA, Ullah A, Kunak RL, Heneidi S, Biddinger P, Kavuri S. Oncocytic Papillary Cystadenoma, an Unusual Variant Presenting as Laryngeal Ventricular Cyst. College of American Pathologists. Orlando, Florida. September, 2019.

Mattox SN, Ullah A, Clavijo A, Velasquez LA, Ghleilib I, Kozman DM, Savage NM, Patel N. Diagnostic Challenge of Large B cell Lymphoma of Pancreas on Cytology as a Primary Presentation. College of American Pathologists. Orlando, Florida. September, 2019.

Okechukwu Nwogbo

Nwogbo OJV, Juan Cintron Garcia , Thuy Le , Germame H. Ajebo, Sheila Tinsley, James Shikle: Stem Cell Mobilization Using Parathyroid Hormone Analog: A Single Institutional Review. Accepted for presentation at American Society for Apheresis, Annual Meeting 05/2020.

Nwogbo OJV, Walczak L, Kleven D, Kolhe R: Clinical Utility of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) Microarray in evaluations of soft tissue lesions on Formalin fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) samples vs Karyotype on blinded fresh samples in frozen room. Annual Meeting 09/2019

Nwogbo OJV, Waseem B, Bryan L, Savage NM: Hepatosplenic T-cell lymphoma with Blastoid Morphology, mimicking Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Accepted for presentation at College of American Pathology, Annual Meeting. September 2019.

Thomas (Zach) Thompson
Thompson, TZ., McMullen, AR. Group A Streptococcus Testing in Pediatrics: The Move to Point of Care Molecular Testing. Accepted for Publication on 03/05/2020.
Asad Ullah

Ullah A. Velasquez ZL. Mattox SN. Metry D. Heneidi SG. Sharma S. Kleven D; Novel Driver Mutation of YWHAE Gene Amplification Identified in High Grade Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma. CAP19, The Pathologists’ Meeting, September 2019, Orlando, FL.

Ullah A. Mattox SN. Clavijo A. Velasquez ZL. Nwogbo OV. Ameri A. Savage N; Distinguishing Classical Hodgkin Lymphoma Posttransplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder from Other Types of Posttransplant Lymphoproliferative Disorders. CAP19, The Pathologists’ Meeting, September 2019, Orlando, FL.

Ullah A. Heneidi SG. Kolhe R. White J; SNP‐Microarray Molecular Analysis of Hepatoblastoma Discovered on Autopsy of Infant with Trisomy 18. CAP19, The Pathologists’ Meeting, September 2019, Orlando, FL.

 

 

2018 - 2019 Departmental Awards

A. Bleakley Chandler, MD Resident Award for Academic Excellence in Pathology

The Chandler Award honors Dr. A. Bleakley Chandler, who for 50 years served as a member of the faculty, which included 25 years as Chairman, in the Department of Pathology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Dr. Chandler, Emeritus Professor of Pathology, epitomizes the intent of the Award in that he distinguished himself in teaching, service, research, and leadership. All members of the current housestaff and teaching faculty evaluate eligible residents for excellence in teaching, scholarly activity, clinical service, leadership, and collegiality. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary Award and a personalized plaque.

The 2018 - 2019 recipient of The Chandler Award is: Dr. Rebecca Kunak

Rebecca Kunak                                                                                                  

We would like to congratulate Dr. Rebecca Kunak for winning the 2019 A. Bleakley Chandler, MD Resident Award for Excellence in Pathology. Dr. Kunak began her pathology residency in July of 2016 after completing a year of surgery training and will graduate in June of 2020. During her time at our institution, she has displayed great skills in teaching, service, research, and leadership. Her true dedication to optimal patient care is evidence daily by her application of medical knowledge, exceptional efficiency, work ethic, and willingness to serve. She has presented numerous posters at national meetings, and a recent oral platform resulted in a 2nd place award for her efforts. In addition, she has published several articles in peer-reviewed publications. After graduation, she will complete a Hematopathology fellowship at University of New Mexico.

RCMS Award

James R. Lyle Resident Research Award

Dr. Rebecca Kunak received 2nd prize in platform presentation for her research at the annual Richmond County Medical Society meeting.

Mr. Lyle served as the executive director of the Richmond County Medical Society from 1978 until his passing in 2007. He was very dedicated to organized medicine. This is an annual oral platform research competition which is held in his honor. The event gives residents an opportunity to present original research as well as provide continuing medical education credit to the physicians of Richmond County.

Stephen C. Peiper, MD HouseStaff Award for Excellence in Pathology Research

This Award honors Stephen C. Peiper, MD, who for 6 years served as a member of the Pathology Faculty and Chairman of the Department. Residents who displayed excellence in research are recognized with this Award. The criteria for selection is based on many factors including overall research design, hypothesis, and impact on human clinical disease. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary Award and a personalized plaque.

The 2018 - 2019 recipient of the Stephen C. Peiper Award is: Dr. Thomas (Zach) Thompson

Zach Thompson                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

We would like to congratulate Dr. Thomas Thompson (Zach) for winning the 2019 Peiper Award. Dr. Thompson began his residency in July of 2016 after earning his MD from the Medical College of Georgia and will graduate from the residency training program in June of 2020. Dr. Thompson has a true passion for research and has shown excellent productivity during his residency. He has presented numerous posters at national meetings in addition to several publications. Dr. Thompson's exemplary knowledge in pathology and passion for Transfusion Medicine fuels his academic success. After graduation, he will complete a Transfusion Medicine fellowship at the Mayo Clinic.

Faculty Recognition for Outstanding Academic and Professional Contributions to the Pathology Residency Program

This Award honors a Faculty member who demonstrates outstanding teaching and devotion to resident success. Nominees are picked and voted on by the housestaff near the end of the academic year. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a personalized plaque.

The 2018 - 2019 recipient of the Faculty Award is: Dr. Nikhil Patel

Dr. Patel                                                                                                    

We would like to congratulate Dr. Nikhil Patel for being awarded the Faculty teaching award as voted by the residents for the 2018-2019 academic year.  Dr. Patel has shown a significant dedication towards resident education in his lectures, unknown lectures, and sign-out sessions. He has a great ability in pointing out the fundamental details one must use in approaching a case.  Additionally, it is clear that he listens to and incorporates resident feedback into his lectures to better respond to the residents individual learning styles. He received his medical degree at the N.D.M.V.P.S Medical college in India.  He pathology training includes the University of Florida, East Carolina Brody School of Medicine, and Baylor College of Medicine.  Dr. Patel currently is assistant professor and director of cytopathology.

 

2018 - 2019 Resident Scholarly Activity

Below is the master list of scholarly activities from all Pathology Housestaff Members in the past academic year (2018-2019). For the upcoming 2019 Annual CAP meeting, our Department has an impressive 10 posters accepted. The Department is proud of the research completed by the Faculty and Housestaff. Essentially it is required that all Housestaff be scholarly productive to ensure their development of the skills for lifelong learning and can secure competitive fellowships. The Department provides amble time and resources to promote these endeavors including funds to attend National Meetings where original research is being presented as well as funds to conduct research.

Resident                                         Activity
Mara Banks

Banks M, Shikle J. Hyperhemolysis Syndrome in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease. Arch Pathol Lab Med. 2018;142(11):1425-1427.

Alex Clavijo

Fang J, Kornfield A, Clavijo A, Vyas S, Byrd JK, Schroeder C, Bates WB, Kleven D. Clear Cell Myoepithelial Carcinoma Arising from the Hard Palate with Metastasis to the Lungs. Case Rep Pathol. 2019;3863270.

Clavijo A, Fallaw D, Coule P,  Singh G. Communication of Critical Laboratory Values: Optimization of the Process Through Imprivata (Cortex). Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists. Salt Lake City, Utah. May, 2019.

Clavijo A, Waseem B, Bryan L, Savage NM. Diagnostic dilemmas in B-cell prolymphocytic leukemia. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Nemshah Y, Clavijo A, Sharma G.  Amyloid Heart Disease.  US Cardiology Review. 2018;12(2):113–118.

Intisar Ghleilib

Ghleilib I, Badin K, Hambrick J, Jillella A, Savage NM. CD25 in B lymphoblastic leukemia. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Saleh Heneidi

Robinson RL, Sharma A, Bai S, Heneidi S, Lee TJ, Kodeboyina SK, Patel N, Sharma S. Comparative STAT3-regulated Gene Expression Profile in Renal Cell Carcinoma Subtypes. Front Oncol. 2019.

Daigle HJ, Oh JS, Heneidi S, Spartz H, Kruse EJ. Incisional Malignant Evolution of Pancreatic Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasm. Am Surg. 2018;84(9):e398-e400. PMID: 30454512.

Heneidi S, Bloomer C, Ahluwalia P, Mondal A, Kolhe R. Investigating Myeloid-derived Suppressor Cells (MDSC) Gene Expression in Predicting Outcome in Stage Matched Colorectal Cancer Patients. American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). Atlanta, GA. April, 2019.

Heneidi S, Mondal A, Pundkar C, Chaubey A, Kolhe RB. Evaluation of Atypical Lipomatous tumors (ALT) on Small Biopsies: Is MDM2 FISH Enough? Utility of Whole Genome Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray (SNPM) & Targeted Somatic Mutations in Evaluation of Evaluation of ALT. Our Experience of 50 Histologically Challenging Cases. United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology. National Harbor, Maryland. March, 2019.

Heneidi S, Larsen R, Imran A, Locke B, Savage NM. HIV associated EBV positive lymphoproliferative disorder presenting as diverticulitis. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Rebecca Kunak

Larsen RL, Kleven D, Ghamande S, Chaubey A, Mondal A, Pundkar C, Kolhe R. Utility of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray (SNPM) and Targeted Mutation Analysis in Resolving the Dilemma of Synchronous vs. Metastatic Carcinomas of the Endometrium and Ovary/Fallopian tube. Richmond County Medical Society. Augusta, Georgia. April, 2019.

Larsen RL, Savage NM. How I Investigate Eosinophilia. Int J of Lab Hem. 2018;1-9.

Won Lee

Edelmayer L, Ito C, Lee WS, Kimbrough J, Kountakis SE, Byrd JK. Conversion to Chronic Invasive Fungal Sinusitis From Allergic Fungal Sinusitis in Immunocompetence. Laryngoscope. 2019;00:1–4.

Lee WS, Singh G. Serum Free Light Chain Assay in Monoclonal Gammopathic Manifestations. Laboratory Medicine 2019;XX:1–9.

LeeWS, Singh G.  Serum Free Light Chains in Neoplastic Monoclonal Gammopathies: Relative Under-Detection of Lambda Dominant Kappa/Lambda Ratio, and Underproduction of Free Lambda Light Chains, as Compared to Kappa Light Chains, in Patients With Neoplastic Monoclonal Gammopathies. J Clin Med Res. 2018;10(7): 562–569.

Gani I, Doroodchi A, Falkenstrom K, Berry H, Lee WS, Mulloy L, Saeed M, Kapoor R. Gastric Mucormycosis in a Renal Transplant Patient Treated with Isavuconazole Monotherapy. Case Rep Transplant. 2019; Article ID 9839780.

Lee WS, Caponetti GC. Kimura Disease in a Caucasian Male.  Society for Hematopathology/European Association for Hematopathology Workshop. Phoenix, Arizona. September, 2019.

Diana Metry

Metry D, Banks M, Ahmad I, Pantin J, Savage NM. Familial Platelet Disorder and RUNX1 Mutation with Development of B-Lymphoblastic Leukemia. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Metry D, Ghleilib I, Nwogbo O, Kavuri S, Sharma S, Alsaied A, Biddinger P. Laryngeal Allergic Mucoid Impaction in Bilateral False Vocal Cords. American Society of Clinical Pathology. Baltimore, Maryland. October 2018.

Okechukwu Nwogbo

Nwogbo OJV, Larsen RM, Ameri A, Savage, NM. Pseudo-Gaucher Cells in Association with Pediatric Hodgkin Lymphoma. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Nwogbo OJV, Wang G, Johnson B, Mondal A, Pundkar C, Chaubey A, Sharma S, Kolhe R.  Utility of Whole Genome Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray (SNPM) and Targeted Somatic Mutations in Evaluation of Histologically Equivocal Adrenal Cortical Neoplasm. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Nwogbo OJV, Wang G, Johnson B, Mondal A, Pundkar C, Chaubey A, Kavuri S, Sharma S, Kolhe R.  Utility of Whole Genome Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray (SNPM) and Targeted Somatic Mutations in Evaluation of Cytologically Challenging Case of Mesothelioma. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Nwogbo OJV, Wang G, Johnson B, Mondal A, Pundkar C, Chaubey A, Kavuri S, Kolhe R.  Utility of Whole Genome Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray (SNPM) and Targeted Somatic Mutations in Evaluation of Cytologically Bland but Clinically Worrisome Lipomatous Lesion on a Core Biopsy. College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Nwogbo OJV, Yeh J, Allen S, Tinsley S, Bollag R, Jillella A. Evaluation of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Collection Parameters: Does Increased Yield Improve Quality? American Association of Blood Banks. Boston, Massachusetts. October, 2018.

Matt Powell

Powell M, Patel N, Ray C, Pantin J, Savage N. An Unusual Cause of Vaginal Bleeding.  College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018.

Nathan Ryan

Ryan N, Nawaz M, Locke B, Savage NM. Unusual morphologic and immunophenotypic progression of follicular lymphoma after acquisition of MYC College of American Pathologists. Chicago, Illinois. October, 2018

Thomas (Zach) Thompson

Thompson TZ, Larsen RL, Savage NM, Agarwal S, Chazelle J, Singh G. Intraoperative Monitoring of Heparin: Comparison of Activated Coagulation Time and Whole Blood Heparin Measurements by Different Point-of-Care Devices with Heparin Concentration by Laboratory-Performed Plasma Anti-Xa Assay. Laboratory Medicine 2019;XX:1–9.

Patel KB, Gaidis A, Stephens A, Thompson TZ, Williams H, Rungruang B. A Report of Bell’s Palsy Triggered by Leptomeningeal Metastases from Recurrent High Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer. Gynecol Oncol Rep. 2018;19:26:82-86.

Thompson TZ, Allen S, Jajosky R, Singh G, Shikle J. 2019 Appropriate Utilization of Apheresis: A Critical Review of Apheresis Procedures Declined by the Medical Director. American Society of Apheresis. Portland, Oregon. May, 2019.

 

2017 - 2018 Departmental Awards

A. Bleakley Chandler, MD Resident Award for Academic Excellence in Pathology

The Chandler Award honors Dr. A. Bleakley Chandler, who for 50 years served as a member of the faculty, which included 25 years as Chairman, in the Department of Pathology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Dr. Chandler, Emeritus Professor of Pathology, epitomizes the intent of the Award in that he distinguished himself in teaching, service, research, and leadership. All members of the current housestaff and teaching faculty evaluate eligible residents for excellence in teaching, scholarly activity, clinical service, leadership, and collegiality. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary Award and a personalized plaque.

The 2017 - 2018 recipient of The Chandler Award is: Dr. Matthew Powell

matt powell                                                                                                  

We would like to congratulate Dr. Matthew Powell for winning the 2018 A. Bleakley Chandler, MD Resident Award for Excellence in Pathology. Dr. Powell began his residency in July of 2015 and will graduate in June of 2019. During his time at our institution, he has displayed great skills in teaching, service, research, and leadership. Throughout his residency he has shown exemplary collegiality by always lending a helping hand to his colleagues, thereby demonstrating true leadership and service. He is passionate about teaching, and is heavily relied upon to guide and instruct his junior residents. He has presented numerous posters at national meetings including two at the upcoming CAP 2018 Annual meeting. After graduation, he will complete a Dermatopathology fellowship at Geisinger Health System.

Stephen C. Peiper, MD HouseStaff Award for Excellence in Pathology Research

This Award honors Stephen C. Peiper, MD, who for 6 years served as a member of the Pathology Faculty and Chairman of the Department. Residents who displayed excellence in research are recognized with this Award. The criteria for selection is based on many factors including overall research design, hypothesis, and impact on human clinical disease. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary Award and a personalized plaque.

The 2017 - 2018 recipient of the Stephen C. Peiper Award is: Dr. Won Lee

Dr. Won Lee                                                             

We would like to congratulate Dr. Won Lee for winning the 2018 Peiper Award and the Travel Award from the Southeast Section of American Association for Clinical Chemistry for Excellence in Pathology Research. Dr. Lee began his residency in July of 2015 and will graduate in June of 2019. Won has a true passion for research and has shown exemplary productivity during his residency. He has presented numerous posters at national meetings including 6 at the annual USCAP meeting during his first year in residency alone. Recent work regarding serum free light chains in neoplastic monoclonal gammopathies has resulted in 2 poster presentations and a platform presentation at national meetings and two publications. After graduation, he will complete a hematopathology fellowship at University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Lee receiving his Travel Award                                                       

 

Faculty Recognition for Outstanding Academic and Professional Contributions to the Pathology Residency Program

This Award honors a Faculty member who demonstrates outstanding teaching and devotion to resident success. Nominees are picked and voted on by the housestaff near the end of the academic year. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a personalized plaque.

The 2017 - 2018 recipient of the Faculty Award is: Dr. Charles T. Bruker

Dr. Bruker                                                                                                    

We would like to congratulate Dr. C. Todd Bruker for his significant contributions to resident education and mentoring. Dr. Bruker has shown significant enthusiasm and dedication towards resident learning and professional development. He has a true knack for finding the best in each resident to ensure they succeed and develop into their fullest potential. Dr. Bruker is a graduate of the Medical College of Georgia and now serves as the Chief of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at our affiliated VA Medical Center. 

 

2017 - 2018 Resident Scholarly Activity

Below is the master list of scholarly activities from all Pathology Housestaff Members in the past academic year (2017-2018). For the upcoming 2018 Annual CAP meeting, our Department has an impressive 11 posters accepted. The Department is proud of the research completed by the Faculty and Housestaff. Essentially it is required that all Housestaff be scholarly productive to ensure their development of the skills for lifelong learning and can secure competitive fellowships. The Department provides amble time and resources to promote these endeavors including funds to attend National Meetings where original research is being presented as well as funds to conduct research.

Resident                                        

Activity

Scott Allen

Sater HA, Allen S, Pundkar C, Jones K, Patel N, Kolhe R, Bollag R, Janik J, Schroeder C. Octaplex Spectral Imaging of Non-Small cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC): In Depth Insights Into the Lung Cancer Microenvironment. American Association for Cancer Research. Chicago, Illinois. April, 2018.

Allen S, Thompson TZ, Jajosky R, Singh G, Shikle J. Critical Review of Apheresis Procedures Turned Down by the Medical Director. America's Blood Centers. Montreal, Quebec. August, 2018. 

Alex Clavijo

Clavijo A, Homlar K, Sharma S. Role of NKX2.2 Immunopositivity in the diagnosis of Ewing sarcoma and Ewing-like sarcoma. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Clavijo A, Heneidi S, Lee W, Ameri A, Savage NM. Anterior Mediastinal Myeloid Sarcoma: A Rare Presentation and Possible Prognostic Indicator. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Rebecca Larsen

Savage NM, Larsen R. Myeloid and Lymphoid Neoplasms with Eosinophilia and Abnormalities of PDGFRA. 2017 HPATH-B: Online Education Activity (SAM eligible). College of American Pathologists; Online Self-Assessment Module. November, 2017.

Larsen RL, Kleven D, Ghamande S, Chaubey A, Mondal A, Pundkar C, Kolhe R. Utility of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Microarray (SNPM) and Targeted Mutation Analysis in Resolving the Dilemma of Synchronous vs. Metastatic Carcinomas of the Endometrium and Ovary/Fallopian tube. United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology. Vancouver, BC, Canada. March, 2018.

Larsen RL, Thompson TZ, Kutlar A, Shikle JF, Savage NM. Potential Reduction in Exchange Frequency with Hydroxyurea in Hemoglobin Mizuho. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Larsen RL, Patel N, McDonough CH, Johnson TS, Savage NM. Mixed Phenotypic Acute Leukemia, T/Myeloid, NOS Presenting as a Mediastinal Mass in a Child. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Larsen RL, Toscano MP, Bryan LJ, Savage NM. A Rare Case of Richter Transformation to Two Different Types of High Grade Lymphoma during the Course of the Disease. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Won Lee

Lee W, Singh G. Serum Free Light Chains in Neoplastic Monoclonal Gammopathies: Relative Underproduction and Under-detection of Free Lambda Light Chains, as Compared to Kappa Light Chains, in Patients with Neoplastic Monoclonal Gammopathies. Academy of Clinical Laboratory and Physician Scientists. Houston, Texas. June, 2018.

Lee W, Singh. G. Oligoclonal Pattern/Abnormal Protein Bands in Post-Treatment Plasma cell Myeloma Patients: Implications for Protein Electrophoresis and Serum Free Light Chain Assay Results. Diagnostic Management Team Conference. Galveston, Texas. February, 2018.

Lee W, Singh G. Serum Free Light Chains in Neoplastic Monoclonal Gammopathies: Relative Underproduction and Under-detection of Free Lambda Light Chains, as Compared to Kappa Light Chains, in Patients with Neoplastic Monoclonal Gammopathies. Diagnostic Management Team Conference. Galveston, Texas. February, 2018.

Matt Powell

Powell M, Savage NM, Locke B, Dainer P, Natkunam Y, Jaffe E.  Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia / Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma with Hodgkin-like Cells and Subsequent Progression to Classical Hodgkin Lymphoma: A Rare Richter Transformation.  College of American Pathology.  National Harbor, Maryland.  October, 2017.

Marks R, Powell M, Davis L. I Must In-Cyst on a Biopsy.  Southeastern Consortium for Dermatology. Augusta, Georgia. November, 2017.

Filo A, Powell M. Assessment of Systemic Vasculitis: Geriatric Onset of Henoch Schonlein Purpura. American College of Physicians Regional Conference. Savannah, Georgia October, 2017.

Eriksen B, Powell M, Savage NM, Stansfield B, Mann P. Noonan Syndrome Presenting with Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia-like Picture in a Preterm Infant. College of American Pathology. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Nathan Ryan

Ryan NE, Savage NM, Toscano M, Kleven D, Pantin J, Kavuri S. You Don't Always Get What You "Pap" For: A Rare Presentation of Classical Hodgkin Lymphoma. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Zach Thompson
Thompson TZ, Larsen R, Savage NM, Shikle J. 2017 A Case of Mixed-Type Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia with a Complex Autoantibody Specificity including a Ficin Sensitive Cold Agglutinin and a Warm Autoanti-e Treated with Therapeutic Plasma Exchange. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.
Shikhar Vyas

Vyas SG, Sportès C, Savage NM. Erdheim-Chester Disease: A Unique Case with Long Term Follow-up and Subsequent Development of Concurrent Lymphoma and Trisomy 8. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Vyas SG, Singh G. Recording the Location of Monoclonal Immunoglobulin for Delta Check and Oligoclonal Pattern Identification. College of American Pathologists.  National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

Vyas SG, Kleven D, Sharma S. Novel CD30 and GATA3 Staining in Embryoid Bodies: A Case of Mixed Germ Cell Tumor with Polyembryoma-like Pattern. College of American Pathologists. National Harbor, Maryland. October, 2017.

2016 - 2017 Departmental Awards

A. Bleakley Chandler, MD Resident Award for Academic Excellence in Pathology

The Chandler Award honors Dr. A. Bleakley Chandler, who for 50 years served as a member of the faculty, which included 25 years as Chairman, in the Department of Pathology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Dr. Chandler, Emeritus Professor of Pathology, epitomizes the intent of the award in that he distinguished himself in teaching, service, research, and leadership. All members of the current housestaff and teaching faculty evaluate eligible residents for excellence in teaching, scholarly activity, clinical service, leadership, and collegiality. The award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary award and plaque.

The 2016 - 2017 recipient of The Chandler Award is: Dr. Abric Rosengrant

We would like to congratulate Dr. Abric Rosengrant for winning the 2017 Chandler Award. Dr. Rosengrant began his residency in July of 2013 and graduated in June of 2017.  During his time at our institution, he displayed great skills in lab management and leadership.  In his Chief year (2016-2017), he completed an impressive project regarding improving the phlebotomy procedure in the Emergency Room, which effectively changed policy.  He is currently completing a cytopathology fellowship at Geisinger Health System in Danville, PA.

Stephen C. Peiper, MD HouseStaff Award for Excellence in Pathology Research

This Award honors Stephen C. Peiper, MD, who for 6 years served as a member of the Pathology Faculty and Chairman of the Department. Residents who displayed excellence in research are recognized with this Award. The criteria for selection is based on many factors including overall research design, hypothesis, and impact on human clinical disease. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a monetary award and plaque.

The 2016 - 2017 recipients of the Stephen C. Peiper Award are: Dr. Joanna Chaffin and Dr. Shikhar Vyas

Dr. Joanna Chaffin Dr. Shikhar Vyas

Dr. Joanna Chaffin completed her residency in June of 2017, which included a Chief year (2016-2017). She has been recognized for her strong diagnostic skills and effectiveness as well timeliness in research.  During her time at our institution, she published three separate book chapters regarding myeloid and lymphoid neoplasms associated with eosinophilia and was the first author to various research projects including work on investigating the molecular mechanism of aggressive systemic mastocytosis. Dr. Chaffin is currently completing a Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology Fellowship at the University of Florida, which will be followed by a Hematopathology Fellowship.


Dr. Shikhar Vyas began his residency in our Program in July of 2014 and is a current Chief Resident, who has shown significant skills in group dynamics, interpersonal and communication skills, leadership, and teaching throughout his residency.  His current research, involving the location of monoclonal peaks in serum protein electrophoresis, has won him various awards including the Gerald R. Cooper Travel Award from the American Association for Clinical Chemistry and the ASCP 2017 Annual Meeting Resident Travel Scholarship. After completing his residency, Dr. Vyas will complete a Cytopathology Fellowship at the University of North Carolina.

 

Faculty Recognition for Outstanding Academic and Professional Contributions to the Pathology Residency Program

This Award honors a Faculty member who demonstrates outstanding teaching and devotion to resident success. Nominees are picked and voted on by the housestaff near the end of the academic year. The Award is presented at the graduation ceremony by the Chairman of the Department in the form of a personalized plaque.

The 2016 - 2017 recipient of the Faculty Award is: Dr. Gurmukh Singh

Dr. Savage and Dr. Singh                                                                       

We would like to congratulate Dr. Singh for his significant contributions to resident education and success this past academic year. Dr. Singh has shown a significant amount of enthusiasm and dedication towards resident learning. He has gone above and beyond to ensure residents understand fundamental concepts in laboratory management.  Beyond teaching textbook facts, Dr. Singh’s approach to teaching enables residents to learn how to become successful laboratory directors in their future endeavors.  Dr. Singh’s hobbies include reading Henry’s and lunchtime.

In the picture: Dr. Savage, Program Director, with Dr. Singh, recipient of the Faculty Recognition for Outstanding Academic and Professional Contributions to the Pathology Residency Program

 

2016 - 2017 Resident Scholarly Activity

Below is the master list of all scholarly activities from all Pathology Residents in the past academic year (2016-2017).  This year the residents have set a Departmental record for most CAP submissions ever with 12 total posters accepted. The Department is proud of the impressive research completed by the Faculty and Housestaff. Essentially it is required that all Housestaff be scholarly productive to ensure their development of the skills for lifelong learning and can secure competitive fellowships. The department provide amble time and resources to promote these endeavors including funds to attend National Meetings where original research is being presented and funds to conduct research.

Resident

Activity
Alex Clavijo                                                                                           

Clavijo A, Homlar K, Sharma S. Role of NKX2.2 immunopositivity in the diagnosis of Ewing sarcoma and Ewing-like sarcoma. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Clavijo A, Heneidi S, Lee W, Ameri A, Savage NM. Anterior mediastinal myeloid sarcoma: A rare presentation and possible prognostic indicator. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).
Rebecca Larsen

Larsen RL, Patel N, McDonough CH, Johnson TS, Savage NM. Rare case of Richter transformation to two different types of high grade lymphoma during the course of the disease. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Larsen RL, Toscano MP, Bryan LJ, Savage NM. Mixed phenotypic acute leukemia, T/myeloid, NOS Presenting as a mediastinal mass in a child. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Larsen RL, Thompson TZ, Kutlar A, Shikle JF, Savage NM. Potential reduction in exchange frequency with hydroxyurea in hemoglobin Mizuho. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Thompson TZ, Larsen RL, Savage NM, Shikle JF. A case of mixed-type autoimmune hemolytic anemia with a complex autoantibody specificity including a Ficin sensitive cold agglutinin and a warm autoanti-e treated with therapeutic plasma exchange. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Nathan Ryan

Ryan NE, Savage NM, Toscano M, Kleven D, Pantin J, Kavuri S. You don’t always get what you “Pap” for: A rare presentation of classical Hodgkin lymphoma. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Zach Thompson

Thompson TZ, Larsen RL, Savage NM, Shikle JF. A case of mixed-type autoimmune hemolytic anemia with a complex autoantibody specificity including a Ficin sensitive cold agglutinin and a warm autoanti-e treated with therapeutic plasma exchange. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Larsen RL, Thompson TZ, Kutlar A, Shikle JF, Savage NM. Potential reduction in exchange frequency with hydroxyurea in hemoglobin Mizuho. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Jajosky R, Thompson TZ, Floyd M, Shikle J. Retrospective analysis of PLASMIC in diagnosing (RAPID) TTP. American Society of Apheresis. Fort Lauderdale, FL. 2017.

Won Lee

Clavijo A, Heneidi S, Lee W, Ameri A, Savage NM. Anterior mediastinal myeloid sarcoma: A rare presentation and possible prognostic indicator. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Lee W, Kolhe R, Sharma S. Diffuse astrocytoma WHO grade II with novel MYCN amplification. To be presented in AANP 2017 (Garden Grove, CA).

Lee W, Pundkar C, Mondal A, Chaffin J, Kornfield A, Kolhe R. Investigating the role of Interferon alpha-inducible protein 27 (IFI27) in induction failure, treatment relapse and correlation with overall survival in acute myeloid leukemia (AML). AMP November, 2016. Charlotte, North Carolina.

Kolhe R, Pundkar C, Mondal A, Lee W, Chaubey A. Clinical utility of SNP microarray’s (SNPM) in recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) and infertility on formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) samples versus karyotype on blinded samples. AMP November, 2016. Charlotte, North Carolina.

Chaffin JM, Pundkar C, Mondal A, Kornfield A, Chaubey A, Lee W, Kolhe R. Investigating the molecular mechanism of aggressive systemic mastocytosis: Role of FN1 in aggressiveness. AMP November, 2016. Charlotte, North Carolina.

Lee W, Kolhe R. Adrenocortical carcinosarcoma: A rare case report and literature review. CAP September, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Lee W, Pantin J, Savage NM. Atypical chronic myeloid eukemia with SETBP1, CSF3R, & JAK2 mutations. CAP September, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Lee W, Kolhe R. Granulomatous lobular mastitis: A rare case report with literature review.  CAP September, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Lee W, Ye S, Pantin J, Savage NM. Acute promyelocytic leukemia with t(15;17)(q22;q12) with concordant CD4+ T-cell large granular lymphocytic leukemia. CAP September, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Kolhe R, Lee W, Rosengrant A, Mondal A, Vyas S, Chaubey A. Utility of whole genome single nucleotide polymorphism microarray and targeted somatic mutations in evaluation of atypical lipomatous tumors. CAP September, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Matt Powell

Powell M, Savage N, Locke B, Dainer P, Natkunam Y, Jaffe E.  Chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma with Hodgkin-like cells and subsequent progression to classical Hodgkin lymphoma: A rare Richter transformation.  To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Eriksen B, Powell M, Savage NM, Stansfield B, Mann P. Noonan syndrome presenting with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia-like picture in a preterm infant.  To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Powell M, Kolhe R, Sheehan D, Kleven D.  Immunohistochemical evaluation of infiltrative basal cell carcinomas.  American Society of Dermatopathology October, 2016.  Chicago, Illinois.

Powell M, Sheehan D, Sharma S.  Value of p40 in the diagnosis of spindle cell squamous cell carcinoma.  CAP September, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Powell M, Sheehan D, Kleven D.  Altered morphology and immunohistochemical characteristics in metastatic malignant melanoma after therapy with vemurafenib.  American Journal of Dermatopathology.  2016;38(9):e137-9.

Katrina Lancaster-Shorts

Lancaster-Shorts K, Chaffin JM, Savage NM.
http://atlasgeneticsoncology.org/ (Myeloid and lymphoid neoplasms with eosinophilia and abnormalities of PDGFRA and PDGFRB)

Shikhar Vyas

Vyas SG, Sportès C, Savage NM. Erdheim-Chester disease: A unique case with long term follow-up and subsequent development of concurrent lymphoma and trisomy 8. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Vyas SG, Singh G. Recording the location of monoclonal immunoglobulin for delta check and oligoclonal pattern identification. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Vyas SG, Kleven D, Sharma S. Novel CD30 and GATA3 staining in embryoid bodies: A case of mixed germ cell tumor with polyembryoma-like pattern. To be presented at CAP 2017 (National Harbor, Maryland).

Vyas SG, Singh G, Location of monoclonal peak as a tool in checking specimen integrity, Practical Laboratory Medicine 2017.(8): 49-51.
Joanna Chaffin Chaffin JM, Pundkar C, mondal A, Kornfield A, Chaubey A, Lee W, Kolhe R. Investigating the molecular mechanism of aggressive systemic mastocytosis: Role of FN1 in aggressiveness. AMP November, 2016. Charlotte, North Carolina.

Chaffin JM, Lee JR, Rao SSC, Sharma SJ. Two cases of chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction: A comparison of staining characteristics of enteric visceral myopathy with Hirschsprung disease. Applied Immunohistochemistry and Molecular Morphology 2016;24(8):e72-9.

Savage NM, Chaffin JM. Myeloid and Lymphoid Neoplasms with Eosinophilia. Atlas of Bone Marrow Pathology. Ed. Daniel Arber and Tracy George. Springer.

Savage NM, Chaffin JM. Myeloid and Lymphoid Neoplasms with Eosinophilia and Abnormalities of PDGFRA, PDGFRB, FGFR1, or t(8;9)(p22;p24.1);PCM1-JAK2. Precision Molecular Pathology of Myeloid Neoplasms. Ed. Jeff Chang and Robert Ohgami. Springer.

Lancaster-Shorts K, Chaffin JM, Savage NM.
http://atlasgeneticsoncology.org/ (Myeloid and lymphoid neoplasms with eosinophilia and abnormalities of PDGFRA and PDGFRB)

Abric Rosengrant Normotensive aldosteronism. AACE May 2017. Austin, Texas.

 

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