Florence, Italy
September 25-29, 2016

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HOSTING SOCIETIES


Società Scientifica Italiana a carattere interdisciplinare

Associazione Infermieristica per lo Studio delle Lesioni Cutanee

AIUC o.n.l.u.s

Associazione Italiana Ulcere Cutanee


CO-HOSTING SOCIETIES


E.P.U.A.P.

European Pressure Ulcer
Advisory Panel

E.T.R.S.

European Tissue Repair Society

CO - Wound pathology

Learning Objectives: 
Following this session, the participants should be able to:

  1. interpret and identify atypical wounds histological diagnosis more effectively and accurately;
  2. classify and recognize difficult to heal wounds by histopathology and formulate differential diagnosis

Description:
This session is designed to update the audience on new developments in pathology for hard to heal wounds with an emphasis on inflammatory ulcers, especially those that are of most interest to clinical practicioners. Clinical cases will span the full spectrum of wounds differential diagnosis.

Agenda


02.00 pm - 02.35 pm: Helmut Kerl (Austria)
Title: The challenge of differentiating specific ulcerations

02.35 pm - 03.10 pm: Katrin Kerl (Switzerland)
Title: Pyoderma gangrenosum

03.10 pm - 03.45 pm: Valentina Dini Italy)
Title: Wound biopsy: when, which, how  

03.45 pm - 04.15 pm: Cosimo Misciali (Italy)
Title: Vascular leg ulcers: histopathologic aspects

04.15 pm - 04.45 pm: Mariya I. Miteva (USA)
Title: Malignancies in chronic wounds

04.45 pm - 05.25 pm: Mehrdad Nadji (USA) 
Title: The study of cancer biomarkers in chronic wounds

05.25 pm - 06.00 pm: Paolo Romanelli (USA) 
Title: Unmet needs in chronic wounds, is immunohistochemistry the answer?