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SOT patient with skin lesions

141.1 - SOT patient with skin lesions – what comes to mind?

Presenter: Jessica, Ferguson, ,
Authors: Wanessa Clemente, Jessica Ferguson, Benjamin Kaffenberger, Carlos Cervera, Moises Salgado Pedrosa

TID-TTS Webinar - October 25, 2021

SOT patient with skin lesions – what comes to mind?

Monday, October 25, 2021, 2:00 PM (Local time in Montreal)


The clinicopathological conference will discuss a solid organ transplant recipient with post-transplant skin lesions. 

The presenters and expert panelists will discuss the differential diagnoses and the diagnostic approaches including novel microbiologic tests.

Learning Objectives

  1. To discuss differential diagnoses of skin lesions in a solid organ transplant recipient
  2. To present an illustrated review of the topic considering the perspective of the DERMATOLOGIST and the skin manifestations of systemic diseases in the transplant recipient
  3. To discuss the perspective of ID SPECIALIST on skin infections and investigation flowchart
  4. To review the main topics concerning management and treatment
  5. To discuss the HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FEATURES of the findings and the diagnostic approach considering quality samples for analysis, and applicability of special staining, histochemistry, and molecular biology
Wanessa Clemente
Federal University of Minas Gerais
Jessica Ferguson
Stanford University
United States
Benjamin Kaffenberger  
Expert Discussant
Ohio State University College
United States
Carlos Cervera 
Expert Discussant
University of Alberta
Moises Salgado Pedrosa
Expert Discussant
Federal University of Minas Gerais
Organized in collaboration with the TID Official Journal

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