Paleopathology Club - Newsletter No. 109 http://www.pathology.vcu.edu/research/paleo/ April, 2007 Dear Members: The 30th Scientific Session of the Paleopathology Club was held Sunday, March 25, 2007 from 8:30-12 noon during the 96th Annual Meeting of The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology March 25, 2007 Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, CA ________ The following were the topics for the Joint Program with the Binford-Dammin Society of Infectious Disease: CHAGAS DISEASE AND TUBERCULOSIS: THE PAST AND THE PRESENT Moderators: Jeannette Guarner, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA and Marvin J. Allison, Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA Paleopathology of Chagas Disease – Marvin J. Allison, Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA Chagas Disease Today – Roberto Badaro, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil, University of California, San Diego, CA Paleopathology of Tuberculosis – Enrique Gerszten, Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA Tuberculosis Today – Antonino Catanzaro, University of California, San Diego, CA ________ The abstracts can be seen at: http://www.uscap.org, click on Companion Society Handouts, agree to the terms and conditions of website use, then click on Joint Program: Binford-Dammin Society of Infectious Disease Pathologist & Paleopathology Club. Case #104: Diagnosis: Tertiary syphilis of the liver (Hepar lobatum). The answer to Case #104 can be viewed and printed in Internet Explorer 6.0 at: http://www.pathology.vcu.edu/paleo/case.104.html Submitted by: Dr. Enrique Gerszten, Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical Campus, Richmond, Virginia, USA. _______ Paleopathology Club April, 2007 Page 2 Case #105: Internal aspect of anterior thorax of a child (year 1900, Virginia, USA). Submitted by: Dr. Enrique Gerszten, Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical Campus, Richmond, Virginia, USA. The slide of Case #105 can be best viewed and printed in Internet Explorer 6.0 at: http://www.pathology.vcu.edu/paleo/case.105.html ________ Notice! If you have an interesting slide you would like to share with other members, please send it along with its history. Very truly yours, Dr. Marvin J. Allison Dr. Enrique Gerszten Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College of Virginia Campus Medical College of Virginia Campus Department of Pathology Department of Pathology Richmond, VA 23298 Richmond, VA 23298 USA USA email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Detach and Send Your Diagnosis by mail or E-Mail Case #105 Diagnosis 1._______________________________________ 2._______________________________________ 3._______________________________________ Comments: In the future our Newsletter will also be available via E-mail, if you wish to receive it by this method, please send us your E-mail address.
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