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DICER1 syndrome: a window into organ development; Ron Lemire Embryology Lecture

Objectives and Disclosures

  • Illustrate the natural history progression of pleuropulmonary blastoma from purely cystic to cystic and solid to solid multipatterned sarcoma
  • Categorize the neoplasms in the different organ systems that can be affected in DICER1 syndrome
  • Analyze DICER1 pathogenic variants to identify the loss of function and hotspot combination that forms the genetic basis of DICER1 syndrome neoplasia

Planners and speaker disclose they have no relevant financial relationships.

Speaker(s)

Ashley Hill, MD

Date

11.11.21

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