Histology and cytology activity
Histology part (A)PowerPoint( B) E poster
A (Morphology of Thyroid Carcinomas)
1. The students should prepare a powerpoint on the given topic and do the oral presentation
2. it is histology , don’t write anatomical or generally.
3. Kindly refer books and online literature and prepare your presentation
4. Try to use more images and pictures depending upon your topic
5. Do not put excessive text and/or just do “Reading of slides”
6. The powerpoint slides number should not be more than 15.
7. The maximum time allotted for presentation is 20 minutes
The students should prepare an E-poster on the given topic
1) it is histology , don’t write anatomical or generally.
2. The topic for poster (hepatocelleular carcinoma)
3. Prepare an eposter (soft copy only) for the given topic on paper of standard poster size
4. Use atleast 1 picture of ‘gross appearance’ of the lesion (your topic)
5. Use good quality pictures showing the histopathological features of
6. Include good quality image/images from standard books, journals or
internet and labelling them and mention the references at the bottom
7. Correct choice of background, poster layout and colours should be
8. Describe the important and relevant diagnostic histopathological
points about the topic in the poster. (Do not overcrowd with too much
9. Label the images appropriately for the diagnostic features present in it
10.A foot note for each image is required
Cytology ( E poster only )
Cytomorphology of Lipoma and Myxoid liposarcoma
The students should prepare an e-poster on the given topic.
2. Poster should be sent as a soft copy
3. This cytology activity , don’t write gen
4. The given topic should be explained by using good quality pictures with
appropriate labelling using arrows and description in foot notes for each picture.
5. Tables can be added to mention characteristic cytomorphological findings and
differential diagnosis for the given topic
6. References should be present in the end
7. Data and pictures can be taken from any source, provided due credit is given by
mentioning the reference in the end.