I wish all WHO classifications have this attitude: “The new WHO classification, published in 2020, acknowledges these molecular developments in the subclassification of EC. However, in accordance with WHO’s international approach, the new edition continues to classify the tumours based on morphology with the aid of immunohistochemistry, as some molecular techniques remain fairly inaccessible globally.” from Endometrial carcinoma: changes to classification (WHO 2020) – ScienceDirect

I wish all WHO classifications have this attitude: “The new WHO classification, published in 2020, acknowledges these molecular developments in the subclassification of EC. However, in accordance with WHO’s international approach, the new edition continues to classify the tumours based on morphology with the aid of immunohistochemistry, as some molecular techniques remain fairly inaccessible globally.” from Endometrial carcinoma: changes to classification (WHO 2020) – ScienceDirect

 

The new WHO classification, published in 2020, acknowledges these molecular developments in the subclassification of EC.4 However, in accordance with WHO’s international approach, the new edition continues to classify the tumours based on morphology with the aid of immunohistochemistry, as some molecular techniques remain fairly inaccessible globally.

Source: Endometrial carcinoma: changes to classification (WHO 2020) – ScienceDirect