Steve Rasmussen, MD, FRCPC
I look back on three decades of anatomical pathology with both pleasure and fear, and I accept the challenge to reflect on that experience. However, I must say at the outset that this short essay will not be about “lessons learned,” but rather the things I never figured out. I was supposed to choose three things to write about, so I started off with a long list, a top ten if you will. From this list I will then select the final three to wade into, shallowly.