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High-Yield Dermatopathology: Best practices, Algorithms, Clues and Approches to Critical Problems in Everyday Practice.
Advanced CME Course for Experienced Pathologists, Dermatologists and Dermatopathologists. Course Objectives: Will Learn and Incorporate Best Practices and Approach to Histological Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Conditions, emphasizing the importance on Clinicopathological Correlation. Will Be More Knowledgeable on Updates to Classification of Melanocytic Tumors. Will Have Better Understanding in Histological Differential Diagnosis of Atypical Lymphoid Infiltrates of the Skin. Course Director: * Artur Zembowicz, M.D., Ph.D. (Boston, MA) Local Chair: * Grzegorz Dyduch (Krakow, Poland) Faculty: * Nooshin Brinster, MD…Find out more »
Learning Objectives: This two-day extensive review of Gastrointestinal pathology will enable pathologists to: Become more proficient in diagnosis and clinical significance of inflammatory, reactive, and malignant lesions of GI tract. Update current knowledge of Celiac Disease. Describe criteria for diagnosis in Barrett’s Esopahagus Review pathological features of Chronic Hepatitis. Improve criteria for interpretation of mediacl-related injury and other inflammatory conditions of GI tract. Monday, May 25, 2020 08:00 Registration 09:30 Esophagitis - C. Arnold, MD 10:30 Celiac Disease Update -…Find out more »
Learning Objectives: The course is designed to help pathologists: Understand the wide morphologic spectrum of soft tissue tumors and associated diagnostic challenges. Learn about recent developments in diagnosis of pleomorphic, round cell, spindle and epithelioid sarcomas. Describe criteria for diagnosis in endocrine tumors in order to compare different entities which may pose relevant difficulties in today’s practice Utilize practical slide seminar sessions to discuss and compare morphological criteria applied to soft tissue tumors of the head and neck, GI tract…Find out more »