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Pathology Board Review 2020

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PATHOLOGY BOARD REVIEW 2020

Oakstone Board Review

This high-yield board review gives you an in-depth workup of the most important topics within each subspecialty of anatomic and clinical pathology. Earn Lifelong Learning and SAM credits.

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An Organized Approach to Board Prep

Pathology Board Review presents a comprehensive array of pathology topics, from head to toe in anatomic pathology, to the nuts and bolts of running a multidisciplinary clinical pathology laboratory with support for highly specialized testing. This online CME course will guide you in applying relevant concepts to the pathology boards examination, and help you to better:

– Define high-yield concepts within anatomic pathology, including neoplasm recognition and subclassification

– Discuss mesenchymal and hematopoietic neoplasms

– Explain basic concepts in placental pathology

– Describe laboratory management concepts and their use with transfusion medicine, blood banking, chemistry, immunology, microbiology, cytogenetics, and more

CHECK SAMPLES

1. Anatomic Pathology (22)

1

Breast Pathology – Ryan Jones, MD

2

Dermatopathology – Robert Moore, MD

3

Gastrointestinal Pathology – Part I – Kristen Stashek, MD

4

Gastrointestinal Pathology – Part II – Kristen Stashek, MD

5

Liver Pathology – Kathleen Byrnes, MD

6

Soft Tissue Pathology – John M. Gross, MD

7

Bone Pathology – John M. Gross, MD

8

Head and Neck Pathology – Lisa Rooper, MD

9

Get Pumped Up: Cardiovascular Pathology Board Review – Melanie Bois, MD

10

Thoracic Pathology – Mitra Mehrad, MD

11

Pediatric and Placental Pathology – Amy Treece, MD

12

Cytopathology I – Gynecologic Cytopathology – Christopher VandenBussche, MD, PhD

13

Cytopathology II – Fluids – Christopher VandenBussche, MD, PhD

14

Cytopathology III – Fine Needle Aspiration – Christopher VandenBussche, MD, PhD

15

Forensic Pathology – Stephanie Dean, MD

16

Medical Renal Pathology for the Boards – Jonathan Zuckerman, MD, PhD

17

Gynecologic Pathology – Maryam Shahi, MD

18

Genitourinary Pathology Part I – Kidney, Bladder, Penis, Scrotum – Andres Matoso, MD

19

Genitourinary Pathology Part II – Testis, and Prostate – Andres Matoso, MD

20

Neuropathology – Fausto Rodriguez, MD

21

Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – Madhurima Koka, MD, PhD

22

Bone Marrow Pathology – Zeba Singh, MBBS

2. Clinical Pathology (5)

1

Transfusion Medicine I – Eric Gehrie, MD

2

Transfusion Medicine II – Eric Gehrie, MD

3

Chemistry I – Stefani Thomas, PhD, NRCC

4

Chemistry II – Stefani Thomas, PhD, NRCC

5

Chemistry III – Stefani Thomas, PhD, NRCC

6

Chemistry IV – Stefani Thomas, PhD, NRCC

7

Hematology – Garrett S. Booth, MD, MS

8

Benign White Blood Cell Disorders – Garrett S. Booth, MD, MS

9

Coagulation – Geoffrey Wool, MD, PhD

10

Immunology and Flow Cytometry – Laura Wake, MD

11

Molecular Pathology – Jialing Huang, MD, PhD

12

Microbiology I – Bacteriology – Alexander J. Fenwick, MD, FCAP

13

Microbiology II – Mycobacteria – Alexander J. Fenwick, MD, FCAP

14

Microbiology III – Mycology – Alexander J. Fenwick, MD, FCAP

15

Microbiology IV – Parasitology – Alexander J. Fenwick, MD, FCAP

16

Microbiology V – Virology – Alexander J. Fenwick, MD, FCAP

17

Cytogenetics – Jennelle Hodge, PhD

18

Overview of Laboratory Management: Principles and Practical Aspects – Christopher Tormey, MD

19

Overview of Laboratory Mathematics & Statistics: Principles and Practical Examples – Christopher Tormey, MD

Learning Objectives

After viewing this program, the participant will be better able to:

– List high yield concepts within anatomic pathology, including recognition and subclassification of neoplasms of the breast, skin, gastrointestinal tract, hepatobiliary tract, soft tissue, bone, head and neck, heart, lung, kidney, male and female reproductive tracts, and brain

– Discuss mesenchymal and hematopoietic neoplasms, including those involving children

– Apply ultrasound to musculoskeletal, gynecological, obstetrical, cardiovascular and other organ systems

– Describe concepts of laboratory management and explain their utilization in health care, specifically with transfusion medicine / blood baking, chemistry, hematology (including hemoglobinopathies), coagulation, immunology, microbiology (including bacteriology, virology, parasitology), and molecular techniques ranging from cytogenetics to next generation sequencing

Intended Audience

This course is designed for pathology residents/fellows preparing for their specialty examinations, as well as practicing pathologists who wish to fulfill MOC (CME and SAM) requirements, prepare for recertification, or update their knowledge in general.

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Date of Original Release: July 15, 2020

Date of Original Release: July 15, 2023

Estimated Time to Complete: 50

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