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What Every Pathologist Needs to Know 2020

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WHAT EVERY PATHOLOGIST NEEDS TO KNOW 2020

Oakstone Clinical Update

Features microscopy sessions and lectures focused on synthesizing evolving areas of diagnostic pathology to enhance knowledge and improve performance. Earn Lifelong Learning and SAM credits.

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This online CME program stresses tips and pearls relevant to modern diagnostic pathology. What Every Pathologist Needs to Know covers major areas of diagnostic surgical pathology: breast, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, skin, gynecologic, hematopoietic, frozen sections, head and neck, pulmonary, cytopathology, neuropathology, and bone and soft tissue. Speakers draw from their own slide collections, reviewing cases at the microscope and presenting lectures that address real time issues of daily practice, helping you to:

– Define key benign breast lesions likely to be overdiagnosed as carcinomas

– Explain clues for separating reactive and dysplastic gastrointestinal tract lesions

– Assess frozen sections, including pancreatic, parathyroid, and CNS

– Explain an approach to HPV testing in head and neck tumors

– Discuss issues in urothelial cytology

– And more…

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What Every Pathologist Needs to Know 2020 (15)

1

Triple-Negative Breast Cancers on Core Needle Biopsy: Diagnostic Pitfalls – Marissa White, MD

2

Genitourinary Pathology Highlights – Andres Matoso, MD

3

Dysplasia Top to Bottom – Elizabeth A. Montgomery, MD

4

Gastrointestinal Pathology – Microscopy Session – Elizabeth A. Montgomery, MD

5

Skin Lesions – Jerad M. Gardner, MD

6

Gynecologic Pathology Everyday Pearls – Tricia Murdock, MD

7

Lymph Node Pathology: A Systematic Approach and Common Pitfalls – Amy Duffield, MD, PhD

8

Challenges and Pitfalls in Pancreatobiliary Intraoperative Frozen Section Analysis: Margins, Liver and Peritoneal Lesions – Elizabeth D. Thompson, MD, PhD

9

Head and Neck Pathology – Lisa Rooper, MD

10

Cytopathology: What Every Pathologist Needs to Know – Christopher VandenBussche, MD, PhD

11

Cytopathology Live! Educational Cases for Your Consideration – Christopher VandenBussche, MD, PhD

12

Neuropathology Lifesavers – Frozen Section Pitfalls – Fausto Rodriguez, MD

13

Soft Tissue Pathology Key Points – Elizabeth A. Montgomery, MD

14

Soft Tissue Pathology – Microscopy Session – Elizabeth A. Montgomery, MD

15

Bone and Soft Tissue Tips and Pearls – John Reith, MD

Learning Objectives

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

Define key benign breast lesions likely to be over diagnosed as carcinomas

– Understand an approach to bladder and prostate lesions

– Explain clues for separating reactive and dysplastic gastrointestinal tract lesions

– Assess melanocytic neoplasms

– Recognize clues in interpreting pancreatic frozen sections

– Analyze parathyroid frozen sections

– Explain an approach to HPV testing in head and neck tumors

– List appropriate testing for lung carcinomas

– Discuss issues in urothelial cytology

– List key features in pulmonary cytology

– Assess CNS frozen sections

– Evaluate benign bone lesions

– Discuss some key soft tissue lesions

Intended Audience

This activity is designed for pathologists, pathology fellows, community pathologists, and academic pathologists.

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Date of Original Release: June 15, 2020

Date of Original Release: June 15, 2023

Estimated Time to Complete: 16.75

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