Evaluated: April 16, 2017 David B. Kaminsky, M.D., FIAC
Last day to purchase course is October 5th, 2019.
Available for CME credit through November 5th, 2019.
CME / SAM 10.0
Surgical pathologists, those with subspecialty interest in genitourinary pathology, and pathologists-in-training would benefit from an update that integrates new information on prostate and renal pathology, eliminates practice gaps and improves patient care. Practitioners and trainees will have the opportunity (with adequate time) to discuss challenging cases with more experienced colleagues who have developed expertise in their specific fields.
Pathologists (surgical, subspecialty and pathologists-in-training) performing intraoperative interpretations would benefit from this broad spectrum array of difficult and controversial ovarian lesion interpreted on frozen section.
- Andreas A. Roma, M.D., Course Director
- Cristina Magi-Galluzzi, M.D., Ph.D.
- Jesse K. McKenney, M.D.
- Christopher Przybycin, M.D.
Please note, the ACCME requires that all learners take a content-based exam in order to claim CME credit. For this purpose, USCAP uses conventional SAM tests to validate that learners have participated in the online content in order to fulfill the ACCME requirement. After you pass your SAM test and take your CME survey, your certificate of completion will be available for you to you view and print by clicking on your name in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
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