The nuances, discriminatory criteria, and variations encountered in uterine pathology, and the conscientious expectation of diagnostic accuracy in classifying uterine biopsies and surgically excised specimens according to contemporary criteria, demand on-going education in which academic mentors convey their contemporary perspective based on interactive review of microscopic preparations of challenging or representative cases.
This faculty with their emphasis on uterine pathology provides an extraordinary opportunity for trainees, community practitioners and academics to experience front-line decision-making at the astounding USCAP Powers-Sanchez Interactive Center in Palm Springs, California. The course is suitable for OB-GYN residents studying for their clinical Boards.
- Become more familiar with several uncommon gynecologic tumors
- Develop diagnostic algorithms for several common, yet difficult to classify gynecologic entities
- Selectively apply immunohistochemistry to aid in the differential diagnosis of several gynecologic malignancies and pre-cancers
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