Evaluated by: David B. Kaminsky, M.D., FIAC, May 21, 2017
Original release date: November 17, 2017
Access to this course expires on: May 19, 2020
Faculty: Michelle S. Hirsch, M.D., Ph.D.
General Learning Objectives to be applied to both sessions
- Recognize and diagnose less common variants of renal epithelial neoplasia, including new entities added to the recently updated WHO classification of genitourinary cancers.
- Understand the use of appropriate ancillary studies (IHC, genetic, molecular) to diagnose and subtype kidney tumors.
- Understand the recent changes in AJCC staging of renal epithelial tumors.
Kidney Tumors Part 1
- Recognize and diagnose the various renal cell carcinoma subtypes that are associated with clear cell cytology.
- Recognize and diagnose the various renal cell carcinoma subtypes that are associated with papillary architecture.
- Recognize and diagnose various renal cell tumors with spindle cell morphology.
Kidney Tumors Part 2
- Recognize and diagnose the various renal epithelial tumor subtypes that are associated with oncocytic features, including inheritable tumors.
- Understand and recognize the differential diagnosis of medullary based renal tumors.
- Recognize and diagnose benign and low malignant potential renal tumors.
$150.00 - $200.00