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Update in Pulmonary Pathology: Contemporary Classification and Diagnosis_2017
Location:
Omni San Diego Hotel
675 L St San Diego, CA 92101-7022 
Date:
May 4-6, 2017
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(Co-sponsored by the Pulmonary Pathology Society)

 

General Information:

You need to make critical diagnoses and decisions and keep pace with rapid advances in the field. This course will provide you with practical approaches to diagnosis with a clear focus on the clinical information that’s so critical for quality patient management. A brief review of normal lung anatomy and common conditions will form the basis for discussions of more difficult and unusual diagnoses.

 

You will hear about new proposed classifications of lung adenocarcinomas, as well as guidelines for accurately separating lung carcinomas by histologic subtype; recent updates in interstitial lung disease classifications; the separation of benign and malignant mesothelial proliferations; the latest molecular diagnostic techniques for pulmonary and mesothelial tumors; and advances in understanding and diagnosing pulmonary infections and in diagnosing lymphoproliferative disorders in the lung.

 

 

Credits:  19.5 CME Credits, 9.0 SAM CME Credits 

 

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Following this course, you will be able to:

·         Apply modern classifications and diagnostic formulations in lung pathology.

·         Discuss and apply the new lung adenocarcinoma classification and describe which immunostains are useful in the histologic subtyping of lung carcinomas.

·         Apply improved skills in differentiating relatively uncommon or difficult-to-diagnose conditions.

·         Separate the various forms of interstitial lung disease and understand the clinical/radiologic corrections for these entities

·         Identify new entities in lung disease.

·         Apply enhanced diagnostic accuracy to improve quality assurance.

·         Apply molecular diagnostic techniques to thoracic tumors and determine when/what to order.

·         Identify and gain the information you need from clinicians and radiologist to ensure the accuracy of your diagnoses.

·         Effectively communicate to clinicians and radiologists the information they need to treat patients.

 

Core competencies: PC, MK, ICS, PBL, PR, SBP

Feature:  Virtual glass slide cases will be available through the Internet prior to the course.                                               

 

Intended Audience: Pathologists, Pathology Residents, and Pathologists’ Assistants

 

 

  • List Price: $1,299.00 USD
  • Member Price: $999.00 USD
 
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Faculty List

 

Director:

Andrew Churg, MD, FASCP

University of British Columbia

 

Faculty:

Alain C. Borczuk, MD

Cornell University Medical Center

 

Henry D. Tazelaar, MD, FASCP

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

 

 

 

Course Schedule

, April 12

Thursday, May 4

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