Online journal article in Anatomic Pathology that offers 1.0 continuing education (CME/SAM) credit that can be used to fulfill MOC Part II requirements.
Intended Audience: Pathologists, Residents, Clinical Scientists, Pathologist Assistants
Upon completion of this activity, you will be able to:
· define melanocyte density and atypia in normal and inflamed anal mucosa.
· distinguish benign melanocyte hyperplasia from “trailing” melanoma in situ in...
· distinguish benign melanocyte hyperplasia from “trailing” melanoma in situ in the evaluation of surgical resection margins in anorectal mucosal melanoma.
· discuss potential pitfalls of using the VE1 immunostain in anorectal mucosa to assess for BRAF V600E mutation status in anorectal melanoma.