3.75 CME/SAM CREDITS
This course will focus on approaching the most common morphologic patterns in soft tissue tumors, with an emphasis on low-power architectural patterns and high-power cytologic features that are useful in assessing a given morphologic pattern. Specific patterns addressed will include:
When applicable, discussion will cover the judicious use of ancillary techniques such as immunohistochemistry and fluorescence in situ hybridization. Pathology residents and general surgical pathologists who seek a better understanding of some of the most common adult and pediatric soft tissue tumors based upon the predominant morphologic pattern will find this course useful. Following this session, participants may complete a related online self-assessment module, available at cap.org through October 26, 2011.
You will learn to:
John R. Goldblum, MD, FCAP
Also offered as a virtual course—see Virtual Courses Tab for more details.