On Friday, May 29, from 4:15 to 7:40 p.m., join CellNetix pathologist Dr. Elizabeth Kehr and other physicians for the Washington State Society of Pathologists Spring CME Webinar, “COVID-19 Autopsy Findings and Challenging Cases in Gynecological Pathology.” Dr. Kehr will present “Interesting Cases in Uterine and Vulvar Pathology.” Virtual Microscopic Slides for gynecologic cases will be available for attendees in advance of the meeting so that you can review them and formulate your own opinion and differential. Objectives of this program include:
- Describe the hurdles to COVID-19 autopsy performance and strategies to mitigate risk.
- Demonstrate understanding of pathologic findings in COVID-19 patients and how those can be used to guide clinical practice and research.
- Recognize the differences between different uterine mesenchymal tumors with smooth muscle differentiation and describe the clinical implications of these distinctions.
- Describe the differences between classic and differentiated forms of vulvar squamous neoplasia and recognize the clinical implication of this distinction.
- Recognize and diagnose difficult cervical pathology cases in your routine practice.
This program is approved for 3 hours of Category I CME and 3 SAM credits.
View the event page for more information and to register.