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Oakstone Need-to-Know Pathology A Review for Physicians in a Hurry 2023

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+ Target Audience: pathology residents/fellows

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+ Include: 132 videos + 2 pdfs, size: 21 GB

+ Target Audience: pathology residents/fellows

+ Sample video: contact me for sample video

+ Information:

Accreditation

Oakstone Publishing is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation

Oakstone Publishing designates this enduring material for a maximum of 60 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This activity meets the American Board of Pathology’s (ABPath) Continuing Certification program requirements for Part II (CME) Lifelong Learning.

Date of Original Release: February 15, 2023
Date of Credits Expire: February 15, 2026
Estimated Time to Complete: 60 hours

CME credit is awarded upon successful completion of a course evaluation and post-test.

Learning Objectives

At the completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • List high yield concepts within anatomic pathology, including recognition and subclassification of neoplasms of the breast, skin, gastrointestinal tract, hepatobiliary tract, soft tissue, bone, head and neck, heart, lung, kidney, male and female reproductive tracts, and brain
  • Discuss mesenchymal and hematopoietic neoplasms, including those involving children. Explain basic concepts in placental pathology, with a focus on high yield material for the board examination
  • Describe concepts of laboratory management and explain their utilization in healthcare, specifically with transfusion medicine/blood baking, chemistry, hematology (including hemoglobinopathies), coagulation, immunology, microbiology (including bacteriology, virology, parasitology), and molecular techniques ranging from cytogenetics to next generation sequencing

Target Audience

This course is designed for pathology residents/fellows preparing for their specialty examinations, as well as practicing pathologists who wish to fulfill the American Board of Pathology’s (ABPath) Continuing Certification program requirements for Part II (CME) Lifelong Learning, or update their knowledge in general.

 

 

+ Topics:

1. Dermatopathology I – Infectious Diseases of the Skin.mp4
2. Dermatopathology II – Inflammatory Dermpath – Patterns & Terminology.mp4
3. Dermatopathology III – Skin Adnexal Tumors.mp4
4. Dermatopathology IV – Miscellaneous Dermpath.mp4
5. Breast Pathology I – Architecture-based Approach to Breast Board Review.mp4
6. Breast Pathology II – Board Review of Breast Cancer Staging & Prognostication.mp4
7. Cardiovascular Pathology – The Endomyocardial Biopsy.mp4
8. Cardiovascular Pathology – Valves, Vasculitis & Tumors.mp4
9. Thoracic Pathology I – Neoplastic Lung.mp4
10. Thoracic Pathology II – Neoplastic Pleura.mp4
11. Thoracic Pathology III – Non-Neoplastic Lung Disease.mp4
12. Head & Neck Pathology I – Squamous Lesions.mp4
13. Head & Neck Pathology II – Thyroid Tumors.mp4
14. Head & Neck Pathology III – Sinonasal Tumors.mp4
15. Head & Neck Pathology IV – Salivary & Miscellaneous.mp4
16. Gastrointestinal Pathology I – High Yield Esophageal Pathology.mp4
17. Gastrointestinal Pathology II – High Yield Gastric Pathology.mp4
18. Gastrointestinal Pathology III – High Yield Small Intestinal Pathology.mp4
19. Gastrointestinal Pathology IV – High Yield Colon Pathology I – Non-neoplastic.mp4
20. Gastrointestinal Pathology V – High Yield Colon Pathology II – Neoplastic.mp4
21. Gastrointestinal Pathology VI – High Yield Ampulla, Appendix & Anal Canal Pathology.mp4
22. Gastrointestinal Pathology VII – High Yield Pancreas Pathology.mp4
23. Hepatobiliary Pathology I – Medical Liver.mp4
24. Hepatobiliary Pathology II – Neoplastic Liver.mp4
25. Medical Renal Pathology I.mp4
26. Medical Renal Pathology II.mp4
27. Genitourinary Pathology I – Kidney.mp4
28. Genitourinary Pathology II – Bladder.mp4
29. Genitourinary Pathology III – Penis & Scrotum.mp4
30. Genitourinary Pathology IV – Testis.mp4
31. Genitourinary Pathology V – Prostate.mp4
32. Gynecologic Pathology I.mp4
33. Gynecologic Pathology II.mp4
34. Gynecologic Pathology III.mp4
35. Gynecologic Pathology IV.mp4
36. Gynecologic Pathology V.mp4
37. Vasculopathic Placental Pathology – Maternal & Fetal Malperfusion.mp4
38. Placental Pathology in Multigestation.mp4
39. Placental Infections.mp4
40. Pediatric Pathology I – Neuroblastoma – From Morphology to Molecular Pathology – An Update Based on the WHO PAED5.mp4
41. Pediatric Pathology II – Diagnosing Hirschsprung Disease – How to Avoid Trouble.mp4
42. Pediatric Pathology – High Yield Entities for Anatomic Pathology Boards Session 1 – GI & Liver.mp4
43. Pediatric Pathology – High Yield Entities for Anatomic Pathology Boards Session 2 – Kidney & Lung.mp4
44. Pediatric Pathology – High Yield Entities for Anatomic Pathology Boards Session 3 – SRBCTs.mp4
45. Pediatric Pathology – High Yield Entities for Anatomic Pathology Boards Session 4 – Soft Tissue & Bone.mp4
46. Bone Pathology I.mp4
47. Bone Pathology II.mp4
48. Soft Tissue Pathology I.mp4
49. Soft Tissue Pathology II.mp4
50. Soft Tissue Pathology III.mp4
51. Neuropathology I.mp4
52. Neuropathology II.mp4
53. Neuropathology III.mp4
54. Neuropathology IV.mp4
55. Forensic Pathology I.mp4
56. Forensic Pathology II.mp4
57. Gynecologic Cytopathology I – Benign & Reactive Lesions.mp4
58. Gynecologic Cytopathology II – Squamous Lesions.mp4
59. Gynecologic Cytopathology III – Glandular & Unusual Lesions.mp4
60. Gynecologic Cytopathology IV – Special Topics.mp4
61. Non-Gynecologic Exfoliative Cytopathology I – Serous Fluids.mp4
62. Non-Gynecologic Exfoliative Cytopathology II – Urine.mp4
63. Non-Gynecologic Exfoliative Cytopathology III – Lung & Cerebrospinal Fluid.mp4
64. Fine Needle Aspiration Cytopathology I – Salivary Gland.mp4
65. Fine Needle Aspiration Cytopathology II – Thyroid & Head & Neck.mp4
66. Fine Needle Aspiration Cytopathology III – Liver & Pancreas.mp4
67. Fine Needle Aspiration Cytopathology IV – Miscellaneous.mp4
68. Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – Hodgkin Lymphomas.mp4
69. Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – CD5+ Low-grade B-cell Lymphomas.mp4
70. Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – Follicular Lymphoma.mp4
71. Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – Post Germinal Center Low-Grade B-cell Malignancies.mp4
72. Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – Aggressive B-cell Lymphomas.mp4
73. Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – T-cell Lymphomas.mp4
74. Hematopathology – Lymph Nodes – Reactive Lymphadenopathy.mp4
75. Bone Marrow Pathology I.mp4
76. Bone Marrow Pathology II.mp4
77. Bone Marrow Pathology III.mp4
78. Bone Marrow Pathology IV.mp4
79. Bone Marrow Pathology V.mp4
80. Bone Marrow Pathology VI.mp4
81. Bone Marrow Pathology VII.mp4
82. Bone Marrow Pathology VIII.mp4
83. Transfusion Medicine I – Blood Donor Qualifications & Exclusions, Key Blood Component Facts.mp4
84. Transfusion Medicine II – Immunohematology Background.mp4
85. Transfusion Medicine III – Compatibility Testing & Minor Red Blood Cell Antibodies, Recipient Complications.mp4
86. Transfusion Medicine IV – Massive Transfusion, Whole Blood.mp4
87. Transfusion Medicine V – Apheresis.mp4
88. Transfusion Medicine VI – Immune Hemolytic Anemias.mp4
89. Transfusion Medicine VII – Thrombopoietin & TPO-mimetics.mp4
90. Transfusion Medicine VIII – Cellular Therapies.mp4
91. Chemistry I – Pre-Analytical Variables & Analytical Methods.mp4
92. Chemistry II – Acid-Base, Electrolytes & Tumor Markers.mp4
93. Chemistry III – Toxicology, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring & Liver.mp4
94. Chemistry IV – Endocrinology – Adrenal & Pituitary.mp4
95. Chemistry V – Diabetes & Renal Function.mp4
96. Chemistry VI – Lipids & Proteins.mp4
97. Chemistry VII – Thyroid, Newborn Screening & Inborn Errors of Metabolism.mp4
98. Chemistry VIII – Catecholamines, Porphyrins & Vitamins.mp4
99. Hematology I.mp4
100. Hematology II.mp4
101. Benign White Blood Cell Disorders I.mp4
102. Benign White Blood Cell Disorders II.mp4
103. Coagulation I – Physiology of Hemostasis.mp4
104. Coagulation II – Laboratory Assays.mp4
105. Coagulation III – Anticoagulation & its Monitoring.mp4
106. Coagulation IV – Bleeding & Clotting Disorders.mp4
107. Introduction to Immunology.mp4
108. Flow Cytometry I.mp4
109. Flow Cytometry II.mp4
110. Clinical Cytogenomics I.mp4
111. Clinical Cytogenomics II.mp4
112. Molecular Pathology I – DNA (Gene) Structure & DNA Mutation.mp4
113. Molecular Pathology II – Molecular Diagnostics.mp4
114. Bacteriology I – Gram-Positive Cocci.mp4
115. Bacteriology II – Gram-Positive Rods.mp4
116. Bacteriology III – Gram-Negative Rods – 1.mp4
117. Bacteriology IV – Gram-Negative Rods – 2.mp4
118. Bacteriology V – Gram-Negative Cocci & Others.mp4
119. Bacteriology VI – Agents of BT.mp4
120. Mycobacteriology.mp4
121. Mycology I – Thermal Dimorphs.mp4
122. Mycology II – Mucorales, Hyaline Hyphomycetes.mp4
123. Mycology III – Dematiaceous Fungi, Dermatophytes.mp4
124. Parasitology I – Protozoa.mp4
125. Parasitology II – Nematodes, Trematodes, Cestodes.mp4
126. Virology I – Respiratory, GI, Hepatitis.mp4
127. Virology II – HIV, Mucocutaneous, Rabies, Arboviruses.mp4
128. Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing.mp4
129. Laboratory Management I.mp4
130. Laboratory Management II.mp4
131. Laboratory Mathematics & Statistics I.mp4
132. Laboratory Mathematics & Statistics II.mp4
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