Pitfalls and Pearls in Gynecologic Pathology

November 9-11, 2018

Available Credits 16 CME, 16 SAM

Course Description

The sub-specialized diversity of gynecologic pathology covers numerous sites, diseases and cancers with nuanced details regarding classification of disease, intra-operative consultations, newly-described tests, and staging of gynecologic malignancies. This course concentrates on the intricacies of these complex elements in an effort to enhance what is encountered in real-time clinical practice and introduces surgical pathologists to many of the “pitfalls and pearls” that can be encountered in the routine evaluation and reporting of gynecologic surgical pathology specimens. Whether you’re in clinical community or academic practice, or a pathologist-in-training, this information is invaluable to your performance. Experience intimate mentoring in a world-class facility at a resort destination, and become a better pathologist in the USCAP style!

Course Objectives

  • Develop expertise in the interpretation of gynecologic frozen section and biopsy specimens
  • Adequately use and interpret some of the most commonly used adjunctive studies in gynecologic pathology
  • Evaluate staging pathologic parameters in gynecologic cancer consistently and precisely
  • Develop comprehensive differential diagnoses in gynecologic pathology and use up-to-date knowledge and tools in resolving them


USCAP Interactive Center

500 South Palm Canyon Drive
Suite 307
Palm Springs, CA 92264

USCAP Interactive Center

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