Featured Bone Pathology CME

    Bone Forming Tumors, Cartilage Forming Tumors, Notochordal Cell Tumors, Fibroblastic Tumors, Vascular Tumors, Round Cell Malignancies, Cystic Lesions, Giant Cell Rich Lesions, Metabolic Bone Diseases, Joint Disease and many more.
    With Bone Pathology – A Comprehensive Review, you will expand your knowledge of the skeletal system and bone tissue and learn to better identify a broad spectrum of benign and malignant neoplasms and select metabolic bone and joint diseases.
    After reviewing Bone Pathology, you will:
    • Understand the morphology and cellular biology of osteoblasts and osteoclasts
    • Appreciate how the skeleton is created, develops, grows and remodels throughout life
    • Recognize and correctly diagnose benign and malignant bone tumors
    • Have familiarity with the pathologic manifestations of metabolic bone disease and joint disorders

    • Instruction type: On-Demand CME
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    Blood Banking CME

    After completing you should be better able to:
    • Describe the blood components obtained and processed at blood center collection facilities
    • Recognize the clinically significant blood groups and how to test for their presence (group, typing, antibody screen, antibody identification)
    • Identify the many adverse reactions that can occur with blood transfusion
    • Apply guidelines for transfusion of the products using evidence-based criteria
    • Discuss blood components, how they are collected, processed and used appropriately
    • Apply the most updated knowledge and molecular techniques in daily practice

    • Instruction type: On-Demand CME