Dermatopathology in Virtual Paradise 2020 Selected Topics: Inflammatory, Infectious and Neoplastic
Practical Tips for the Practicing Pathologist: Focus on Genitourinary, Pulmonary, Gynecologic and Hematopathology
T Cell Lymphomas (10/12/2021)
CPC From Inpatient Dermatology (Panel Discussion) (10/12/2021)
B Cell Lymphomas (10/12/2021)
Cutaneous Viral Infections Including COVID (10/11/2021)
Systemic Lymphomas with Cutaneous Dissemination (10/08/2020)
Update in Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma (10/07/2020)
Update in Cutaneous B Cell Lymphoma (10/07/2020)
Superficial Mesenchymal Tumors in Pediatric Biopsies (10/06/2020)
Approach to the Challenging Lymphocytic Infilitrate (10/05/2020)
Pediatric Melonocytic Tumors: The Good, the Not-So-Good and the Bad. Where Do You Trace the Line? (02/28/2020)
Pediatric Soft Tissue Tumors with Cutaneous Involvement (02/28/2020)
Cutaneous Histiocytoses (02/26/2020)
Cutaneous Pseudolymphomas (02/25/2020)
Updates in Cutaneous Lymphomas According to the Recent WHO Classification (02/24/2020)
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Due to COVID-19, Scientific Symposiums International has rescheduled several live 2020 CME courses to 2021, 2022 and 2023. In addition to holding our traditional live courses in Hawaii and San Diego, we are planning to stream them at the same time. However, some of the courses may need to be streamed instead of held live, if there are travel and accommodation restrictions at those locations.
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