Medicolegal Pitfalls: The Treachery of Giant Cell Rich Lesions of Bone and Soft Tissue (10/21/2021)
Updates on the Current Classification of Fatty Tumors of Soft Tissue: When is Molecular Testing Cost-Effective and Appropriate? (10/20/2021)
Hyaline Cartilage Lesions of Bone: Can We Reliably Distinguish Benign from Malignant? (10/20/2021)
Common Non-Neoplastic Orthopedic Surgical Pathology Problems: Including "Pesky" Frozen Sections for Neutrophils in Revision Arthroplasty! How Do We Handle These at the Clinic (10/19/2021)
WHO Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors Update: What the General Practicing Pathologist Should Know (10/18/2021)
Non-Mesenchymal Lesions of Bone (06/29/2017)
Osteoblastic Tumors of Bone: What You See is Not Always What You Get (06/28/2017)
Mediolegal Pitfalls: The Treachery of Giant Cell Lesions of Bone (06/27/2017)
Hyaline Cartilaginous Tumors of Bone: Can You Reliably Distinguish Benign from Malignant? (06/26/2017)
Non-Neoplastic Mimickers of Primary Bone Neoplasms: When Atypia is the Norm (06/26/2017)
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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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