Monday, September 18, 2017

18 September 2017: Joke of the Month

Joke of the Month, submitted by Dr. Tanager:
Q: Why is cervical HSIL a condescending lesion?
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-A: Because the dysplastic cells are high and mite-y!
We need more jokes! Please submit them to natpernick@gmail.com. Thank you!

18 September 2017: Do you need CME?

Did you know that we have a page devoted to posting Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses?  We list CME courses, which often provide SAM, related to Pathology or Laboratory Medicine. You can search by recently posted CME or by subspecialty. Please visit our page here: http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/cme.html.

Friday, September 15, 2017

15 September 2017: Textbook Updates

We have posted updated reviews of the following topics:

We have added new images to the following topics:

15 September 2017: Images needed

Our request this week is for images relevant to:

Stomach > Gastritis > Graft versus host disease - gross and micro images

Testis and epididymis > Germ cell tumors > Polyembryoma - micro images


We believe it is important to have an adequate number of high quality images on our server, because images on other servers often disappear.  If you own images of these entities, please email them as attachments to Dr. Nat Pernick at NatPernick@gmail.com, with any corresponding clinical history. There is no payment for image contributions, but we will acknowledge you as contributor, so please indicate how you want your name to be displayed.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

13 September 2017: Make sure to get our emails!

Please add NatPernick@gmail.com to your SafeList / Address book, so our email subscriptions go directly into your inbox.

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Friday, September 8, 2017

8 September 2017: Images needed

Our request this week is for images relevant to:

STAT6 images for Solitary fibrous tumor of colon (or elsewhere)

We believe it is important to have an adequate number of high quality images on our server, because images on other servers often disappear.  If you own images of these entities, please email them as attachments to Dr. Nat Pernick at NatPernick@gmail.com, with any corresponding clinical history. There is no payment for image contributions, but we will acknowledge you as contributor, so please indicate how you want your name to be displayed.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

7 September 2017: Are you getting all of our newsletters?

You've signed up for our Case of the Week email, so now what? Did you know about these other email newsletters we offer for free as well?

  • Commercial / Promotions: Commercial emails are sent from time to time, but typically no more than monthly, and include a contest to receive an Amazon gift card just for reading the email. Promotions emails are sent before the USCAP and CAP / ASCP meetings, and list special offers for our visitors. 
  • Jobs, Fellowships and Conferences: Sent biweekly. Lists new postings for Pathologist, PhD and related Jobs, Fellowships, Conferences, CME, Webinars and New Products and Services.
  • Website News and New Books: Sent monthly. Lists new and updated features of the website (see Blog) and new books added to the Books pages.
  • What's New in Pathology: Sent quarterly. Written by members of the PathologyOutlines.com Editorial Board.

To subscribe to any of these simply go to: http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/subscribe.html and follow the instructions at the bottom of the page.

We also post the What's New in Pathology newsletters at the top of this page, so that you can go back and read any you may have missed.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

5 September 2017: Traffic Records for August 2017

We had a record number of Sessions (791,277), Sessions per day (25,525, up 62% from 2016), Users (316,478) and Page views (1,902,629) for August.

Thank you for visiting! We want to make this site as useful as possible for the pathology community - let us know what we can do to improve.

Friday, September 1, 2017

New CME Courses and a New Product Announcement

New courses from USCAP, offering CME/SAM credits, have been posted. 
 
A new product announcement from Roche was also posted. Check out information about their new AVENIO Millisect System here