Temple Pathology Grand Rounds Seminar & Webinar Friday 12/2/16
“Many “Reactive Lesions” of Bone are Probably Neoplasms”
Gene P. Siegal, M.D., Ph.D.
Robert W. Mowry Endowed Professor of Pathology
Professor of Surgery and Cell, Developmental and Integrative Biology
Department of Pathology
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Editor-in-Chief Laboratory Investigation
To attend in person: 12:00PM – 1:00PM ET
Friday, December 2, 2016
Medical Education Research Building,
8th Floor, Room 810
Please bring your lunch
To attend remotely by webinar:
1. You can remotely attend from anywhere in the world by any computer with speakers & Internet.
2. Go to: join the meeting https://templeuniversity.webex.com/templeuniversity/j.php?MTID=mc089c891a3d3da0a7de33eb8fc327699
3. Meeting Number: 646 643 624
4. Click "Join". You will need to have either: Flash Player 6.0, Windows Media Player 9.0, QuickTime 7.1 or later versions of these.
5. For Webinar CME credits contact firstname.lastname@example.org, free to TUHS staff, $10 for others.
At the conclusion of this conference, the participant should be able to:
1. What are the demographic, radiologic and histologic determinates of “reactive lesions” of bone?
2. What are the molecular changes associated with “reactive lesions” of bone?
3. What are the typical and unusual sites of origin of “reactive lesions” of bone?
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