A Sneak Peek into the NEW GYN Tract Pathology Tutorials!



I'm finally getting around to posting much of the material and tidbits that I picked up during board studying. I realized I have not yet uploaded any GYN pathology yet, so I figured I would start there...


Something new that I am incorporating in these "lessons" are links to virtual slides (via pathpresenter.net). As the boards have a good number of virtual slides, this is a GREAT website to utilize during board exams and in your routine practice. I have structured the GYN section by summarizing a few of the key features of each entity & providing a link to the virtual slide so you can identify these structures & engage. I find that having this "hands-on" approach to learning to be very useful.


Another new approach that I am going to be dabbling into is creating more youtube videos/tutorials. I am a total newbie when it comes to this, so please be nice & patient with me, haha. So far, only the fallopian tube & ovarian pathology have been uploaded, but more to come soon! If you have any suggestions, please feel free to email me. I love feedback!


Fallopian Tube Pathology


Ovarian Pathology- Still in progress



COMING SOON:

  • External genitalia (dermatologic problems in female GYN pathology)

  • Vaginal pathology

  • Cervical pathology & Pap Smears

  • Uterus- Endometrial & Myometrial Pathology

  • Changes in Pregnancy

  • Placental Pathology

  • More detailed view of Hormonal regulation of GYN tract

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