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Follow-Up Blood Cultures Often Needed After Bacteremia
Although patients with gram-negative bacteremia may not routinely need follow-up blood cultures, patients with gram-positive organisms, especially Staphylococcus aureus, most likely do.
Viva CME at the 2018 Multispecialty Pathology Symposium in Las Vegas
Plan to attend a symposium that will focus on practical discussions of commonly encountered dilemmas in surgical pathology, hematopathology and cytology.
Three Sessions You Don’t Want to Miss at ASCP
ASCP 2017 is September 6–8. Attend any of these Cleveland Clinic staff presentations or visit Cleveland Clinic Laboratories at Booth 615 to meet with staff.
Diagnosing Osteoblastic Lesions: Osteoid Osteomas, Osteoblastomas and Osteosarcomas (Video)
Scott Kilpatrick, MD, staff in Anatomic Pathology, discusses diagnosing these uncommon lesions, defining malignant osteoid and prioritizing radiographs in interpretation.
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