The MUHC-McGill University Ophthalmic Pathology Review Course brings an update of the non-neoplastic and neoplastic diseases of the eye and the ocular adnexa. The three-day course will review the most important ocular diseases in a clinical pathological manner. The course is designed to bring the pathological features to the clinical diagnosis and integrating the tissue morphology to the signs and symptoms of the patient.
By the end of the course, the participant will be able to distinguish the different non-neoplastic and neoplastic ocular diseases and their histopathological features correlating those with clinical signs and symptoms. The course is interactive with opportunities for case presentations and real-time discussions regarding each topic.
The topics will be divided according to the eye topography into: Eyelid, Conjunctiva, Cornea, Orbit, Optic Nerve, Retina & Uveal Tract. Other topics include glaucoma, principles of immunohistochemistry applicable to tumors of the eye and the orbit and novel diagnostic modalities such as; liquid biopsy and ocular imaging.
The course is designed for residents, fellows and young physicians.
Please join us on August 14-16, 2019 for this course!
McGill University Health Centre, Research Institute
1001 Boulevard Décarie
Canada, H4A 3J1