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November 1991

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Arch Dermatol. 1991;127(11):1658. doi:10.1001/archderm.1991.01680100058004

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Abstract

Dermatopathology Elective Course.—  New York (NY) University is offering a short-term, intensive course for clinical dermatologists and general pathologists over the course of 1 or more weeks throughout the year, by arrangement with course director. The site of the course will be the Dermatopathology Office, New York University Medical Center. Forty hours of Category 1 of continuing medical education credits will be offered, with up to 40 hours of Category 1 credits of the American Academy of Dermatology. These are short-term, intensive courses in dermatopathology for clinical dermatologists and general pathologists. Course work is designed, directed, and supervised by Dr A. Bernard Ackerman. Registrants participate fully in a far-ranging curriculum in dermatopathology, together with the residents in dermatology and general pathology and the fellows in dermatopathology. The program consists of daily reading at a 14-headed microscope of a large number of microscopic sections from current and selected specimens and attendance

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