• On-Demand Webinars (Non-CME)

    Webinars On-Demand
    May 03, 2018
    Although the topic of vaginitis is often trivialized, it causes significant discomfort and symptoms for women who suffer from either acute or chronic vaginitis. In this presentation, Dr. Nyirjesy will summarize the overall evaluation of women with vaginal complaints and discuss the benefits and limitations of various testing modalities. This section will be followed by a discussion of the most common causes of infectious vaginitis (bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis, and vulvovaginal candidiasis) and of desquamative inflammatory vaginitis, with management tips for managing both acute and chronic cases.
    Webinars On-Demand
    Mar 13, 2018
    This presentation will focus on lichen sclerosus & lichen simplex chronicus—two of the most important, common and sometimes challenging vulvar dermatologic conditions: We will present images and comparisons as we discuss their clinical presentation, diagnosis, microscopic findings, pathophysiology, and treatment.
    Webinars On-Demand
    Dec 27, 2017
    Pathology consultation is geared toward providing useful information to assist in the provision of optimal care. This webinar will cover laboratory aspects of the evaluation of lower genital tract disease. Topics to be covered include: types of HPV testing available, handling of biopsy and excision specimens to obtain the best report possible, molecular testing and immunohistochemistry, and areas of diagnostic difficulty.
    Webinars On-Demand
    Sep 18, 2017
    The incidence of vulvar skin infections is increasing, probably related to genital hair grooming and MRSA infections. This webinar will review the diagnosis and contemporary management of vulvar cellulitis and abscesses, as well as management of Bartholin duct infections, including office incision and drainage and correct use of the Word catheter.
    Webinars On-Demand
    Jul 07, 2017
    Conversations about abnormal test results in general and positive HPV tests in particular are challenging. Research shows that patients often come away from these discussions with misinformation, feeling stigmatized, fearful, and likely to be non-adherent with follow-up plans. The goal is for patients to come away from these conversations without unnecessary anxiety and with the accurate information they need to make informed decisions and follow through with next-steps. What are the best counseling strategies when discussing abnormal results and responding to a patient's concerns? This webinar reviews the available data about HPV and counseling strategies and provides a deep dive into best practices and clinical pearls for having these conversations effectively. An expert clinician and a patient demonstrate examples of how to discuss the science and apply shared decision-making techniques when counseling patients about abnormal screening and diagnostic tests.

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