Dr. Krem discusses age-related and biological factors for low-grade lymphoma pathogenesis and outcomes. He then explains the mechanisms of action from low-grade lymphoma therapies. He finishes by applying recent efficacy and toxicity data to older patients with low-grade lymphoma.
In this lecture, Dr. Mounika Mandadi presents ' Breast Cancer' by discussing epidemiology, screening, risk reduction, DCIS, and staging. She then finishes her talk with treatment, surveillance and survivorship.
Rebecca Redman presents an approach to GI cancers from the perspective of an internist. She covers workup of gastrointestinal cancers, the differences between curative and palliative treatment, and types of treatment. She spends a great deal of time on colorectal cancer then discusses esophageal and gastric cancers, hepatocellular carcinoma, pancreatic cancer and GI neuroendocrine tumors.
Dr. Russ Farmer uses MS Paint to cover basic concepts of colon cancer including epidemiology and clinical decision making (chemo and surgery options). He cements the topics by emphasizing visual points.
In this evidence-fueled talk, Dr. Adam Rojan covers the hypercoagulability associated with cancer, risk assessment of venous thromboembolism in cancer patients and treatment/prophylaxis for VTE in cancer patients.
Dr. Bryan Moffett presents a lecture on his approach to the differential and assessment of various types of anemia. He begins with some of his algorithms for determining testing and ends with his own set of cases to provide clinical vignettes on common presentations.
Dr. Sharma discusses paraproteinemias including multiple myeloma, Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia and Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance (MGUS). He delves into complications of myeloma as well (POEMS, AL amyloidosis).
Dr, Sharma reviews the principles and disorders hemostasis, including hemophilia, factor deficiencies and acquired causes. A practical approach to diagnosing bleeding disorders is covered through clinical cases.