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A Pathologist’s Online Primer | Module 4: Pathology of Tubular and tubulointerstitial diseases
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Program Overview

Pathology of Tubular and tubulointerstitial disease Module 4: 
Activity overview/background

In this module the user will learn about the different types of tubular and tubulointerstitial diseases and their pathological patterns. The user will also study common differential diagnoses of tubular and tubulointerstitial disease to consider when examining lesions, and practice differential diagnose through videos and interactive quizzes. 

Estimated time to complete activity 
30-45 minutes

Target Audience 
The primary intended audiences for this learning program are pathologists, lab technicians, nephrologists interested in the basics of renal pathology, medical students and residents.

Learning Objectives 
1. Understand the different pathological patterns of tubular and tubulointerstitial diseases
2. Be able to provide informed differential diagnoses of kidney transplant cases when examining lesions

Disclosures
None

Components of the activity and Method of Participation
The accredited activity contains the following modules to be completed:

  • 1 Video presentation
  • 1 Case Study 
  • 1 Quiz

Accreditation
If you choose to complete this session in accredited mode, you will be prompted to complete all the components of the module in sequential order.

You can complete each component in several sittings but you cannot skip any portion of the activity without completing the previous one.
You must obtain a minimum score of 50% in the case studies in order to complete the activity and claim a certificate of completion.

Lesson 1: Acute Tubular Injury – Morphologic features associated with different etiologies
Final assessment
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