The Cytopathology Laboratory has been training residents, medical students, and cytotechnology interns for more than thirty years. Faculty and cytotechnologists have been active participants in national societies and in delivering lectures and workshops across the country and abroad.
These cases were written up by Peter Depowski, M.D. while he was a cytopathology fellow. He was interested in an interactive format that would not only provide the right answer, but also explain the wrong answers.
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