A self-assessment for pathologists in ophthalmic pathology - why?

Few pathologists receive any training in ophthalmic pathology during residency. Aside from the problem of diseases that are unique to the eye and its adnexa, many pathologists lack confidence in rendering diagnoses of ophthalmic tissues if they are uncertain about how the ophthalmic surgeon will interpret and act upon the report.

This is just for fun!

We are not tracking results or even scoring this self assessment. We hope that you can pickup some new information which will be helpful to you in your practice of pathology.

What's involved?

You will need either Netscape or Internet Explorer, version 4.0 or higher. The self-assessment consists of five questions with extensive feedback.For the future ...

For the Future

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