Dr. Cam Coady Slide Seminar: Osteoblasts in Health and Disease

Tuesday, June 23, 1400-1700

Andrew E. Rosenberg, University of Miami


At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

Summarize the functions of bone forming cells in the creation, maintenance, and remodeling of bone tissue.
Explain the pathophysiology of osteoporosis and how to mitigate it’s severity discuss the differential diagnosis of bone forming neoplasms.
Explain the features that help distinguish benign from malignant cartilage forming neoplasms.
Compare the features of the different types of epitheliloid vascular tumors of bone and soft tissue.
Summarize the features of the spectrum of notocordal cell tumors.

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