This week’s case study reviews an endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration performed to evaluate a submucosal mass in the distal esophagus. Review the case and make your diagnosis.

By April Josselyn • November 21, 2017

Originally presented October 30, 2017
Complement testing has acquired considerable clinical popularity in recent times. An overview of the complement system, pre-analytical challenges, and modern laboratory testing will be presented in this webinar.

By MML Education • November 20, 2017

Orginally presented November 6, 2017
This webinar will outline the different tests to detect patients who are at risk for thiopurine-related toxicity and the advantages of each test.

By MML Education • November 17, 2017

This week’s case study highlights a 59-year-old man with history of hyperthyroidism, gout, and hypertension. Can you review the case and make a diagnosis?

By April Josselyn • November 14, 2017

In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” James Stubbs, M.D., will discuss the concept of remote damage control resuscitation (RDCR) and the use of new “old” blood components that could potentially increase effectiveness of RDCR.

By MML Education • November 14, 2017

Originally Presented October 19, 2017
This presentation describes a new serum test for bile acid malabsorption. Descriptions illustrate how the test can be used as a screening test and as a tool for therapeutic action.

By MML Education • November 13, 2017

This week’s case study reviews imaging from a middle-aged man, which found a 4 cm upper lobe lung mass. Can you make the diagnosis?

By April Josselyn • November 7, 2017

In this month’s “Hot Topic,” Bobbi Pritt, M.D., will discuss a powerful new technology called “multiplex molecular testing” that can assist in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal infections.

By Bobbi Pritt, M.D. • November 6, 2017

Review the differential peripheral blood counts from a​ 76-year-old gentleman who presented with severe fatigue and night sweats. Can you make a diagnosis?

By April Josselyn • October 31, 2017

December 11, 2017 | 11 a.m.–Noon CT
This “Continual Improvement” presentation will provide step-by-step instructions on how investing in less than 15 minutes a day will result in a culture transformation.

By MML Education • October 26, 2017

This case presents an unusual colon polyp on an asymptomatic early 70 year-old male. At the time of screening colonoscopy, two small left colon polyps were noted and excised. What is the diagnosis?

By Gary Keeney, M.D. • October 26, 2017

A 71-year-old woman presented with pruritus, fatigue, and unintentional weight loss. Review the case and make a diagnosis.

By April Josselyn • October 24, 2017

November 29, 2017 | 11 a.m.–Noon CT
This “Phlebotomy” presentation will provide the audience with a high-level understanding of the various steps of the pre-analytic processes of Mayo Medical Laboratories that lead to the timely handling of incoming specimen volumes.

By MML Education • October 18, 2017