This free course presents a case of a 46-year-old woman diagnosed with an intermediate grade sarcoma in her lower leg. The activity focuses on the sequencing of surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy in the management of this patient.
- Apply knowledge learned regarding the proper work up of a patient with a presumed sarcoma
- Improve patient care by appropriately utilizing the role and sequencing of surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy in the management of a patient with a sarcoma
- Enumerate some of the known pathways that can be used as potential targets in the new therapies of sarcoma.
ACGME Competencies addressed: Medical Knowledge; Practice-based Learning & Improvement
Note: This course is now accessible through iPads as well as personal computers