AAOS presents three new special interest exams for 2005
AAOS offers three ways to improve your clinical decision-making, prepare for certification or recertification and earn up to 10 Category 1 CME credits with the 2005 self-assessment special interest exams.
Anatomy-Imaging, developed by the Anatomy-Imaging Evaluation Subcommittee, chaired by Peter M. Murray, MD, will help you interpret imaging techniques and enhance your knowledge of surgical and pathologic anatomy relating to all major joints, spine, arthroscopy, pediatrics, and total joint replacement. Test your ability to diagnose and treat tumors and tumor-like conditions by interpreting high quality clinical, radiographic, and pathologic images with Musculoskeletal Tumors and Diseases, created by the Musculoskeletal Tumors and Diseases Evaluation Subcommittee, chaired by Mark T. Scarborough, MD. This exam will assess your knowledge of adjunctive therapies in the treatment of benign and malignant tumors.
Upper Extremity, developed by the Upper Extremity Evaluation Subcommittee with Steve A. Petersen, MD, chair, presents challenging clinical problems that address operative and non-operative management of injuries and acquired disorders, including trauma-fracture, arthritis, sports injuries and neuromuscular disorders. This newly titled examination now includes questions about the forearm, hand, and wrist trauma and reconstruction.
To order any of these exams, $85 each for AAOS members and $60 each for residents (or the three-exam package at $185 for members and $140 for residents), go online to www.aaos.org/products or call (800) 626-6726.