Welcome to IAPM HQCME

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Welcome to the user friendly, interactive and informative iapmhqcme website. It depicts all the must to know features of IAPMHQ CME. Since its inception in 2005, HQ CME is organised every year on 2nd Sunday of February and in 2014 we will be holding the 10th HQ CME on 9th February.

Besides the website offers you free registration and subscription with linkage to Facebook. Registration into website exposes you to a wide spectrum like the Indian Association of Pathologists & Microbiologists (IAPM) Head Quarters and its details, the past president gallery, the reports, and latest informations including interesting and new cases through IAPM Club. You can create/change your own profile, submit articles, research works and interesting cases for viewing/participation and/or feedback of viewers.

This website is dedicated to all the Pathologists & Microbiologists all over the world.

So, visit and register in large numbers to make this website the most popular knowledge hub.
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The members of HQ Advisory committee &others observed Independence day by flag hoisting at IAPM House on 15th August
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 » Surgico-pathological staging of primary peritoneal,ovarian and fallopian tube serous carcinoma.
Auther Dr. Asaranti kar
 

Pelvic serous carcinomas otherwise known as non-uterine gynecologic malignancies comprise of serous carcinomas of ovarian , peritoneal and fallopian tube origin. Ovarian serous  carcinoma, is regarded as closely related to fallopian tubal...
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  05/12/2013
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 » Interpretation of Upper GI Endoscopic Biopsy
Auther Shivangi J Harankhedkar
 

Download the .RAR file which contain the Power Point Slides.

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  05/12/2013
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 » A cavernous haemangioma of the uterine cervix during pregnancy.
Auther Mahapatra S, MD, Assistant Professor; Das BP, MD, Associate Professor; Kar A, MD, Assistant Professor Das R, MD, Assistant Professor; Hazra K, MD, Assistant Professor Department of Pathology, SCB Me
 

Cavernous haemangioma of the uterine cervix is extremely rare. Fewer than 50 have been reported cases to date. A nulliparous term woman presented with a sensation of “something coming out” of...
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  14/03/2013
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