These Interactive Case Studies are designed in tight correlation with other e-Learning activities on this site and are intended to be both an independent educational resource, as well as a metric of the effectiveness of the e-Learning courses. These interactive case studies will feature a variety of learning tools as digital microscope slides, interactive diagnosis and detailed explanations of the correct diagnostic process and application of the current standard guidelines when relevant.
Please see the latest case posted to the left. Additional cases will be posted on a regular schedule.
There is no cost to access the current interactive case study. Additional/past case studies are available below to current ISLH Members.