Differential Diagnosis Across the Life Span: Differential Diagnosis of Common Cancers
Getting the most accurate differential diagnosis for patients with cancer is a vital skill for NPs who want to advance their clinical practice. This presentation provides a detailed exploration of the assessment, diagnosis, and management process for common cancers, beginning with varieties of lung cancer and moving through other frequently affected organ systems, including colorectal cancer.
In-depth information on breast and bladder cancer is discussed, as well as updated guidance on cancers that affect the reproductive systems of male and female patients. Informative graphics and interactive multiple-choice questions ensure that you will retain this valuable and current information.
After completion, you will have the knowledge and confidence to:
- Assess predisposing factors for cancer
- Identify classic warning signs for differential diagnoses
- Advise your patients on the most appropriate cancer management options