Course : Adult Genetics Diagnostic Dilemmas (Unknowns and Rare Knowns)

Held during the 2017 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.  Click “Launch” for more information.
EDUCATIONAL CREDITS ARE NOT AVAILABLE

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This session, held for the first time at the 2016 ACMG meeting on 03/10/16 and led by Dr. Fuki M. Hisama and Dr. Shweta Dhar was well attended and received. It provides attendees with an opportunity to bring cases to the attention of a panel of experts and an audience of geneticists for discussion of differential diagnosis, treatment and counseling options in adult patients with genetic disorders.

TARGET AUDIENCE:

All healthcare professionals interested in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of genetic conditions and increasing their understanding of the genetic basis of common, chronic health problems affecting both children and adults will find the programming applicable to their practice. These select sessions from the ACMG Annual Meeting are targeted for the following professionals:
• Medical and clinical geneticists
• Physicians of all specialties with an interest in genetics, genomics and the genetic basis of disease
• Genetic counselors
• Laboratory geneticists, directors, technicians and technologists
• Researchers
• Pathologists
• Educators
• Nurses
• Dietitians
• Physician assistants
• Biotechnology and pharmaceutical development professionals
• Fellows, Trainees and Students
• Public health professionals
• Genetic/consumer advocates
• Others with an interest in the science and art of medical genetics and genomics

Course Information without Educational Credit Please Click Here

Registration and Fees

Course only – No educational credits
ACMG Members and ACMG Trainees: ($20)
Non-members ($30)


Objective:

At the conclusion of this course, participants should be able to:

1. Review a case presentation from chief complaint to diagnosis
2. Contribute to a differential diagnosis
3. Discuss the diagnostic workup suggested by experts
4. Recognize clinical features of rare cases


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