In this month’s “Virtual Lecture” Eoin Flanagan, M.D., B.Ch., reviews how to diagnose autoimmune encephalitis, what to watch that may suggest a different diagnosis, discuss neural autoantibodies interpretation and putting test results into clinical context.
This month’s “Virtual Lecture” discusses the health implications of the use of race in estimating glomerular filtration rate (eGFR), how to estimate GFR, and why it is important to continue funding and research to develop tools without the use of race.
PACE/State of CA/State of FL - In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” John Mills, Ph.D., provides information related to work that has been done in Mayo Clinic’s neuroimmunology laboratory which has played a central role in driving the field of autoimmune neurology. Over time it has driven an increase in testing volume, a number of different testing platforms, testing complexity, and a constant influx of novel laboratory-developed tests.
PACE/State of CA/State of FL - In this "Virtual Lecture," Kevin Halling, M.D., Ph.D., discusses the evolution of clinical laboratory molecular testing over the past 40 years and the types alterations that are detected by solid tumor comprehensive genomic profiling. He also summarizes the clinical utility of solid tumor comprehensive genomic profiling.
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This “Specialty Testing” webinar will discuss the considerations physicians must weigh when evaluating suspected neuropathy patients with special emphasis put on small-fiber neuropathy and the most appropriate laboratory testing related to that phenotype.
PACE/State of CA/State of FL - In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Eva Morava-Kozicz, M.D., Ph.D., discusses one of the most important post-translational modifications that happen in our bodies, glycosylation. More specifically, she focuses on congenital disorders of glycosylation.
PACE/State of CA/State of FL - In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Andres Acosta, M.D., Ph.D., discusses how individualized medicine can play a role in obesity.
PACE/State of CA/State of FL - In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Michael Camilleri, M.D., discusses the leaky gut, helping to understand components of the intestinal barrier, how to measure its permeability, review literature about effects that stress and diet have on permeability, and takes a futuristic look at barrier disfunction in the context of inflammatory bowel disease.
PACE - In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Sean Pittock, M.D., discusses the rapidly evolving field of autoimmune neurology helping physicians quickly and accurately diagnose this treatable patient population.
This "Specialty Testing" webinar will discuss Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which has been used in research on Alzheimer's disease for decades. Only recently, have platforms been developed to standardize measurements across laboratories.
This “Specialty Testing” webinar will address the clinical presentations, evaluation (including diagnostic antibody testing), and treatment of autoimmune pediatric CNS disorders, including encephalitides and myelopathies.