Cardiac Amyloidosis: The Zebra is Losing its Stripes
Speaker: Justin Grodin, MD, MPH, FACC, FHFSA Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiology,
Department of Internal Medicine University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Dr. Grodin will distinguish the differences in light-chain (AL) and transthyretin (ATTR) cardiac amyloidosis, recognize and discuss clinical red flags and the appropriate diagnostic work-up of a patient in whom cardiac amyloidosis is suspected and review novel therapies for ATTR cardiac amyloidosis.
PRRT Treatment for Neuroendocrine Tumor: The First Year Experience at UT Health North Campus
Speaker: Ted Willis, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler
At the end of this presentation, participants should have increased information to discuss the principles of “Targeted Radiotherapy” and “Theranostics,” review the clinical features of neuroendocrine tumor and investigate the early treatment experiences of the new Peptide Radionuclide Receptor Therapy program at UT Health North Campus.
Modern Management of the Mitral Valve
Speaker: Andrea Cooley, DO Cardiothoracic Surgeon UT Health East Texas Tyler, Texas
Dr. Cooley will discuss the clinical spectrum of mitral valve disease, describe the classifications of mitral disease and use updated guidelines to explain how to apply modern advances in medical and surgical treatment to the mitral spectrum.
The Basic Concept of the Rehabilitation of Spinal Cord Injuries
Speaker: Camilo M. Castillo, MD Assistant Professor University of Louisville Health Frazier Rehab & Neuroscience Center University of Louisville School of Medicine Louisville, KY
Dr. Castillo will identify the rehabilitation needs of SCI patients at various levels of injury, review rehabilitation of SCI, discuss monitoring needs and preventative care for SCI patients and review a systematic approach when thinking about rehabilitation issues of your SCI patient.
UT Health Tyler Campus Grand Rounds
Management of Epistaxis
Speaker: Robert Strominger, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery UTHealth East Texas Tyler, Texas
Dr. Strominger will review the basic anatomy and blood supply of the nose, discuss common causes of nose bleeds, review what medicine your patients take that predispose them to having a nosebleed, discuss how to manage medications that contribute to nose bleeds if a patient has been bleeding and develop an algorithm for the treatment of a nosebleed.
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