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A webinar series dedicated to spotting the early signs of alpha-mannosidosis (AM), an ultra-rare genetic disorder caused by a deficiency of the lysosomal enzyme alpha-mannosidase. The symptoms, severity, and progression of alpha-mannosidosis vary widely between individuals, making diagnosis challenging and often delayed. Minimising the time to diagnosis is important in ensuring that individuals with alpha-mannosidosis and their families receive timely access to support and specialist MDT care.
Join our experts as they explore the diverse symptoms of alpha-mannosidosis, challenges and solutions for timely diagnosis, and best practices for long-term management and multidisciplinary care. The webinars will feature case study examples, practical advice, and audience Q&A.
Duration: 30 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of questions from the audience and discussion
Presenter: Dr Martin Magner, Assoc. Professor, Department of Paediatrics, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, General University Hospital, Czech Republic
|13:05||Exploring the early clinical manifestations of MPS and alpha-mannosidosis – What evert HCP should look for|
|13:15||Examining the multi-systemic features of the diseases - red flags, signs, symptoms and when to refer|
|13:20||Reviewing the diagnostic approaches to MPS and AM|
|13:25||A case study of alpha-mannosidosis - from suspicion to diagnosis confirmation|
|13:35||Q&A (via the Text on the EIP Webinar Hub)|
|13:45||End of Webinar|
- Exploring the early clinical manifestations of MPS and alpha-mannosidosis – What evert HCP should look for
- Examining the multi-systemic features of the diseases - red flags, signs, symptoms and when to refer
- Reviewing the diagnostic approaches to MPS and AM. From suspicion to diagnosis confirmation
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This information is intended for healthcare professionals only.
An attendance certificate is provided by EIP to all those attending a live webinar or watching a recorded webinar. Once all 4 webinars have taken place EIP will apply for CME credit/s connected to a combined Spot the Early Signs of AM Course - Further details will be available on the AM Resource Centre at: https://amd.spot-early-signs.org/