COURSE DATE AND TIME
Date: Wednesday, 20 September 2023
Time: 13:00 Center European Summer Time (CEST)
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 Nathalie Guffon, Head of the Department, Metabolic Diseases, Femme Mère Enfant Hospital, Lyon, France,
|13:05||Evaluating how to diagnose MPS and alpha-mannosidosis early - the early signs and symptoms - Reviewing pathophysiology of MPS and the alpha-mannosidosis|
|13:15||From disease manifestation to diagnosis: diagnostic tools and screening - exploring the latest diagnostic options available to you as a paediatric HCP|
|13:20||Reviewing the differential diagnosis between MPS and MA|
|13:25||Exploring a case study of typical diagnostic pathways|
|13:35||Q&A (via the Text on the EIP Webinar Hub)|
|13:45||End of Webinar|
- Evaluating how to diagnose MPS and alpha-mannosidosis early - the early signs and symptoms - Reviewing the pathophysiology of MPS and the alpha-mannosidosis
- From disease manifestation to diagnosis: diagnostic tools and screening - exploring the latest diagnostic options available to you as a paediatric HCP
- Reviewing the differential diagnosis between MPS and MA - Exploring a case study of typical diagnostic pathways
Click below to register and attend the webinar live or watch the video after the webinar is organised. It's free.
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/