CEU 2019: Thyroid Session Recordings
CEU 2019: Thyroid Session Recordings
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|Session Title||Featured Speaker||Session Duration|
|Grave’s Orbitopathy||George J. Kahaly MD PhD||0:45|
|Treatment Options for Advanced Thyroid Cancer||Stephanie Fish MD||0:45|
|Molecular Markers in the Workup of Thyroid Nodules||Matthew D. Ringel MD MSc||0:45|
|Risk Stratification in Thyroid Cancer||Stephanie Fish MD||0:30|
|Diagnosis and Management of Graves’ Hyperthyroidism||George J. Kahaly MD PhD||0:30|
|Q&A/Panel Discussion||Stephanie Fish MD; George J. Kahaly MD PhD||0:15|
|Clinical Update on Thyroid and Pregnancy||Elizabeth N. Pearce MD MSc||0:30|
|Unusual Thyroid Function Tests: Cases to Panelists||Stephanie Fish MD, George J. Kahaly MD PhD, Elizabeth N. Pearce MD MSc||0:45|
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