Location: Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Neurosciences (Bioengineering Building - Room 112), President Street, Charleston, SC
Meeting Focus: Disabling Heritable Connective Tissue Disorders: Multi System Presentation, Diagnosis and Treatment
This half-day conference will focus on hypermobility and connective tissue disorders: their presentation, diagnosis, and treatment. Presentations will be given by several renowned physicians, both national and international, whose specialties range from neurosurgery to ophthalmology and cardiology. We will allow time for questions from the audience.
**Both medical professionals and the public are invited to this free event**
9:00 am—9:35 am: "Epidemiology, clinical diagnosis and management of hereditary hypermonbility and connective tissue disorders" - Prof. Rodney Grahame
9:35 am—10:10 am: "Pathological radiological findings: a peripatetic review of salient features of neuropathology in the setting of a 'normal' radiological assessment" - Dr. Myles Koby
10:10 am—10:45 am: "Cardiovascular manifestations of hereditary hypermobility disorders" - Dr. Peter Rowe
10:45 am—11:20 pm: "Neuro-ophthalmological considerations related to hereditary hypermobility and connective tissue disorders" - Dr. Eric Singman
11:20pm—11:55pm: "Neurosurgical management of hypermobility and connective tissue disorders" - Dr. Fraser Henderson
12:00pm: Meeting adjourns
This is a free education and awareness program sponsored by the Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation and is designed to educate and inspire physicians and healthcare providers; patients, their friends and family; and the public about Chiari malformation, syringomyelia and related disorders such as hypermobility conditions and other connective tissue disorders.
You may RSVP as attending by contacting Kaitlyn Esposito at email@example.com or (718) 966-2593