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McCune-Albright Syndrome with GH-secreting Macroadenomas: Medical and Surgical Considerations February 1, 2013

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Continuing education for medical professionals is strongly pursued at Barrow Neurological Institute (BNI) and conferences are offered every month that cover various medical conditions. Under the direction of Drs. William White, Andrew Little, and Laura Knecht, the Barrow Pituitary Center offers educational talks the third Tuesday of each month lead by BNI neurosurgical residents and endocrine fellows affiliated with the VA Endocrine Program. Literature reviews and case presentations are discussed focusing on topics such as Cushing’s disease, Acromegaly, Pituitary Adenomas and other pituitary related disorders.

Click on link below to watch an impressive talk about McCune-Albright Syndrome with GH-secreting Macroadenomas: Medical and Surgical Considerations, recorded during the January 2013 Neuroendocrine Conference. Our speaker, Dr. Michael Nanaszko, is a neurosurgical resident at Barrow and is highly respected for his work in this field. Keep in mind this was intended for an audience of medical professionals so if you don’t understand some of the language used in the talk you can post your questions here.

Access to view online is not restricted or password protected and can be found at:

http://ms.barrowmedia.com/Mediasite/Play/d2199327443c46d0a14fc581553a9f221d

Please post any questions to this blog.

 

Regards, Maggie Bobrowitz, RN, MBA

Neuroscience Program Coordinator

Barrow Pituitary Center

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