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Monday 9th November 2020 1.50pm GMT start - Shared screen with speaker view
valmiki
04:50
i cant hear anything.. is it only me?
valmiki
05:21
Thanks..
valmiki
23:21
Is there a risk of these endocrinopathys developing years after treatment? In which case how long will surveillance be needed
Karim Meeran
24:05
Yes, up to five years have been described
Abaid ur Rehman
29:22
repeat tfts
Mohsin Sohail Siddiqui
36:03
yes I am :)
Abaid ur Rehman
38:43
hypopit
Dr Amel
39:02
hypopitui
Abaid ur Rehman
39:38
cotisol
Abaid ur Rehman
39:54
and mri pit
Abaid ur Rehman
41:31
isolated acts deficiency
Dr Amel
41:36
trt induced
Abaid ur Rehman
41:44
and sick thyrpod
Dr Amel
43:54
no furtherinvest
Mohsin Sohail Siddiqui
54:08
Is there some recovery of pancreatic function and reduction in insulin requirements (or rise in C peptide) later in immune mediated diabetes?Would it be worthwhile treating the ones on high dose steroids and have immune mediated diabetes with a combination of Metformin/Pio and Insulin?
wahabf
56:02
How long would you monitor and treat hypopit/adrenal insufficincy in these patients ?
Alamin Alkundi
01:00:36
PCOS
Vanitha Karunakaran
01:09:58
What sort estrogen levels would you expect in PCOS?
Dr Amel
01:17:15
Cand D
Zeenat Banu
01:20:21
AMH is reliable for ovarian reserve?
Wiaam Al-Hasani
01:21:17
Can you please go to the slide of PCOS vs Functional Hypothalamic A
Wiaam Al-Hasani
01:21:30
I just want to take ascreen shot
Nabeel Ahmed
01:21:57
Is FMR1 testing reasonable in POI?
Zeenat Banu
01:22:54
fantastic talk, thank you
Dr Amel
01:23:23
thank you very much it was a great cession
naqvi_A
01:23:26
Any role of anti androgen therapy in PCOS with clinical hyperandrogenisim but normal biochemically
Zeenat Banu
01:45:55
next step when there is disparity in Tg and antiTg
valmiki
01:48:41
TSH suppression post surgery. How long should we continue?
Zeenat Banu
01:48:52
if there is disparity , would you recommend assay interference or imaging
Wiaam Al-Hasani
01:55:36
femoral artery
Wiaam Al-Hasani
01:55:39
injury
Carolyn Jack
01:55:40
Contralateral periosteal thickening
valmiki
02:00:53
c
valmiki
02:01:12
run on the street ;)
Zeenat Banu
02:01:55
c
Zeenat Banu
02:08:37
how long holiday
Ali Hameed
02:08:50
is bisphos caused it can we use denusomab and when u stop denusumab can you ho back to bisphosphonate
Ali Hameed
02:08:54
if
valmiki
02:11:18
Vitamin d and calcium replacemetn during the holiday>?
wahabf
02:11:22
NICE suggest extrend Rx beyond 5 years if still at risk/had fractures , prior going on Rx holiday, if needed , when would you decide to give Rx holiday then?
Zeenat Banu
02:11:58
very useful talk , thank you as always
valmiki
02:13:34
out of topic.. if a patient has primary hypoparathyroidism and has osteopenia in the wrist, with a serum calcium of 2.8-2.9mmol/l. Would u recommend Bisphosphonates?
valmiki
02:13:42
hyper
wahabf
02:15:48
If PHPT do have established osteoporosis, then cured with surgery, would you cover them with oral bisph if they score high on FRAX?
Zeenat Banu
02:16:49
would you prefer denosumab over bisphosphonates in primary hyperparathyroid
Zeenat Banu
02:17:38
ones not surgical candidate
Mohsin Sohail Siddiqui
02:18:00
Does Denosumab have a more sustained calcium lowering effect than Zoledronate?
valmiki
02:18:29
Alendronate vs Zolendronate?
Mohsin Sohail Siddiqui
02:19:20
or do they get tachyphylaxis in terms of calcium lowering like BP?
valmiki
02:19:23
Excellent.. Thanks :)
Amna Malik
02:19:28
Another insightful session. Many thanks!
pei chia eng
02:19:31
thanks
Mohsin Sohail Siddiqui
02:20:49
Thanks
Helmine Kejem
02:20:59
Thanks