London Cancer Alliance Pituitary Masterclass 28 Sept 2015.
MOVED TO GLENISTER SO : Booking reopened.
Charing Cross Hospital Postgraduate Centre
The closest tube is Baron's Court. Come out of the tube station, and turn right, and then walk through Hammersmith cemetery towards Charing Cross
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08:30 – 08:55 Registration
08:55-09:20 Welcome Niamh Martin and Kate Haire (London Cancer Alliance)
SESSION 1 ACROMEGALY Chairs: Ramesh Nair (Consultant Neurosurgeon ICHNT) and Karim Meeran (Professor of Endocrinology).
09:20-09:40 Update on new guidelines and treatments for Acromegaly Dr Claire Higham, Consultant Endocrinologist, The Christie Hospital, Manchester
09:40-10:25 Case Presentations.
09.40 A challenging case of acromegaly complicated by heart failure. P Valsalakumari, S Mehta, R Ramli, B Jones, A Mehta, N Mendoza, M Williams, K Meeran NM Martin, E Hatfield Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London and Ealing Hospital NHS Trust, London.
09.55 Old wine with a new label: Ipilimumab related hypophysitis. M Joshi, G Maltese, D Kariyawasam, A Velusamy, U-King-Im Jean Marie,, PV Carroll. Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital NHS Trust, London.
10.10Factors predisposing to pituitary apoplexy: A tertiary centre’s clinical experience. J Milburn, A Abbara, D Joshi, S Clarke, R Ramli, A Comninos, A Mehta, B Jones, R Nair, N Mendoza, NM Martin, E Hatfield, A Sam, W Dhillo, K Meeran.
11.00 A novel surgical approach for the management of giant invasive prolactinoma compressing the brainstem N Margari, M: Vidyarthi, Z Khatami, S Chawda, J Pollock, E Marouf, N Stojanovic. The Royal London Hospital, Queens Hospital Romford and Woodlands Multispecialty Hospital Kolkata, India.
11.15 Is antiplatelet therapy absolutely contraindicated in patients with a previous history of apoplexy? D Joshi, J Milburn, A Abbara, R Ramli, A Comninos, A Mehta, B Jones, N Mendoza, N Hill, NM Martin, E Hatfield, A Sam, W Dhillo, K Meeran. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London.
12:00 From non-functioning pituitary adenoma in adolescence to Cushing’s disease in adulthood. A Balasanthiran, E Hatfield, D Papadopoulou, A Mehta, B Jones, N Mendoza, N Martin, K Meeran, .Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London.
12:15 A difficult case of Cushing’s disease. R Ramli, A Wren, D Papadopoulou, K Meeran, N Mendoza, E Hatfield, B Jones, A Mehta, NM Martin. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London.
14.10 Detection of micro-thyrotropinoma with 11-C-Methionine PET-CT: switching the ‘signal’ on and off. O Koulouri, A Steuwe, D Gillett, P English, D Halsall, N Antoun, A Hoole, H Cheow, N Burnet, M Gurnell. Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.
14.25 The use of C-Methionine PET to identify a target for salvage surgery in acromegaly. R Tan, B Whitelaw, T Hampton, G Vivan, S Aylwin. Kings College Hospital, London.
14.40 An unusual case of a woman with prolactinoma and diabetes insipidus. S Rafique, P Sathiskumar. Conquest Hospital, East Sussex Health Care Trust.
15.50 An interesting case of optic neuropathy. I Ilesanmi, K Muralidhara.
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust.
16.05 Pituitary apoplexy complicated by a third nerve palsy – a mechanistic quandary? D Joshi, A Abarra, R Ramli, A Comninos, J Milburn. S Clarke, A Mehta, B Jones, N Martin, E Hatfield, A Sam, W Dhillo, K Meeran. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London.
16.20 Double trouble: dual endocrine pathology. R Ramli, K. Steer, E. Hatfield, A Mehta, B Jones, N Mendoza, K Meeran, NM Martin. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London and London North West Healthcare NHS Trust.