Charing Cross Hospital Glenister Lecture Theatre or live on zoom
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
The Glenister is opposite the hospital next to the cemetery, as on these maps.CLICK ON MAPS TO ENLARGE.
08:30 – 09:25 Registration
09:25-09:30 Welcome Niamh Martin
SESSION 1 Chairs: Dr Alison Wren, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London and Dr Zane Jaunmuktane, University College Hospital London.
09:30-10.00 Acute presentations of pituitary disease.Dr Mona Waterhouse (Barts Heath NHS Trust, London).
10:00-10:20 An unusual pituitary mass which improved with steroids and unmasked an unexpected diagnosis L Yang, C Borysiewicz, F Sanderson, F Wernig. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London
10:20-10:40 Cavernous ICA aneurysms and Cushing’s disease: no stress, just go with the flow L Thurston, E Hatfield, D Peters, N Martin, L Dixon, A Gonstarova, R Nair, N Mendoza, K Meeran, A Dalton.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London
10:40-11:00 The discovery and management of an ectopic pituitary tumour.C Shepherd, P Patel, K Muralidhara. Kingston Hospital and St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London.
11:00-11:20 An atypical presentation of hypopituitarism.R Minhas1, K Bashir1, C Mitchell1,YY Ling1, G Tarigopula1, M Al-Ansari1, J Tomlinson2, F Wernig2
1. Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and 2. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London.
SESSION 2 Chairs: Dr Anna Crown (Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust)
Mr Nigel Mendoza (Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London).
11:50-12:10 The endocrine plumbing problem. H Ibrahim, R Herring. Southend University Hospital.
12:10-12:30 Challenging case of recurrent Cushing's disease after an episode of pituitary apoplexy M Alameri, E Hatfield, N Martin, A N Di Marco , N Mendoza, R Nair, B Jones, M Gurnell, K Meeran, P Behary. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London and Department of Endocrinology, Cambridge University Hospitals.
12:30-12:50 Endocrinopathies in patients on checkpoint inhibitors - why ongoing “checks” are essential. Z Mohsin, S Noronha, M Payne, G Tan and HE Turner. Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Oxford University Hospital..
12:50-13:10 Hypopituitarism and hypothalamic obesity following craniopharyngioma: A
chronic disease management perspective. J Makaronidis, A Pechir-Cerillo, M Adamo, R Batterham, S Baldeweg. University College London Hospitals, London
SESSION 3 Chairs: Dr Rochan Agha-Jaffar (Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London)
Mr Ramesh Nair (Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London)
14:10-14:40 Challenges in pituitary surgery. Mr Arthur Dalton, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
14:40-15:00 The role of surgery in improving fertility in a patient with prolactinoma. B Mahamud, J.Pollock, U.Farhana, B Hossain. H Rehmani, N Stajanovic, K. Ramachandran S Solomon, J Eisold, M al-Aaraj, B Abdeen,S.Sahota, G Mlawa. Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, Essex.
15:00-15:20 A rare case of Sheehan’s syndrome B Inayat, T Abdellatif, N Thorogood, K Bradley.
Bristol Royal Infirmary University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
15:20-15:40 Silent corticotroph pituitary adenoma: clinical presentation mimicking pituitary apoplexy R Siddique1, F Swords1 ,Neil Dorward2, R Ahluwalia1.
1. Norfolk Norwich University Hospital. 2. University College London Hospital
15:40-16:00 Endocrinopathy behind the facemask – Follow up. S Nyunt1, A Sharma1, K Narula1, C Mitchell2, N Mendoza1, YY Ling2, ECI Hatfield1, K Meeran1, NM Martin1.
1. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London and 2. Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Trust
16:00-16:10 FEEDBACK AND CLOSE