A1035 If Sherlock Holmes Were a Pediatrician: Subtle Clues to Genetic Diagnosis (Repeats as A2051)

Friday, October 25
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Location: Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, R04-R05
CME credit: 1.50

Session Type: Audience Response System


Topic(s): Genetics & Epigenetics

Pediatricians observe minor anomalies in patients they see in their offices and the newborn nursery. Some may be family traits of no consequence. Others are clues to a genetic disorder that may be associated with medical, growth, or developmental problems. This interactive session will focus on common minor anomalies that suggest a syndrome or the need for further evaluation.

H. Eugene Hoyme, MD, FAAP

Professor
University of Arizona College of Medicine/ University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
Tucson, Arizona

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