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ACAAI 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting - PID Symposium

Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Primary Immunodeficiency (PID) in Adults: Insights for Practicing Allergists Immunologists

VIEW THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:
Challenges in Early Diagnosis of PID in Adults
PID Presenting in Later Life – Opportunities for Earlier Diagnosis
Confirming a Diagnosis of PID in Adults: Current and Future Technologies
Management of Antibody Deficiencies in Older Adults
Questions and Panel Discussion

FACULTY:
Mark Ballow, MD
Chief, Division of Allergy / Immunology; Professor of Pediatrics; University of Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Science; Buffalo, New York
Vincent R. Bonagura, MD
Associate Chair, Department of Pediatrics; Chief, Division of Allergy and Immunology; Jack Hausman Professor of Pediatrics; Professor of Molecular Medicine; Feinstein Institute for Medical Research; Hofstra-NS-LIJ School of Medicine; Manhasset, New York
 
James Verbsky, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medical Microbiology and Genetics; Medical College of Wisconsin; Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:
Recognize the clinical and laboratory presentation (targeted screening) of immunodeficiencies in adults
Initiate appropriate treatment for antibody deficiencies in adults
Describe how genetic studies help define treatment modalities of immunodeficiencies
Initiate appropriate continued care for individuals with primary immunodeficiencies who have made it into adulthood
Target Audience:
This program has been designed to meet the educational needs of allergists/immunologists, and other healthcare professionals.
 

Disclaimer:
The information provided is not meant to substitute for the independent medical judgment of a physician relative to diagnostic and treatment options of a specific patient’s medical condition.
 

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