Resources Category: CME

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Recognizing and Managing hATTR Cardiac Amyloidosis: Bridging Evidence and Clinical Practice (CME / ABIM MOC)
Amyloidosis may present in a wide variety of ways, posing challenges to its diagnosis and treatment. This activity will address the different types of cardiac amyloidosis, the clinical manifestations of hATTR amyloidosis, and present treatment strategies based on the most recent clinical data. Release date: Oct 15 2018, Expiration date: Oct 14, 2019
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New Clinical Insights Into the Pathology of Amyloidosis (CME / ABIM MOC)
ARC and Medscape have created this CME course, the goal of this activity is to increase awareness of the pathologic features among the different types of systemic amyloidoses and how to accurately diagnose the disease. Presented by Maria M. Picken, MD, PhD   Released: 12/22/2018. Valid for credit through: 12/22/2019      
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Increasing Diagnostic Awareness of hATTR Amyloidosis (CME / ABIM MOC)
Dr. Khella discusses diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with hereditary ATTR amyloidosis. Expert Commentary, Jul 25, 2017.  Credits: CME - 0.50 / ABIM MOC - 0.5
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Clues to a Diagnosis: A Focus on Light-Chain Amyloidosis (CME / ABIM MOC)
Dr. Morie Gertz discusses the symptoms, challenges of diagnosis and emerging treatments for light-chain amyloidosis. Expert Commentary, Sep 8, 2017.  Credits: 0.25 CME / 0.25 ABIM MOC  
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Medscape CME & Education for Physicians
Medscape is the leading online global destination for physicians and healthcare professionals worldwide with the latest medical news and expert perspectives; drug and disease information; and professional education and CME classes specific for amyloidosis.
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Cardiac Amyloidosis: Stop Missing It! (CME/CE)
This symposium will provide a brief overview of cardiac amyloidosis, current guidelines and emerging options for treatment, and how to increase awareness regarding recent breakthroughs. Credits: 1.5 CME / 1.5 CE (Approval through 09/12/2019).
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