Pituitary Masterclass 24 Sept 2018.
ENDORSED BY THE SOCIETY FOR ENDOCRINOLOGY.
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CPD approved for 6 credits, code 118313. ; £16 for consultants and trainees alike subsidised rate
[[Online registration FULL]]
[[Previous Pituitary day 2017]]
[[Printable Abstract Book 2018]]
Printed copies are given to all participants on arrival.
Charing Cross Hospital Glenister Lecture Theatre
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 – 08:55 Registration
08:55-09:15 Welcome Niamh Martin
SESSION 1 Chairs: Rajee Baburaj (Consultant Endocrinologist, Hillingdon Hospital) and Roselle Herring (Consultant Endocrinologist, Royal Surrey County Hospital)
09:15-09:45 Pituitary problems in pregnancy – an update Prof Catherine Williamson (King's College London).
09:45-10:00 Case Presentation Management of macroprolactinoma during pregnancy and breast-feeding. M Parsad, M Silveira, M Al-Mrayat. (University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust).
10:00-10:15 Case Presentation Cabergoline in management of large non-functioning pituitary macroadenoma during pregnancy. . R Ramli, F Wernig, K Meeran, NM Martin, E Hatfield. (Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London)
10:15-10:45 Pituitary problems and male infertility – diagnosis and management Dr Channa Jayasena (Imperial College London).
SESSION 2 Chairs: Mr Ramesh Nair (Consultant Neurosurgeon ICHNT) and Dr Ben Whitelaw (Consultant Endocrinologist, King's College London).
11:15-11:45 Hypophysitis - diagnostic challenges and new treatment options. Dr Florian Wernig, (Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London)
11:45-12:00 Case Presentation A case of IgG4-related hypophysitis. H Joshi, M Hikmat, SO Oyibo, SV Sagi. (Peterborough City Hospital).
12:00-12:15 Case Presentation Rituximab induced long term remission from refractory lymphocytic hypophysitis. S Raj S, BC Whitelaw, T Hampton, A King, SJB Aylwin. (King’s College Hospital, London).
12:15-12:30 Case Presentation Metastasis to pituitary gland from renal cell carcinoma. H Khan, S Vennam, T Dugal. (Royal Cornwall Hospital).
13:30-13:40 LAPPS update. Joy Ginn, LAPPS
SESSION 3 DEBATE Chairs: Prof John Wass and Mr Nigel Mendoza
13:40-14:30 This house believes that patients with incidentally discovered pituitary macroadenomas should not have pituitary surgery unless they have abnormal visual fields.
For the motion: Dr Paul Carroll (Guys and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trust, London).
Against the motion: Miss Joan Grieve (The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London).
14:30-14:45 Case Presentation Non-functioning pituitary adenomas in the elderly. K Laycock, J Anderson. (Homerton University Hospital, London).
14:45-15:00 Case Presentation An uncommon cause of infertility in a patient with a pituitary macroadenoma. R Wilmington, R Russel, A Sinha, NJ Parr, U Srinivas-Shankar. (Wirral University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Liverpool Women’s Hospital, Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool).
SESSION 4 Chairs: Dr Marcus Martineau and Dr Emma Hatfield
15:30-16:00 Dopamine agonist withdrawal in prolactinomas – who should we offer this to and when? Dr Antonia Brooke (Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust).
16:00-16:15 Case presentations Cabergoline therapy in macroprolactinoma after repeated surgery and radiotherapy.M Silveira, M Parsad, M Al-Mrayat. (University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust).
16:15-16:30 Case presentations Acromegaly and associated pituitary macroadenoma resolution with cabergoline therapy.N Thomas, A Brooke. (Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust).
16:30-16:45 Case presentations Late presentation of acromegaly in a patient with macro- prolactinoma. AJ Beck, DE Flanagan. (University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust).
16:45-17:10 FEEDBACK AND CLOSE