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Dietary Management of Inherited Metabolic Disorders conference 2021

Thursday April 22nd

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Meeting Objectives:

The aims of this meeting are to review and discuss key research, guidelines and clinical perspectives in the field of Inherited Metabolic Disease, and to provide participants with practical solutions for improving patient management in their daily clinical practice. 

After attending the meeting, participants will have a better understanding of, and have practical solutions to optimize their clinical practice in the following aspects of Inherited Metabolic Disease:

Phenylketonuria: 

  • PKU and the brain 

Adult IMD: 

  • Outcomes in Adult PKU 

IMD:

  • Fabry disease and diet 
  • Pyridoxine dependent epilepsy 
  • VLCADD cases 

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