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1.4 - SESSION 2: Advancement in Liver Transplant for Metabolic Liver Disease: Transplant and Beyond
Presenter: Kevin, Strauss, Lancaster, United States Authors: Kevin Strauss, Jodie Vento, Simon Horslen, Katherine Black, Anna Banc-Husu and Jody Weckworth
Advancement in Liver Transplant for Metabolic Liver Disease: Transplant and Beyond
Moderated by: Anna Banc-Husu and Jody Weckworth, PA-C
Kevin Strauss, MD
Medical Director - Clinic for Special Children, Lancaster, PA
Providing Primary Care and Collaborative Consultation for Children with Rare Liver Diseases
Design and Implementation of Peri-operative Protocols for Pediatric Metabolic Liver Disease: Jodie Vento MGC, LCGC, Assistant Professor, Human Genetics University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Pittsburgh, PA
Evolving Trends in Liver Transplant for Metabolic Liver Disease: Simon Horslen, MD, Director of Pediatric Hepatology, UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Role of Liver Transplantation in Treatment for Methylmalonic Acidemia in the Era of Gene Therapy: Katherine Black, MD, Fellow, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Tennessee
Case Based Discussion and Unique Consideration
Panel: Drs. Strauss, Vento, Horslen
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