Free CME-accredited Webinar November 30, 2023 | 9:30am EST | 2:30pm GMT | 3:30pm CET | 11:30pm JST
About the Event
Understanding Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS): Etiology, Presentations, Diagnosis, and Treatment Challenges
Join us for this CME-accredited webinar.
Our key opinion leaders will focus their talks on:
the current guidelines for the definition and diagnosis of LGS in children, highlighting specifically the variable presentations of this disease at onset and during progression
differential diagnosis of LGS considering other developmental and/or epileptic encephalopathies
the state of current research on treatment options with a focus on identifying biomarkers and/or screening strategies
This Ask-the-Expert webinar is designed for health care professionals (primary and secondary care givers in neurology, general practitioners, and the multidisciplinary team associated with the treatment and management of LGS patients) who are interested in learning more on the latest research, treatment, and clinical management of patients with LGS.
There will be the opportunity to ask questions directly to the speakers during the live Q&A or you can send your questions prior to the event. So, register today to submit your questions!
Join us for a second webinar on treatment approaches, management, and care coordination later in 2024.
Our Speakers & Moderator
MD, MHBA, FEAN
Consultant Neurologist, Epilepsy Center Frankfurt Rhine-Main, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
Professor of Pediatric Neurology, University Paris Cité, Paris, France
This webinar has been supported by an independent educational grant from UCB. UCB has had no influence over the content or selection of the Editorial Panel.
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