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About This Webinar
Takeda invites you to a scientific webinar on Fabry disease, intended for cardiologists.
The 1-hour webinar will feature information & insights on Fabry pathology, cardio- diagnostics & current therapies. The presentations will be completed with real-life patient cases.

Although Fabry disease (FD) was identified a century ago, it is still a challenging condition to diagnose and treat. Patients traditionally are suffering from a considerable delay before a diagnosis is made. Cardiac involvement is the current leading cause of death in FD. However, an increase in functional clinical awareness could lead to a rapid growth in the prevalence of FD. This webinar, led by Prof. Antoine Bondue, Dr. Wim Terryn and Dr. Matthias Dupont, is providing an outline for the cardiologist and summarizes the pathology, the cardiovascular consequences there of, modalities used in diagnosis and current indications for treatment.

C-APROM/BE/FAB/0001 – February 2021
Agenda
  • Dr. Matthias Dupont; Cardiologist-heart failure specialist-ZOL Genk Audience poll based on a patient case – 5 min
  • Dr. Wim Terryn; Nephrologist-Fabry specialist-Jan Yperman Ieper Understanding the pathophysiology of Fabry disease and current therapies - 20 min
  • Dr. Matthias Dupont; Cardiologist-heart failure specialist-ZOL Genk Rare diseases in clinical practice. Presentation of patient cases with different entry (LVH, unexplained CKD, rhythmic disorder ...) – 15 min
  • Prof. Antoine Bondue; Cardiologist-specialist congenital heart disease, cardiovascular genetics & pulmonary hypertension – ULB Erasmus Brussels How to reach the diagnosis of Fabry disease for the general cardiologist? Focus on the red flags and screening opportunities - 20 min
  • All Caveats - 10 min
Presenters
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    Dr. Matthias Dupont
    Cardiologist - ZOL Genk
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    Dr. Wim Terryn
    Nephrologist - Jan Yperman Ieper
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    Prof. Antoine Bondue
    Cardiologist - Erasme Brussels