Dr. Stephen Winters presents "Klinefelter Syndrome" through multiple cases. He discusses the diagnoses of patients with Klinfelter Syndrome as well as what to look for in men and women. He then explains the quality of life for someone with KS as well as different treatments offered by various authors.
Dr. Stephen J. Winters discusses "hypogonadism" in women and men through various photos, studies, and cases. He uses many case questions to discuss different scenarios as well as characteristics of hypogonadism that may not be obvious at first glance.
Dr. Stephen Winters presents the hypothalamus and pituitary by first presenting the clinical manifestations of pituitary disease. He then discusses various cases as well has treatment and management of each disorder.
In this presentation, Dr. Betty Villafuerte discusses complications-based approaches to guide treatment modality of obesity. She them reviews treatment guidelines on lifestyle modifications and the use of pharmacotherapy in managing obesity. Finally, she examines the role of meal frequency, meal timing, lifestyle behavior, and intelligence on obesity.
Dr. Mokshagundam presents Lipid Disorders by going over basic aspects of lipoprotein transport and metabolism and how it can be problematic. He then discusses the recommendations for managing lipid disorders.
Dr. Krishnasamy presents Inpatient Glucose Management by first discussing a case of hospital hyperglycemia. She then reviews current guidelines for glycemic management trends in non-critical care settings. After, she reviews institutional protocols.
In this case-based lecture, Dr. Krishansamy walks through several real-life examples of patients and their indications for novel treatments for diabetes with a focus on mechanisms of action. Included in this lecture is an overview and update on the American Diabetes Association (ADA) guidelines and European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD). Finally, she takes a look at new technology to treat type one diabetes.