Second international symposium on carcinoid heart disease
Carcinoid heart disease is a major complication of neuroendocrine tumours, resulting in right heart valve disease that leads to dilatation and right ventricular failure.
Surgical replacement offers significant reduction in symptoms and may extend life but is performed at high risk in these complex patients.
This day is aimed at cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, imaging specialists and anaesthetists, giving a state of the art discussion of patients presenting with disease.
Those speaking at the meeting are world leading experts with in-depth experience.
This course has been awarded 3 BSE points for those who attend.
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Lorraine Richardson, Event organiser
This event is organised by an external provider and is not affiliated with the British Society of Echocardiography.