|NEUROLOGY: Genetic Testing in Epilepsy|
|Dr. Scott Perry will address epilepsy syndromes in which gene tests nay provide the etiology and alter treatment. |
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- Discuss the clinical features, prognosis, and evaluation of epilepsies associated with genetic mutations, specifically testing which may impact prognosis and/or treatment - SCN1A, SLC2A1, PCDH19, POLG1
- List the utility of other commonly available gene tests
- Describe the syndromes/phenotypes which may be associated with mutations in these genes, including GABRG2, KCNQ2/3, STXBP, ARX, and CDKL5.
- Discuss other genes associated with epilepsy syndromes in which impact to treatment/prognosis is variable – SCN1B, SCN2A, and SCN9A.
Genetic Testing in Epilepsy: Recognizing Syndromes in which Gene Tests May Provide the Etiology and Alter Treatment
|Audience: Physicians, Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Healthcare Professionals|
|Duration: 1.00 hour(s)|
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|CME Enduring Material|
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