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S2-E55 - Day Three at the 2021 TLM dX From AASLD

S2-E55 – Day Three at the 2021 TLMdX From AASLD

Profs. Scott Friedman and Michelle Long, Dr. Naim Alkhouri and Global Liver Institute DIrector of Global NASH Programs Jeff McIntyre join Louise Campbell and Roger Green to review some of the most important and exciting presentations from the first three days of the 2021 TLMdX, the annual meeting from AASLD.

S2-E52.4 - MRE Findings Suggest Flaws in Fibrosis As Endpoint

S2-E52.4 – MRE Findings Suggest Flaws in Fibrosis As Endpoint

Alina Allen and Ian Rowe lead the Surfers in considering biopathological shortcomings in fibrosis as a solitary endpoint. Their comments stem from Alina’s presentation of the recent Mayo Clinic paper, “MRE for Prediction of Long-Term Progression and Outcome in Chronic Liver Disease: A Retrospective Study.” In this conversation, Alina summarizes the paper, after which Stephen Harrison asks questions about the availability of subgroup analysis.

S2-E52.2 - How Liver Stiffness Measures Can Improve Practical Patient Management

S2-E52.2 – How Liver Stiffness Measurements Can Improve Practical Patient Management

Alina Allen and Ian Rowe discuss how Liver Stiffness Measurements (LSM) can improve individual patient treatment in pre-cirrhotic and compensated cirrhotic patients. Their comments stem from Alina’s presentation of the recent Mayo Clinic paper, “MRE for Prediction of Long-Term Progression and Outcome in Chronic Liver Disease: A Retrospective Study.” In this conversation, Alina summarizes the paper, after which Stephen Harrison asks questions about the availability of subgroup analysis.

Predicting long-Term Outcomes Using MR Elastography

S2-E52 – Predicting Long-Term Outcomes Using MR Elastography

Professors Alina Allen and Ian Rowe join the Surfers to discuss our ability to predict long-term outcomes using MR Elastography. The conversation flows around Mayo Clinic’s recent Hepatology publication, “MRE for prediction of long term progression and outcome in chronic liver disease.

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