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APFCB Masterclass - Hyperandrogenism

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Learn how to provide useful comments to aid clinical interpretation of laboratory results. Topic: Hyperandrogenism in Females

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In this webinar series, chemical pathology experts will discuss how to interpret laboratory test results and add useful comments to the lab report, using only the minimal information available to the clinical laboratory.

Hyperandrogenism in females leads to multiple endocrine and metabolic disorders, including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). It has variable clinical presentation and severity, and presents a complex diagnostic challenge for clinicians. Dr. Melissa Gillett, our guest speaker for Wednesday 16th February, will discuss hyperandrogenism in females – pathophysiology, testing, and the interpretation of test results.

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Dr Melissa Gillett is Consultant Chemical Pathologist at Western Diagnostic Pathology and PathWest Laboratory Medicine in Perth, Australia.

Dr Gillett graduated from the University of Western Australia and completed her internship at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. She undertook her specialist training in Endocrinology and Chemical Pathology at Fremantle Hospital, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and Royal Perth Hospital. Her particular area of interest is Endocrine Biochemistry.

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