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Learn how to provide useful comments to aid clinical interpretation of laboratory results. Topic: Essentials of Porphyria with case studies

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In this webinar series on Interpretative Commenting, 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.

A/Prof Chris Florkowski, our guest speaker for Wednesday 29th September, will discuss the essentials of Porphyria. Case studies will be used to discuss how porphyrins test results assist in the diagnosis of porphyrias.

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A/Prof. Christopher Florkowski is Consultant Chemical Pathologist at Canterbury Health Laboratories in Christchurch, New Zealand, and Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology at the University of Otago.

A/Prof. Florkowski graduated from the United Kingdom and gained broad clinical experience before training in Chemical Pathology. A/Prof. Florkowski is an expert on diverse clinical chemistry topics, and has published widely on subjects such as HbA1c, Porphyria, Vitamin D, Evidence Based Laboratory Medicine and Cardiac Troponins. He has been a member of the AACB Porphyrin Working Party since 2008.

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