MDS-PAS Challenging Case Video Rounds

Saturday, February 5, 2022
19:30 – 22:00

During the MDS-PAS Challenging Case Video Rounds, attendees will witness clinical experts evaluate a case by phenomenology, syndromic classification and differential diagnosis. Presenters will discuss complex movement disorder cases which emphasizes unusual or challenging presentations of common diseases or common presentations of rare diseases where therapeutic strategies are critical. The audience will have the opportunity to learn from the systematic analysis of each of these cases.
 

The Challenging Case Video Rounds submission is now open.
Submission deadline: November 17, 2021


MDS Members and non-members from within the Pan American section are invited to submit interesting and educational video cases that they wish to present during the Challenging Case Video Rounds. To submit a case for consideration, please click the button below to complete the online submission form.

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The deadline for 2022 MDS-PAS Challenging Case Video Rounds submissions is November 17, 2021 11:59 PM (CDT). Submitters will be notified of the status of their submitted case by the end of December 2021.
 

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  Case submission eligibility
  • MDS Members and non-members from within the Pan American section are invited to submit interesting cases.
  • To make the most of this learning experience, the case presenter should be a student, resident, fellow or junior in training.
  • Selected case presenters must be prepared travel to the 4th PAS Congress in Miami, FL to present their case during the scheduled session.
  • There is no fee to submit a case for consideration in the MDS-PAS Challenging Case Video Rounds.
  • All cases must be submitted and presented in English.
  • Cases that are to be presented during the Challenging Case Video Rounds should not be presented as an abstract during the poster sessions.
  Presentation details
  • Presentations will entail a brief clinical description and a well-edited video of no more than 2 minutes. All cases should have a known diagnosis which will be shared at the end of the presentation.
  • Selected case presenters will participate in the Challenging Case Video Rounds to present their video case to the panel of MDS experts during this live session.
  • Selected case presenters will be given instruction on how to prepare their presentation and present their case during the Challenging Case Video Rounds.

Any questions regarding the Challenging Case MDS-PAS Rounds may be directed to pascongress@movementdisorders.org.

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