Serotonin Pathophysiology: Mechanistic Role and Therapeutic Strategies
Dec 12, 2020
This is an enduring activity based upon a live presentation of the role of serotonin and its impact on carcinoid syndrome delivered at the 2019 NANETS annual conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
This video-based program features peer-to-peer expert exchange and authoritative insights, opinions, and perspectives related to neuroendocrine tumors (NETS) and carcinoid syndrome.
Serotonin plays a central role in the physiology of carcinoid syndrome by promoting intestinal motility and therefore the pathophysiology of serotonin is important for physicians to understand in order to provide symptom management and better patient care.
This program will give learners a novel approach to better understanding the mechanistic basis of cellular function, the role that serotonin plays on hormonal dysregulation, symptoms and management and an enhanced understanding of the mechanism of action of serotonin in the body.