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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - Diagnostic challenges
Thoracic outlet syndrome is a complex collection of compression problems effecting the neurovascular bundle in the arm. In some cases the diagnosis is obvious, but a large number of these patients remain undiagnosed for some time due to the complex and diverse symptoms it generates.

The webinar will look at the variety of presentations and how they may be differentiated from other conditions. It will look at the options and approaches to decompression and the potential for conservative management.

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Sep 8, 2020 07:00 PM in London

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Mr Andrew Garnham
Andrew Garnham is the current chair of the RCS Ed Vascular Specialty Board. He has served on the council of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland since 2012 and is the current Treasurer. He has a long standing interest in medical education and as TPD has developed the vascular training programme within the West Midlands. He has been intimately involved with the development of the national ASPIRE programme for Vascular Trainees.
Mr Ahmed Nassef
Ahmed Nassef is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon/Honorary Senior Lecturer based at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust. He is also Chair of the MRCS Committee and Council Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.