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Welcome to Endocrine Board Review (EBR) 2021. This online course is designed as a mock exam, featuring nine on-demand interactive topical area presentations with 220 case-based questions emulating the format and subject matter of the ABIM's Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Certification Examination.
A key aspect of this course is the opportunity for participants to engage directly with the expert faculty during the live topical Q&A sessions. To maximize your engagement with the faculty, the live topical Q&A sessions are each scheduled for a full hour.
Submit your questions to EBR faculty in two ways:
During the On-demand Interactive Mock Exam Sessions: As you participate in the on-demand presentations, a question box will be available. Please make sure to include the case number along with your question. Submitted questions will be compiled and addressed during the live topical Q&A sessions.
During the Live Topical Q&A Sessions: Each faculty member will participate in a live one-hour question and answer session. Shortly before the Q&A begins a link to enter the Q&A session will be added to the program schedule below. You may submit questions for the faculty through the Q&A function. If you notice a participant submits the same or a similar question to yours or if you find a specific question interesting, "upvote" the question to boost its ranking in the queue and the likelihood it will be addressed by faculty during the live session.
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- Describe the pathophysiology of Thyroid Eye Disease (TED)
- Review the clinical signs and symptoms of TED to ensure an early diagnosis and referral to a TED specialist
- Emphasize the importance of multidisciplinary TED management
- Provide an overview of TEPEZZA efficacy, safety, and mechanism of action for the treatment of TED