Learning Objectives:

1.  Discuss clinical features that can be used to identify patients that may have MDM; and compare to patient cases within their own practice
2.  Recall the biochemical and pathophysiologic mechanisms of monogenic diabetes and its various forms; 
3. Identify specific genetic testing used for MDM diagnoses; 
4. List other conditions, diagnoses, and syndromes related to MDM; 
5. State how specific treatment regimens can be used to optimize care and quality of life for patients with MDM 
6. Explain the impact a correct diagnosis can have on MDM treatment and management.
7. Discuss utility of insulin autoantibody after insulin has been started for a patient with diabetes.
8. Identify the features of a patient with minimal insulin needs that represents atypical diabetes to better inform treatment.
9. Create an individualized treatment plan for a complex patient.

Session date: 
10/24/2023 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm CDT
  • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.00 Participation

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Cased Reviewed By: Lou Philipson MD, PhD; Siri A. Greeley MD, PhD; Rochelle Naylor, MD Cases Presented By: Stephanie Green, MD, MS; Lisa Letourneau-Frieberg, MPH, RD, LDN