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Understanding CEAP C4c Disease

09 April, 2021 Webinar

Join us on Friday, April 9 at 8:00 AM EDT for "Understanding CEAP C4c Disease – Clinical Features and Implications," a free AVLS webinar cosponsored by the AVF and UIP and eligible for one CME credit.

Since its introduction in 1994, CEAP has become the most widely utilized discrimitive instrument for the classification of chronic venous disorders. Among the strengths of the instrument has been its ongoing investigation by the international community, resulting in significant updates to the classification system as new evidence is developed. Based upon these observations, the third revision of CEAP was published in 2020. Among other revisions, this included the designation of corona phlebectatica as C4c, acknowledging the observations that corona is a marker of progression from uncomplicated to advanced chronic venous disease.

Please join us as a panel of international experts discuss the pathophysiology and natural history of C4c disease.

Moderators: Drs. Mark Meissner and Marc Passman
Panelists: Drs. Fedor Lurie, Jean-Francois Uhl, Eberhardt Rabe, and Marlin Schul.

Webinar Agenda:
"Changes to C4 in the 2020 CEAP Revision" – Dr. Fedor Lurie
"What is and What is Not Corona Phlebectatica (C4c)" – Dr. Jean-Francois Uhl
"The Natural History of Corona Phlebectatica (C4c)" – Dr. Eberhardt Rabe
"Clinical Examples of C4c" – Dr. Marlin Schul

The American Vein & Lymphatic Society (AVLS) designates this live internet activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This webinar is only eligible for CME credits to live attendees. The recorded webinar will not be eligible for CME.

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