The most common of the Neurofibromatoses, Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1) is a condition that leads to tumors growing on nerves alongside effects on other organs. It affects approximately 1 in 2700 births, and can be due to autosomal dominant inheritance from the parents or new mutations in the gene NF1 in the affected child.
Time for a little Rheumatology revision. In this article Dr Mariam Al-Attar, one of our M4RD Clinical Ambassadors, explains why she’s interested in Rheumatology. Plus you can have a look at a revision tool that she has created about small vessel vasculitis. Thank you to Mariam and the lovely team at Vasculitis UK who she […]
In this article, Sri Rambhatla reflects on one family’s experiences of Kawasaki Disease and reminds us of its clinical presentation, diagnosis and treatment. Srinivasa Rambhatla is an academic foundation doctor working at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, and is an M4RD ambassador. As a medical student/junior doctor, we are often told to remember the adage that […]
Today is Acromegaly Awareness Day 2018 so take this opportunity to brush up on signs, symptoms and management of this rare disease with a video from Dan Jeffries