Overgrowth syndromes from a historical perspective Free

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Professor John Harper shares his thoughts and experience with overgrowth syndromes from a historical perspective. Covering differential diagnosis and genetics. 

This lecture was filmed at the RSM in London for the event 'Medicine and me: living with segmental overgrowth conditions' on the 11th of July 2017.

Length: 00:09:23

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:04:26 - Proteus syndrome
00:06:35 - Differential diagnosis
00:08:00 - Genetics
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Sui Phin Kon, Consultant Nephrologist, King's College Hospital, London. 

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Sui Phin Kon, Consultant Nephrologist, King's College Hospital, London. 

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Nick Fox, Director, Dementia Research Centre, University College London. 

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Jonathan Herring, Faculty of Law, Exeter College, Oxford. 

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Dr David Barker, Chief Executive, Crohn's and Colitis UK. 

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Catherine Stansfield, Specialist IBD Nurse, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust.

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Dr Mariyana Schoultz, Clinical Academic Fellow, University of Stirling.

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Kay Greveson, Specialist IBD Nurse, Royal Free Hospital, London.

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Dr Miles Parkes, Gastroenterologist, Addenbrooke's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge.

Dr Hannah Gordon, Clinical Research Fellow, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London.

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