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UDN Grand Rounds
UDN clinicians and researchers from the UDN Clinical Site at Harvard Medical School will present two solved cases. The first case, from Massachusetts General Hospital, involves a de novo MTSS2 missense variant in a child with global developmental delay, intellectual disability, autism, gait and balance issues, and aerodigestive issues. The second case, from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, involves two genetic diagnoses identified in a 57-year-old man with a painful inflammatory disorder and skin nodules.

The Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN) is a consortium of sites across the US aimed at diagnosing patients through a personalized, multidisciplinary approach. Each UDN Grand Rounds session typically features a description of the clinical phenotype and diagnostic evaluation of one or more UDN patients. All are welcome to attend, ask questions, and offer insights on cases. One hour of CME credit is available at no charge for attendees.


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