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A patient with stigmata of both the Möbius syndrome and the Poland syndrome is presented. This is now the twelfth well-documented patient with a combination of the two syndromes. The association of the Poland syndrome and the Möbius syndrome occurs with sufficient frequency that the combination probably represents a formal genesis malformation syndrome of… (More)
There is consensus that patients need to be engaged with their care, but how to do this in a primary care setting remains unclear. This case study demonstrates Patient Advisory Council engagement with the operations of a patient-centered medical home.
A case history of a fifty-seven-year-old white woman with hemolytic-uremic syndrome who was successfully transplanted with a cadaver homograft is reported. A review of the pertinent literature regarding the pathophysiology of the syndrome and the experience to date with transplantation is presented.