- Dr Clare Pain
- Dr Daniel Finn
- Professor Robert Moots
- Professor Paul Brogan
Date of Recording
May 11, 2021
May 10, 2022
1. Understanding how UK children are affected by Behcet's syndrome
2. Improve knowledge of differential diagnoses and investigations of Behcet's like presentations including recurrent oral ulceration
3. Management of Behcet's syndrome in children and young people
4. The role of genetic testing and monogenic mimics
5. How to manage recurrent oral ulceration
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Dr Clare Pain
Dr Daniel Finn
Professor Robert Moots
Professor Paul Brogan
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