Patient Information Day on Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD)

Patient Information Day on Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD)

Fibromuscular dysplasia is a condition that causes narrowing (stenosis) and enlargement (aneurysm) of the medium-sized arteries in your body. Reduced blood flow from narrowed arteries to the organs can affect the function of the organs. Fibromuscular dysplasia appears most commonly in the arteries leading to the kidneys. Fibromuscular dysplasia can also affect the arteries leading to your brain, heart, abdomen, arms and legs.

This is the first Patient Information Day for the rare disease, Fibromuscular Dysplasia.  It tales place on January 19th, 2019 at Salford Royal Foundation Trust, all of the details are in the document below.To register, please email fmd.ukireland@gmail.com or if you have any questions, please contact Dr Tina Chrysochou via tina.chrysochou@srft.nhs.uk

Agenda

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I’m an ADPKD patient who was lucky enough to have a transplant in 2003 after only eleven months of dialysis. I'm the north-west Patient Advocacy & Support Officer for Kidney Care UK and my interests, other than my role within GMKIN, include sport, music and politics. Follow me on Twitter: @finnigr

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