Myeloma, MGUS and related conditions

AL Amyloidosis: what you need to know (1 CPD point)

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Accredited by the Royal College of Pathologists, this course helps clinicians know when to suspect AL amyloidosis, while also covering investigation and treatment of the condition.

This 1-hour long course provides 1 CPD point.

The course supports doctors and nurses to:

  • Recognise the clinical presentations of AL amyloidosis
  • Know what investigations are required for a diagnosis
  • Appreciate what treatment options are available

It was developed by an expert faculty including NHS consultants in haematology, nephrology and cardiology.

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Myeloma, MGUS and related conditions
Contributed by: Myeloma, MGUS and related conditions
Authored by: Prof. Ashutosh Wechalekar, University College London and the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK, Professor of Medicine and Haematology
Dr Christopher Parrish, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, UK, Consultant Haematologist
Prof. Efstathios Kastritis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Medicine, Greece, Professor of Clinical Therapeutics/Medical Oncology
Dr Jennifer Pinney, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, UK, Consultant Nephrologist
Dr Carol Whelan, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK, Consultant Cardiologist
Prof. Giovanni Palladini, Amyloidosis Research and Treatment Center, University Hospital San Matteo, Pavia, Italy, Acting Director of the Amyloidosis Research and Treatment Center
Prof. Guy Pratt, University Hospitals Birmingham, UK, Consultant Haematologist
Myeloma UK
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Last updated: 22 March 2024
First contributed: 14 June 2023
Audience access level: Full user

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