Improving the Diagnosis of Under-Recognized and Rare Diseases in Asians
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Rare diseases have a low prevalence but are collectively common. They are often underrecognized and patients can face delays in diagnosis or misdiagnosis.Â Linda Geng, MD, PhD, will review rare diseases as they relate to Asian health and strategies to improve diagnosis of these under-recognized conditions.
Linda Geng, MD, PhD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine whose clinical focuses include diagnostic medicine, undiagnosed diseases and medical mysteries, rare disorders, post-acute COVID-19 syndrome (long COVID), and internal medicine. She is theÂ Co-Director of Stanfordâ??s Consultative Medicine Clinic and Co-Director of Stanfordâ??s Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome Clinic.
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