EMJ Neurology 10.1 2022
Welcome to our latest issue of EMJ Neurology, our updates on the latest research and expert insights in the field. Just some of the featured articles include a review of adiposity and neurological disorders, an analysis of sex-related differences in stroke presentation, and a rare case of paediatric NMDAR encephalitis.
EMJ Gastroenterology 11 [Supplement 4] 2022
Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2022 was held both in San Diego, California, USA, and virtually. The meeting featured cutting-edge research and education in the field of gastroenterology, of which eight treatment-related presentations are summarised in this article. Two presentations covered recent patient surveys.
EMJ Diabetes 10 [Supplement 1] 2022
With the incidence of diabetes rising annually across the globe to an estimated 537 million adults, healthcare expenditure is also rising. To gain a wide perspective of diabetes care, EMJ discussed a range of pertinent topics with four international experts.
EMJ Hematology 10.1 2022
Welcome to our latest issue of EMJ Hematology, which brings you quality content on the latest developments in the field and a review of the European Hematology Association (EHA) 2022 Hybrid Congress, with key highlights from the event. Featured articles include a review of the social impact and quality of life for patients with β-thalassaemia, and an article on how helical tomotherapy may be used as a valid and effective treatment for compressive atelectasis due to extramedullary haematopoiesis.
EMJ Rheumatology 9.1 2022
Welcome to our latest issue of EMJ Rheumatology, sharing innovative case studies and research on the latest medical developments in the field. Featured articles include a review of the current understanding of metabolic syndrome, and an article summarising the functions and regulations of Type I interferons in the pathogenesis of Sjögren’s syndrome. The eJournal issue also reviews the fantastic EULAR 2022 Congress, and highlights key takeaway points.
EMJ Oncology 10 [Supplement 9] 2022
This article spotlights interviews EMJ conducted with two leading specialists in multidisciplinary care of patients with cancer: Russell Petty, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee and NHS Tayside, Scotland, UK, and Helmut Popper, Institute of Pathology, Medical University of Graz, Austria.