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Peter Siordet Scolding

Peter Siordet Scolding
Benedictine Hospital, KZN, South Africa · Medicine

MBBS, MA, BSc, DTM&H MRCP

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Education
September 2010 - November 2011
SOAS, University of London
Field of study
  • International Diplomacy & Law
September 2008 - July 2009
University College London
Field of study
  • International Health
October 2006 - July 2013
University College London
Field of study
  • Medicine

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Publications (11)
Conference Paper
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Aims The ‘Fellows Unit’ was set up at NHS England & Improvement during COVID-19’s first wave, consisting of over 20 Clinical Leadership fellows (doctors, dentists and pharmacists) from the Faculty of Medical Leadership & Management. It aimed to become a novel, cohesive, productive team working on clinical and operational policy in a context of high...
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COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge to hospitals and the systems in which they operate. The primary exponential surge of COVID-19 cases is arguably the most devastating event a hospital will face. In some countries, these surges during the initial outbreak of the disease have resulted in hospitals suffering from significant resource strain...
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Nodding syndrome is an uncommon epileptic disorder of childhood onset which appears to occur exclusively in clusters in sub-saharan Africa. It was first reported in the 1960s, in what is now southern Tanzania, then in Liberia, and later in South Sudan and northern Uganda, with both epidemic and endemic patterns described. The cause remains unknown....
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Mycetoma is a neglected tropical disease endemic in tropical and subtropical countries, particularly Sudan. The disease is characterised by the triad of painless subcutaneous mass, multiple sinuses and discharge that contain grains. It is a chronic, debilitating disease most commonly affecting the feet or hands and leads to substantial morbidity, l...
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Mycetoma is a neglected tropical disease endemic in tropical and subtropical countries, particularly Sudan. The disease is characterised by the triad of painless subcutaneous mass, multiple sinuses and discharge that contain grains. It is a chronic, debilitating disease most commonly affecting the feet or hands and leads to substantial morbidity, l...
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This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (Intervention). The objectives are as follows: To assess the effects of drug therapy for mycetoma, including eumycetoma and actinomycetoma.
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The patient is a 40-year-old man who presented to the Mycetoma Research Centre (MRC) in Khartoum, Sudan with a painful left shoulder mass lesion and multiple sinuses discharging purulent discharge and black grains. He experienced increasing pain and loss of shoulder function over 3–4 months, alongside nausea, vomiting, and anorexia. Key Learning Po...
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Key Learning Points • Mycetoma is a badly neglected tropical disease. • The external appearance of mycetoma is always deceiving. • Shoulder mycetoma is rare but has serious sequelae. • The differential diagnosis in this patient includes septic or tuberculous arthritis, cutaneous tuberculosis, or neoplasia. • Accurate and timely diagnosis is crucia...

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Projects (2)
Project
To evaluate the evidence for current treatments in actinomycetoma and eumycetoma
Archived project
diagnosis, treatment and epidemiology