The DFTB Podcast: Rheumatic Fever

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Rheumatic Fever is one of those conditions that all good paediatric trainees diligently learn about and then promptly never see for 10 years. Unless of course you happen to live and work in the Northern Territory of Australia. In this episode of the podcast we talk to Dr Claire Chandler, a paediatric registrar in Alice Springs, about the clinical features and management of Rheumatic Fever and why, in her practice and population, she sees at least a couple of cases of the condition every week.

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