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Sequencing a broader range of genes along with intronic and intergenic regions, with greater sensitivity for structural variation could be expected to “greatly improve the diagnostic rate, but the gains in this domain appear relatively muted,” wrote editorialists led by Dr. E Ashley. The findings of this study are intriguing, particularly the yield from “interrogating deep intronic variants…” and demonstrate the “potential incremental value of genome sequencing” in HCM, but there are several challenges remaining before this technology can be deployed. MORE

Advances in Molecular Pathology provides readers with an in-depth review of the latest clinical advancements in seven subspecialty areas, which are Genetics, Hematopathology, Infectious Disease, Pharmacogenomics, Informatics, Solid Tumors, and Identity/HLA. MORE

Simulation in Acute Neurology is the very first book on simulating acute and potentially life threatening neurologic diseases in a simulation center. This book emerges from our newly established program training residents and fellows of all stripes who generally have little experience in managing these quickly overwhelming disorders. The book is based on the major premise that it matters less if the neurology part is played well or appears real on a manikin. MORE

Elsevier author, Dr. Nilam Soni donated copies of his book to the Alma Mater Hospital in Gros Morne, Haiti for use in their point-of-care ultrasound training program. The average life expectancy in Haiti is only 44 years, as most Haitians lack access to proper medical care and many providers lack the necessary resources to make proper diagnoses. MORE

The 2018 BMA Medical Book Awards took place September 4th at the British Medical Association’s headquarters in London. 670 titles spanning 20 categories were evaluated by doctors and medical educators for their applicability to audience, production quality and originality. MORE