Synonyms for allgrove or Related words with allgrove

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Examples of "allgrove"
In 1978 Allgrove and colleagues discovered Triple A syndrome which is named Allgrove Syndrome after him.
Mutations in the AAAS gene are responsible for Triple A syndrome (also known as Allgrove Syndrome).
Allgrove studied medicine at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, qualifying in 1973.
Triple-A syndrome (AAA), also known as Achalasia-Addisonianism-Alacrima syndrome or Allgrove syndrome, is a rare autosomal recessive congenital disorder. In most cases, there is no family history of it. The syndrome was discovered by Jeremy Allgrove and colleagues in 1978. Triple A stands for achalasia-addisonianism-alacrima syndrome. Alacrima is usually the earliest manifestation. It is a progressive disorder that can take years to develop the full blown clinical picture.
Jeremy Allgrove is a consultant paediatric endocrinologist specialising in paediatric diabetes at Barts and The London NHS Trust. He is the representative of The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) on the Diabetes Dataset Advisory Group (for England).
All causes in this category are genetic, and generally very rare. These include mutations to the "SF1" transcription factor, congenital adrenal hypoplasia due to "DAX-1" gene mutations and mutations to the ACTH receptor gene (or related genes, such as in the Triple A or Allgrove syndrome). "DAX-1" mutations may cluster in a syndrome with glycerol kinase deficiency with a number of other symptoms when "DAX-1" is deleted together with a number of other genes.
All causes in this category are genetic, and generally very rare. These include mutations to the "SF1" transcription factor, congenital adrenal hypoplasia due to "DAX-1" gene mutations and mutations to the ACTH receptor gene (or related genes, such as in the Triple A or Allgrove syndrome). "DAX-1" mutations may cluster in a syndrome with glycerol kinase deficiency with a number of other symptoms when "DAX-1" is deleted together with a number of other genes.
In 2012, Baker McKenzie helped overturn Paul Chambers’ conviction under the Communications Act of 2003 (the Twitter Joke Trial) for tweeting a "message of a menacing character." Chambers, an accountant, had tweeted a "silly joke" about "blowing up the Robin Hood airport in South Yorkshire." The team advising on his appeal was led by Preiskel & Co's David Allen Green, John Cooper QC of 25 Bedford Row and Sarah Przybylska of 2 Hare Court. The Baker McKenzie team, which acted on the case pro bono from 2010, included partners Harry Small, Tom Cassels and Ben Allgrove.
Achalasia is an idiopathic motility disorder characterized by failure of lower esophageal sphincter (LES) relaxation as well as loss of peristalsis in the distal esophagus, which is mostly smooth muscle. Both of these features impair the ability of the esophagus to empty contents into the stomach. Patients usually complain of dysphagia to both solids and liquids. Dysphagia to liquids, in particular, is a characteristic of achalasia. Other symptoms of achalasia include regurgitation, night coughing, chest pain, weight loss, and heartburn. The combination of achalasia, adrenal insufficiency, and alacrima (lack of tear production) in children is known as the triple A (Allgrove) syndrome. In most cases the cause is unknown (idiopathic), but in some regions of the world, achalasia can also be caused by Chagas disease due to infection by "Trypanosoma cruzi".