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Kidney failure

Acute kidney failure (renal failure) or acute kidney injury is when your kidneys suddenly stop working properly. This means that they are unable to remove salt, water and waste products from the bloodstream.

Microtia

Microtia is the medical word to describe a small or absent ear. If you have microtia, you will have had it from birth. It is treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) with cosmetic procedures.

Multiple sclerosis

When young people are told that they have a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) they usually have lots of questions. Some young people may have never heard of the condition and most will never have met anybody else who has this condition. It can be difficult to know where to look for information and how to find answers to their questions.

Non-epileptic seizures (NES)

What are non-epileptic seizures?

Some young people experience periods where they ‘black out’ or lose awareness of their surroundings for a few moments or sometimes a bit longer. Their body may start shaking and they could fall over and hurt themselves. A doctor may at first think that...