Disorder Case Study You are required to produce one disorder case study report for this unit. This should be 2500, ¤ 250 words excluding references. Case studies outside this word limited will be penalized with 5 point off the mark. This must be word processed and fully referenced in the Harvard System of referencing (ie author/date system). Further guidance is provided below. Topics will be chosen via Moodle. Please Note: Numbers for each topic are limited. Once the maximum number of students have chosen a topic, that topic will not be available and you will have to select an alternative topic. Once you have selected your topic this cannot be altered. A mark will only be released if you submit the topic you selected. By this stage of your studies, you are expected to be an independent learner. You should be fully aware of what constitutes plagiarism, and the penalties for plagiarising your work. A requirement of the disorder case study report is that you put your work through Turn-It-In and generate an originality report. This originality report should be submitted only ONCE for your final document and MUST be submitted with your case study. If you do not submit an originality report your work will be given a mark of 0%. Guidance on how to use Turn-It-In to generate the originality report will be given on Moodle. You have only one opportunity to generate the report ie if the report suggests that your work is not original, you cannot alter your work and generate a further report. Please ensure you leave sufficient time to utilise Turn It In before submission is due. Case Study Guidelines Please refer also to the mark sheet, available on Moodle. aetiology: describe the specific disorder and the biological basis of its cause of origin all aspects of pathogenesis: discuss the development/progression of the disease in the patient and the symptoms displayed epidemiological aspects: include mode of transmission within the population strategy and methods used to establish its presence in a clinical context: relate the methods used to laboratory disciplines i.e. microbiological, haematological, histopathological, biochemical etc progression and monitoring: discuss the role of the laboratory in investigating abnormalities resulting from the disease process treatment/prevention: drug effects may be considered if relevant future research: how may current and future research help to elucidate the mechanisms behind the disorder and new treatment/prevention strategies. support all your comments by reference to relevant literature. Bibliographic references must be cited using Harvard referencing Marks will be awarded for presentation, inter-disciplinary approach and critical discussion of exemplary patient results where relevant.