Hugh is a 44-year-old unemployed man with a childhood history of absence (petit mal) seizures.
Burn injuries are common in the paediatric population, and are associated with significant morbidity and mortality.1
An 18-year-old female presents with three days of a red and painful right eye, with reduced vision and light sensitivity.
Clarrie is a 21-year-old working full-time as a receptionist. She presents with pain in her hands and fingers bilaterally, which has been worsening over the past week.
A 17-year-old Caucasian boy presents with small white papules on his back. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz.
Deciding when to order brain imaging in general practice should, in theory, be relatively straightforward: most current guidelines rely on the identification of ‘red flags’, that are
Wernicke’s encephalopathy is an underrecognised and undertreated acute neurological condition.