11 December 2012
Case 1 John is a well-looking 31-year-old man who presents for an insurance medical. With the exception of dipstick urinalysis showing blood ++, his physical examination is unremarkable. He denies macroscopic haematuria, recent trauma or recent respiratory tract infection.
22 November 2012
Seven-year-old Wayne'sÂ uncle was a well-respected man in their small town. As a little boy, Wayne didn't understand he was being 'groomed' by his uncle for sexual abuse -- before it took place under very threatening circumstances.
15 November 2012
AsÂ I write this, my little brother Will is fighting for his life at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney.
08 November 2012
ClaireÂ is a 19-year-old university student who presents to an outpatients clinic because of her mother's concern that she has an eating disorder.
01 November 2012
JenniferÂ is a 65-year-old woman who presents with recurrent episodes of syncope over the past decade. She has had six events in the past 12 months, on a background of having at least 2-3 syncopal episodes each year.
27 October 2012
In this article, we explore how medications can affect not only our waking life, but our dream life as well.
24 October 2012
John is a 70-year-old retired man who presents after a spontaneously resolving episode of ureteric colic. He had one previous episode at age 45 which required surgical intervention. The main constituent of a stone sent for analysis at that time was calcium oxalate.