Case Report 02 July 2018 Dr Christie Beveridge

What's causing these skin blisters?

Janet, 57, presents with a six-month history of recurrent blisters on the dorsum of her hands and feet. She develops a new blister every few days. The lesions are tender and non-pruritic. She also notes photosensitivity affecting her forearms and décolletage.
sponsored 27 April 2018 Dr Gary Deed

A diabetes dilemma for GPs

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How to Treat 09 March 2018 Dr Erin Sharwood, Professor Jenny Batch
Case Report 28 February 2018 Dr Stuart Aitken

A rare reaction to endocrine therapy

James, a 27-year-old transgender man, presented eagerly for his first injection of testosterone as the endocrine component of his gender transition.  James was not taking any regular medication and had no known allergies.
Case Report 20 February 2018 Dr Darren Vaotuua, Dr Ruth Devin

What's the cause of Judith’s atypical femoral fracture?

Judith, a normally sprightly independent 73-year-old woman, presents initially with a three-month history of constant anterior right thigh ache.
How to Treat 28 April 2017 Dr Naomi Menday Lee
Case Report 11 April 2017 The Lancet

Case Report: A boy with fever, shock and coma

A 12-year-old boy with fever, headache, shock, and coma presents a diagnostic challenge. A previously well 12-year-old boy presented with a one-day history of vomiting, fever, and headache.
How to Treat 31 March 2017 Dr Soulmaz Shorakae, Professor Helena Teede
Clinical Audit 27 March 2017 Australian Doctor Education

Managing Type 2 Diabetes and CV risk

Diabetes approximately doubles the risk for a range of cardiovascular diseases independently of traditional risk factors.
How to Treat 24 March 2017 Professor Leigh Delbridge