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.
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
Picture Quiz 01 February 2017 Professor Dedee Murrell

A tight, swollen red leg

An obese 68-year-old woman presented with a six-month history of left lower leg oedema and erythema. Related Case Report: Back on her feet Take the quiz:
How to Treat 27 January 2017 Dr Angela Lee, Professor Stephen Twigg
How to Treat 07 October 2016 Dr Sabashini Ramchand, Dr Mathis Grossmann
Therapy Update 11 August 2016 Dr Shao Feng Mok, Professor David Handelsman

Androgen misuse is now mainstream — how do you manage it?

Once confined to the realm of professional athletes, androgen misuse has become mainstream.
Therapy Update 04 August 2016 Dr Nicholas Russell, Dr Mathis Grossmann

Assessing body water balance in the elderly: Part two

This is the second part of a two-part series on hyponatraemia, focusing on GP management of the condition. Hyponatraemia is a common occurrence in general practice. It is found in one in five elderly nursing home patients and about one in 12 patients in primary care.
Therapy Update 28 July 2016 Dr Nicholas Russell, Dr Mathis Grossmann

Assessing body water balance in the elderly: Part one

This is the first article in a two-part series on hyponatraemia, focusing on evaluation of the condition.
Therapy Update 21 July 2016 Dr Christopher Strakosch

A ‘natural’ thyroid therapy still finds favour with patients

An older, ‘natural’ thyroid treatment still finds favour with some patients, but is it safe?