Case Report 10 March 2015 Dr Daniel Chen

PPIs and hypomagnesemia

Bernard is a 77-year-old male who reports several months' history of leg cramps and numbness involving his fingers.
Case Report 03 February 2015 Dr Devora Lieberman

Why can’t Rita get pregnant?

Rita, a 34-year-old nulligravida, presents with her husband, Stewart, for investigation of a 13-month history of primary infertility.
Therapy Update 21 October 2014 Dr Richard Mendelson

Thyroid nodule knowledge

There are plenty of factors to consider when evaluating and managing thyroid nodules.
Therapy Update 29 May 2014 Professor Nick Zwar

How to advise patients on managing diabetes during travel

People with diabetes are travelling more than even before. In the US, the number has been estimated at about three million travellers per year.1
Case Report 11 March 2014 Dr Lisa Simmons

Investigating hypercalcaemia

Greg, a 42-year-old accountant, was referred for investigation of an isolated elevated calcium serum level found on routine testing.
Case Report 22 October 2013 Dr Lisa Simmons

Neck deep

Alice, a 54-year-old teacher, presents with a rapidly enlarging, palpable nodule in her neck, which was first noted six months prior to her presentation.
Case Report 25 June 2013 Dr Lisa Simmons

Worrying wait

Mandy is a 28-year-old finance manager who presents to her GP with a six-month history of amenorrhoea. She does not smoke and drinks alcohol socially.
Case Report 20 March 2013 Dr Lisa Simmons

Disease causes grave concern

Jane, a 34-year-old lawyer, presents following an 8kg weight loss over the past 12 weeks despite an increased appetite.
Therapy Update 01 May 2012 Dr Terri Foran

Managing polycystic ovary syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disturbance affecting women and the most common cause of anovulatory infertility in the Australian population.