Picture Quiz 13 December 2018 Professor Dedee Murrell

First the itch, then the crusting

A 44-year-old woman presents with a six-month history of a pruritic rash affecting the chest, trunk and post auricular area bilaterally. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
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How to distinguish hayfever from a cold

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Category 2 26 October 2018 Australian Doctor Education

Spot the signs of cow’s milk allergy

A distressed child with vague gastrointestinal, skin or respiratory symptoms is a living nightmare for parents and a diagnostic challenge for GPs. Is the cause of distress due to cow’s milk allergy (CMA) or something else?
How to Treat 19 October 2018 Dr Anil Asthana, Dr Nik Ding, Dr Ray Boyapati
Therapy Update 11 September 2018 Professor Dedee Murrell, Dr Asli Bilgic Temel

Deciphering the myriad symptoms of Behcet's disease

Behcet's disease is characterised by systemic vasculitis affecting both veins and arteries of various sizes. It is a multigenetic inflammatory disorder of unknown aetiology.
Picture Quiz 20 June 2018 Dr Tami Yap

Is it plaque-related or desquamative gingivitis?

Nya is a 23-year-old student concerned about pain and bleeding from her gums for the past seven months. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
Case Report 23 April 2018 Dr David Bossingham

Muscle pains and a mystery rash

Michael is a 17-year-old student who presents with his mother. Michael is shy, quiet, monosyllabic and submissive.
Case Report 13 March 2018 Dr David Bossingham

Could it be Still's?

Veronica, a 42-year-old equestrian centre owner, attends with a fever with associated lethargy, anorexia and some weight loss all over the preceding two weeks.
Therapy Update 09 March 2018 Dr David Bossingham

Magic bullets - the biologics revolution

Immunotherapies are pervading many corners of medicine and there will be many more to come. These biologics typically have unpronounceable names, unintelligible modes of action, cost a lot of money and lead many to espouse the miracles they can achieve.
Picture Quiz 07 March 2018 Professor Dedee Murrell

George presents with painful ulcers, erosions and blisters

George, a 50-year-old man, initially presented with intraoral ulcerations, erosions on his scalp and blisters on his face. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.