Case Report 19 June 2018 Dr Margie Danchin

A timely reminder of the severe complications of influenza

Aubrey, a three-year-old girl, presented to a paediatric emergency department with a five-day history of fever, coryzal symptoms and lethargy. She had a past history of failure to thrive and was up-to-date with her routine childhood immunisations.
How to Treat 01 June 2018 Dr Katherine Grellman, Kasia Marciszewski, Dr Tom Cross
Picture Quiz 01 May 2018 Dr Johnny Wong

What are the red flags for cerebral aneurysm?

Wendy is a 40-year-old mother of two who presents following two episodes of syncope and a longstanding background of migraines. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
Therapy Update 19 October 2017 Professor John Christodoulou

Advances in mitochondrial disease

In 2011, Australian Doctor published a How to Treat article on mitochondrial disease.1
How to Treat 11 August 2017 Professor Dominic Thyagarajan
Student Quiz 11 August 2017 Dr Claire Berman

MCQ: Tremor

Please note, these MCQs are not linked to GP's CPD points. For the CPD-accredited quiz, please read the How to Treat article.
How to Treat 19 May 2017 Professor Peter Procopis
Case Report 14 March 2017 Dr Tram Bui, Dr Ana Llado, Dr Kate Scrivener

Case Report: Why is she falling?

A previously mobile woman experiences increasing falls and spasms after her stroke. Helen, aged 74, presents with a six-month history of progressive decline in mobility and frequent falls.
How to Treat 17 February 2017 Professor Simon Broadley, Dr Andrew Swayne
Case Report 24 January 2017 Dr Penny Gosling

The patient with worsening migraines

Alison is a 43-year-old woman who presented with increasing frequency of her classical migraine. She reported migraines on four of the preceding five days, with a baseline frequency of 2-3 migraines a year.