Picture Quiz 14 June 2017 Professor Dedee Murrell

Something on her eye

An 82-year-old Caucasian female presents with a two-week history of a verrucous and papular lesion on her lower eyelid. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.
How to Treat 09 June 2017 Associate Professor Paul McMurrick, Associate Professor Gary Richardson, Dr Raymond Yap
How to Treat 02 June 2017 Associate Professor Paul McMurrick, Associate Professor Gary Richardson, Dr Raymond Yap
Case Report 09 May 2017 Dr Sam Saidi, Dr Veronica Lim

Case Report: Minimally invasive surgery for fibroids

Case one A 59-year-old postmenopausal woman is referred to the gynaecological oncology department for enlarging fibroids.
Case Report 04 April 2017 Dr Daniel Xu

When VTE is a sign of cancer

Lena is 37-year-old research scientist from China, whose initial presentation was for severe PV bleeding. She presented to the local women’s hospital for investigation and management of severe anaemia.
Therapy Update 28 March 2017 Dr Terri Foran

Contraception and cancer risk

What effect do women’s contraceptive choices have on their cancer risk? And what options are advisable for those diagnosed with cancer? When it comes to discussing contraceptive options and cancer, there are two important issues.
Picture Quiz 08 March 2017 Associate Professor Stephen Shumack

A pink and painless lesion

On auscultating a patient's chest, a large, raised, lesion is noticed above his right scapula. Take the quiz:
How to Treat 21 October 2016 Dr Daniel Lee, Associate Professor Guy Hingston, Lucinda Hossack, Dr Karley Heyworth
How to Treat 07 October 2016 Dr Sabashini Ramchand, Dr Mathis Grossmann
Therapy Update 08 September 2016 Dr Lesley Andrews

What’s changed in 20 years of testing for familial cancer?

Twenty years ago, when BRCA1, BRCA2 and a number of other cancer predisposition genes were identified, the cause of most cancers was considered ‘hereditary' or ‘sporadic'.