Urinary tract infections occur commonly in the elderly, particularly the frail elderly, and can present typically or atypically.
Prompt and appropriate is crucial in the management of anaphylaxis.
Febrile convulsions are common in young children. Most are benign and do not require drug treatment.
Flootfoot occurring in middle age is usually due to stretching or rupture of the tibialis posterior tendon.
The ECG is an integral part of the cardiovascular examination.
The rising rate of litigation against doctors continues.
A 33-year-old woman presents with recurrent painful episodes of swelling of the pinnae.
Von Hippel-Lindau disease is a hereditary condition that usually presents in early adulthood with visual or neurological symptoms.