A 6-year-old boy presents having pushed a small stone into his ear.
Arthritis in the elderly is a common presenting problem for the GP, for whom management may pose several problems.
The presence of glycosuria in an asymptomatic individual may or may not mean that that individual has diabetes mellitus, and confirmation or exclusion of this diagnosis is required.
Syncope is the sudden transient loss of consciousness and postural tone.
Heart foundations and other advisory groups have made recommendations concerning the diet of the general population in order to improve health and reduce the risks of coronary heart disease.
A 32-year old woman presents with multiple keratotic nodules on her feet and hands.
A 23-year-old man presented with blurred patches in the visual fields of both eyes.
Herpes zoster (shingles) is a common disorder.