Wheezing is extremely common in infancy.
A thorough knowledge of the nerve roots of the limbs is essential in the assessment of many medical and surgical conditions.
It has been estimated that at least 30% of all women, especially those over 35 years of age, have fibroids, and of these women, 80% are asymptomatic.
Irish lecturer Dr Clare B Nourse comments on the impact that the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) has had on childhood illness, its prevalence, epidemiology and clinical features and the options available for prevention and treatment.
Support strapping or taping 19 frequently used as a preventive measure when joint ligaments may be overloaded in high risk situations.
Diseases of the skin with oral manifestations.
Here we present authoritative advice on the investigation of a common clinical problem.
Weight gain after smoking cessation is very difficult to prevent and can undermine many quit attempts.
Postural anomalies in children often are present because of the way that the children were packaged in the uterus.
Here we present a clinical problem encountered in general practice together with a commentary from an expert in the field.
A 54-year-old man presented with a symmetrical small red papule on his thigh.
Intraocular lymphoma is a rare condition, usually presenting with the rather nonspecific symptoms of gradual visual loss and vitreous 'floatersï¿½.