Recent advances in understanding of the mechanisms of Parkinson's disease have given sharper focus to management strategies.
Psoriasis is a common skin disease which for most patients tends to run a chronic course.
Double vision and blurred vision are common symptoms of neurological disease since 40% of the brain substance is concerned with the processing of visual information or with eye movements.
Stroke ranks third as leading cause of death.
The periodic exam for the healthy midlife patient (age 45 to 65) includes blood pressure testing, cholesterol screening, bone density and a baseline ECG.
Acute dysuria is extremely common in young women, and is usually due to bacterial cystitis, with or without silent pyelonephritis.