The close association between asthma and allergies is particularly notable in early life.
Information about viral hepatitis is changing rapidly and can seem confusing if not applied to the clinical context.
The natural history of HIV infection and AIDS is characterized by a progressive decline in immune function.
This is a prospective, double-blind study of 288 healthy infants born at term, at high risk of developing allergy.
The Inactivated influenza virus vaccines used today have changed little in the last 25 years.
Acute renal colic is a common presentation to general practitioners and casualty doctors.
Perinala haematoma is a common and unpleasant condition.
Emergencies can spring up at any time.
A 33-year-old woman presents with a 12-month history of extending alopecia.