When do muscle pain and cramps indicate a serious underlying muscle or systemic disorder?
Iron deficiency is a common nutrient deficiency in infants and young children that can usually be treated with iron supplements and diet modification.
General practitioners can minimise the risk of iatrogenic infection.
Each month we present authoritative advice on the investigation of a common clinical problem, specially written for family doctors by the Board of Continuing Medical Education of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
A man has recurrent hypopigmented lesions on his trunk.
Coelic disease does not always present in a skinny child with a potbelly and diarrhoea.
Deposition of iron in the body can cause a range of problems and lead to irreversible damage.