Reducing elevated systolic blood pressure, irrespective of diastolic pressure, substantially reduces the risk of stroke.
The recurrence of soft tissue injuries can be minimised by finding the precipitating cause, and adequately stretching and strengthening the involved structure before returning to the offending activity.
It is of ton assumed that a patient presenting with a fever should be treated, regardless of the presence or absence of any other symptoms.
Swimmer's ear (acute diffuse otitis external) is usually easy to diagnose.
The eye is particularly susceptible to allergic disorders, and the allergic reaction usually makes itself visibly and uncomfortably obvious.
A man presents with three annular lesions that have central areas of diminished sensation.
About 20% of people suffer from allergic rhinitis.