To date there are still no ï¿½curesï¿½ or modalities to reverse osteoarthritis, but numerous nonpharmacological and pharmacological interventions have been shown to improve affected patientsï¿½ pain, function and quality of life.
Providing accurate information greatly helps patients come to terms with a diagnosis of hepatitis C. Current treatment produces a cure in about half of those infected with the hepatitis C virus.
In addition to atopic dermatitis, numerous other endogenous and exogenous dermatoses are seen in prepubertal children.
A woman considering starting or stopping HT is likely to have many questions to ask of her GP.
With a careful history and simple examination, a family doctor can diagnose this painful blinding condition and initiate early treatment and referral.
Some athletes appear to sustain more than their fair share of respiratory illness, although the reasons remain unclear. How should such patients be managed?