Knowledge of the characteristic time course of the symptoms of an attack of multiple sclerosis allows the GP to suspect a first attack.
Syncope is a common and serious diagnostic dilemma.
The investigation and management of a patient presenting with chest pain are guided by the probability of the patient having significant coronary artery disease.
Ocular problems occur frequently in the over 50-year-old population and are often associated with the ageing process.
Pharmacotherapy is the centrepiece of management for bipolar disorder.
With sufficient training and expertise, clinicians can use dermoscopy to improve diagnostic accuracy for melanocytic lesions and other common skin tumours.
Allergic diseases are among the most common diseases for which patients seek assistance from alternative medications.