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Read this article | Ankle Instability

Reference: HJCTY

Article

Excerpt

Mr Simon Moyes examines the common condition of ankle instability

Area

Foot and Ankle

Contributor

 Mr Simon Moyes


Read this article | Dupuytren's Disease

Reference: RNS44

Article

Excerpt

Dupuytren's Disease is a common hand condition that predominantly affects middle-aged to elderly male patients. It has a range of presentations from a painless nodule in the palm of the hand to a debilitating progressive flexion contracture of the digits.

Area

Hand and Wrist

Contributor

 Mr Neil Toft


Read this article | Hip Arthroscopy Evolution

Reference: 74BZJ

Article

Excerpt

Femoroacetabular Impingement and Hip Arthroscopy

Area

Hip

Contributor

 Professor Ernest  Schilders


Read this article | Sudden Hearing Loss

Reference: 9F7VM

Article

Excerpt

A 25 year old man presents to your surgery, having woken unable to hear in his right ear. He had slight viral symptoms a few days ago, but no history of previous hearing loss or ear related problems. 

Area

ENT

Contributor

 Mr Elliot Benjamin


Read this article | The da Vinci Si Robot

Reference: 3Y2SG

Article

Excerpt

With the growing benefits of robotic surgery broadly documented and the increase of its use worldwide – The Wellington Hospital has recently acquired the da Vinci Robot. 

Area

General Surgery

Contributor

     Practice Matters


Read this article | Thyroid Disease in a Nutshell

Reference: YCF39

Article

Excerpt

Disorders of the thyroid are very common Dr Asjid Qureshi summarises some key points for primary health care workers:

Area

Endocrinology

Contributor

 Dr Asjid Qureshi


Read this article | When to Refer to the Electrophysiologist?

Reference: PFYVW

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Excerpt

The 12 lead ECG is (nearly always) essential.

Area

Cardiology

Contributor

 Dr Sabine Ernst


Read this article | Why is my Patient Breathless?

Reference: 6D6F5

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Excerpt

Breathlessness is a common symptom in primary care; most causes can be diagnosed from clinical examination and some simple tests. 

Area

Cardiology

Contributor

 Dr Clive Handler


Issue
Number:
4
Title:
Hip Arthroscopy
Published:
December 2010
Cover:
Virtual Magazine
 
 
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