Case Outcome

The patient was anti-coagulated with low molecular weight heparin and then warfarin. He was also commenced on a reducing course of prednisolone. Symptoms and signs resolved within two weeks,

A 40 year old previously fit bank executive of Cypriot origin presented to the acute medical take with insidious onset frontal and vertex headaches with features suggesting raised intracranial pressure.

Case Outcome

The patient was initially commenced on intravenous antibiotics, aspirin, clopidogrel and low molecular weight heparin (LMWH) for a putative diagnosis of community acquired pneumonia complicated

58 year old policeman presented with a 4 week history of cough, haemoptysis, exertional dyspnoea, ear discomfort and sore throat. He was previously healthy and taking no regular medications. He was