Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 1 – 44 (2005)
Abstract Patients with abdominal pain are most frequently referred to the on-call surgical team, but there are occasions when physicians may be required to assess, investigate or treat such patients.
The MRI images (see page 27) show lobulated meningeal thickening along the medial aspect of the right middle cranial fossa extending into sylvian fissure, suprasellar cistern, interpenduncular cistern
Abstract Acute Assessment Units (AAUs) have been developed to meet the demand for emergency care. Traditionally, AAUs have been an admission route to secondary care but the role is now evolving to assessment….
Abstract Cellulitis of the lower limb is a common presentation in patients with diabetes. We report a case illustrating how Charcot neuropathy can be overlooked because of its resemblance to cellulitis….
Abstract Non-invasive ventilation has become an increasingly utilised tool for the treatment of acute respiratory failure. Potential benefits include a decreased incidence of intubation, duration of
Abstract The acute management of the patient presenting with a broad complex tachycardia is a daunting clinical challenge. A broad complex tachycardia may be ventricular or supraventricular in origin