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Abstract Myasthenia gravis was first described 300 years ago, but today is one of the most well characterised autoimmune diseases. Whilst its prognosis was previously grave, cholinergic and immunomodulatory
Abstract Upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage remains a common medical emergency with significant mortality. Management depends on appropriate and timely resuscitation, therapeutic endoscopy and surgery.
The treatment of atrial fibrillation is perceived to be complex due to its varied clinical presentations and numerous potential therapeutic options. Our article aims to provide the physician with a
The fifth meeting of the Society for Acute Medicine took place on the 15th and 16th April of this year, hosted by Dr Paul Jenkins and Dr Rob Mallinson in Norwich. The education centre of the new Norfolk
A view from the dark side… “How to… persuade a grumpy radiologist to help in the investigation of your acute patient”
The pressure of acute admissions continues to place a great strain on those staff fighting on the front line. I stand in awe of those with enthusiasm for the battle but am occasionally aware of grumbles
Abstract A 52 year old patient, originally thought to have musculoskeletal chest pain was found to have features consistent with infective pleurisy on initial blood tests and chest x-ray, with a negative