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Debunking common complementary theories

Debunking common complementary theories

In the search for relief from their conditions, some patients venture far down the path of alternative medicine.

Case Study: Time to untwist an adnexal torsion

Case Study: Time to untwist an adnexal torsion

There are two acute time-points that are important in the management of an adnexal torsion.

Balancing oral medicine for clots and bleeds

Balancing oral medicine for clots and bleeds

If the balance between clot formation and clot lysis is disturbed, the physiological clot can turn into a pathological thrombus.

Case Study: Pinpointing a diagnosis for a patient with parkinsonism

Case Study: Pinpointing a diagnosis for a patient with parkinsonism

Slowing gait and failing vision point to a more sinister condition.

Backlog bungle: 15,000 provider numbers delayed

Backlog bungle: 15,000 provider numbers delayed

11 February, 2016 | 0

Medicare is apparently struggling to clear a backlog of 15,000 provider number applications from doctors across Australia.

Debunking common complementary theories

Debunking common complementary theories

11 February, 2016 | 0

In the search for relief from their conditions, some patients venture far down the path of alternative medicine.

Women aren't responsible for endometriosis, nor should they be expected to cure themselves

Women aren't responsible for endometriosis, nor should they be expected to cure themselves

11 February, 2016 | 0

Endometriosis is a neglected, gendered and politicised disease that needs to be taken more seriously.

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