Dr Michael Sproat uses five hypothetical case studies to explore possible causes of a change in bowel habit and how to diagnose and manage these in primary care
Dr Sonya Jey explains the importance of considering and excluding sinister causes of unintentional weight loss and explores some clinical scenarios in which unintentional weight loss is a feature
Dr James Thambyrajah uses case studies to illustrate four different types of skin lesion and describes how each condition should be managed in primary care
Dr Toni Hazell uses case studies to explore three possible causes of breast pain (mastalgia) and how each condition should be managed in primary care
Dr Jennifer Parkhouse unravels four case studies covering several diagnoses of childhood rashes and explains how each condition should be managed in primary care
Dr Neelima Sibal and Mr Ajai Tyagi present a range of patient case studies that illustrate different causes of red eye and suitable treatment options
Dr Jessica Garner considers some possible causes of chronic cough and describes the tests used to diagnose or eliminate a range of conditions
Dr Simon Somerville considers some possible causes of low back pain and explains that self-management is key to improved quality of life for patients
Dr Neelima Sibal and Dr Pallavi Latthe consider possible causes of pelvic pain in women—is it ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, or something else?
Dr Chris Cooper reflects on a variety of possible causes of breathlessness: asthma, atrial fibrillation, COPD, or something else?
Dr Rebecca Mawson discusses possible causes of a facial rash in adults and how to diagnose on the basis of clinical observations
Dr Alan Begg considers the possible diagnoses of a patient presenting with chest pain: is it angina, indigestion, a heart attack, or a PE?
Dr Steve Brown presents a range of patient case studies that illustrate different causes of a discharging ear and suitable treatment options
Dr Shameen Jaunoo (left) and Mr Robert Sudderick explain what the GP should consider when identifying a case of Bell’s palsy and highlight suitable management and treatment options
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