Case Report 14 May 2019 Dr David Bossingham

A severe drop in antibodies points to a rare syndrome

Fred, 76, a retired railway worker, has led a very active life. He is a non-smoker and non-drinker who lives with his wife. As a young man he worked as a plumber’s mate and was exposed to blue asbestos.
How to Treat 18 April 2019 Dr James Yeung, Dr John Gibson
Therapy Update 09 April 2019 Dr Amy Nisselle, Taryn Charles, Kate Dunlop, Professor Jon Emery

A GP's guide to genetic and genomic testing

Genomics is a fast-paced and exciting field of medicine. This article summarises a range of genetic and genomic tests that GPs are likely to encounter in practice.
Therapy Update 07 March 2019 Dr Lucinda Berglund

A GP's guide to common variable immunodeficiency

Common variable immunodeficiency refers to a heterogeneous group of disorders manifesting as recurrent infections with low serum immunoglobulins and poor specific antibody production.
Picture Quiz 21 February 2019 Dr Ash Chehata

A dangerous elbow lump

Darla is a 16-year-old who presents with a lump over the lateral aspect of her left elbow. Each week, How to Treat publishes a clinical picture quiz. The quiz has no CPD points attached, it's just for fun.