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A transient ischaemic attack (TIA) is a warning syndrome for potential stroke and warrants rapid assessment. Unilateral weakness, dysphasia, and dysarthria are high-risk symptoms, but
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The role of cardiac catheter intervention in the management of paediatric congenital heart defects (CHD) has changed dramatically over the past 60 years, evolving from a diagnostic
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Hirsutism is defined as excessive hair growth of terminal hairs in androgen-dependent areas in females and can indicate hyperandrogenism. Hirsutism is primary (idiopathic) in around 80%
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Transthoracic echo is a key investigation in suspected cardiac disease, especially for classification and guidance of therapy in heart failure. Use appropriate guidelines to determine
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ADG talks to Dr Kerry Hancock about the challenges and opportunities in management

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Circadian disruptors increase the risk of developing chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and disproportionately impact lower socioeconomic groups.
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Counselling is imperative so that all invested parties are informed of the risks and responsibilities associated with donor conception. Donor assisted conception is becoming increasingly
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Around one in two adults with type 2 diabetes will have chronic kidney disease (CKD). Screening undertaken in all people with type 2 diabetes at least annually can identify patients with
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