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Autism is a specific delay in emotional/social development. It occurs in one in 70, with a male to female ratio of 3:1. DSM-5's tighter criteria specify two dimensions: delay in
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Chronic rhinosinusitis, while common, is characterised by many non-specific symptoms which are also present in other common conditions. Current treatment paradigms focus on treating
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Access to diagnosis, monitoring and treatment for Australia’s 220,000 people with chronic hepatitis B (CHB) is unacceptably low. Offer testing to all people born overseas in endemic
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Haemorrhoids are pathological only when symptoms are present. Common symptoms include discomfort, swelling/lump, perianal itch, bleeding and soiling. Pain is uncommon unless there is an
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Blood donations can be either whole blood or apheresis donation, where only a component of blood is removed. Whole blood is separated into various components for use. Investigate
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ADHD is common, with an Australian prevalence rate of around 5%. Girls are diagnosed less often than boys and may be missed as they have fewer hyperactivity symptoms. Adolescent girls
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Improvements in early detection and management of congenital heart disease (CHD) have increased the number of infants surviving into adulthood. More than 2400 infants are born with CHD
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