How to Treat

GPs are often consulted in the months leading up to a patient's suicide attempt - even for non-mental health reasons. Evidence-based psychological and pharmacological GP management of
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Acquired bleeding disorders are common, and in most patients, the cause can be determined based on history and examination. Thrombocytopaenia may occasionally be detected incidentally on
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Inherited bleeding disorders may occur because of deficiencies in coagulation or platelet function, or from disorders of vascular anatomy or soft tissue. Clinical suspicion and careful
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians have one of the world's highest rates of acute rheumatic fever. Refugees and Pacific Islanders are also at high risk. Different
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PTSD is a common mental disorder in both military and veteran populations. Prevalence is generally higher among discharged veterans than active-duty military and the civilian community.
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The most commonly seen tick-bite-induced allergies are mammalian meat allergy (MMA) and tick anaphylaxis. Tick anaphylaxis, an immediate IgE-mediated condition, is diagnosed clinically
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Earlier detection of hearing loss and subsequent intervention improves outcomes, particularly in younger children, as hearing loss affects language and cognitive development, behaviour,
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