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Microcytosis is commonly due to thalassaemia and iron deficiency. The diagnosis of thalassaemia in asymptomatic individuals is generally of no consequence to the patient but may have
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The most common cause of salivary gland inflammation is sialolithiasis. Stasis, duct obstruction and chronic inflammation is thought to lead to sialolithiasis. Bilateral salivary gland
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The GP has a key role in optimising the health, function and well-being of children and adults with cerebral palsy; attention to family functioning and carer health is an important part
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There is an increasing incidence of non-cervical HPV-related cancer. HPV-16 and -18 strains are most prevalent in HPV-related cancers. Risk factors include certain sexual behaviours
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Hepatitis C is the most common bloodborne infection. Chronic hepatitis C infection can lead to cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). There are high-risk groups for exposure and
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Driving is a complex task requiring the integration of sensory, motor and cognitive functions. The assessment of an individual for licensing requirements includes a detailed medical
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Exclusive breastmilk feeding is recommended for the first six months of life and is continued until at least 12 months of age in conjunction with transition to solids. The only suitable
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