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Clinical Case 131: the Latent Lover’s Headache

Hi there.  Just back from a great break in beautiful Vanuatu.  Seriously amazing place to visit and explore.  The beauty: death ratio is in balance! I have a case for you today which has come up a few times recently.  It is certainly something that does occur in the ED, but most GPs deal with […]

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Clinical Case 129: A SMACC in the Head (ache)

HI ALL I need a little help with writing my talk for SMACC in Dublin this June – it is all about diagnosis in the ED. So I want to present a simple case to you here…  and I want you to answer it honestly, without referring to any papers – I am after your […]

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Clinical Case 128: Northern Knee Nasty

OK, team.  This is a bit of a teaser for my SMACC Dublin talk “On How I Do Diagnostics”.  I won’t be giving too much away, but wanted to share a bit of local flavour when it comes to diagnosing a relatively common problem.  Acute monoarthritis of the knee…. Lets do a case. Jimmy is […]

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Own the Patient (Clinical Case 126)

It is January – so in Australia that means it is the time of year when all of the junior doctors in the country rotate into new jobs, hospitals and towns.  Here in Broome we have taken on a brand new cohort of super-smart residents [and welcomed back some old faces]. Inspired by some discussions […]

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Clinical Case 123: How we do SVT Better

This case is inspired by a recent Twitter chat involving Seth Trueger, Chris Hicks, myself and the eternal opposition -Dr le Cong. There were others involved – thanks for joining the conversation to prove Minh wrong 🙂 So here is the case: Barry is a 27 yo bloke who has never had a sick day […]