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By John Rees, James Pattison, Gwyn Williams

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This article covers center fabric in medical drugs. overlaying the key structures in 15 sections, each one part comprises 8 circumstances. those circumstances replicate these which scholars and apartment officials will meet in outpatients and normal perform. hide; e-book name; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; part 1: Systems-related situations; part 2: basic self-assessment circumstances; Index

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By John Rees, James Pattison, Gwyn Williams

ISBN-10: 0340926597

ISBN-13: 9780340926598

ISBN-10: 1444113623

ISBN-13: 9781444113624

This article covers center fabric in medical drugs. overlaying the key structures in 15 sections, each one part comprises 8 circumstances. those circumstances replicate these which scholars and apartment officials will meet in outpatients and normal perform. hide; e-book name; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; part 1: Systems-related situations; part 2: basic self-assessment circumstances; Index

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Smoking is a risk factor for carcinoma of the colon. KEY POINTS • Carcinoma of the colon can present with few or no symptoms or signs in the gastrointestinal tract. • Carcinoma of the colon must be considered as a cause of iron-deficient anaemia. 18 LIVER CASE 7: NAUSEA AND WEIGHT LOSS History A man of 45 consults his general practitioner (GP) with a 6-month history of reduced appetite and weight loss, from 78 to 71 kg. During the last 3 months he has had intermittent nausea, especially in the mornings, and in the last 3 months the morning nausea has been accompanied by vomiting on several occasions.

In a patient with a history of ureteric colic, failure to demonstrate stone(s) in the urinary tract does not exclude nephrolothiasis. 32 NEUROLOGY CASE 13: A WEAK HAND History A 67-year-old man is referred to a neurologist by his general practitioner (GP). His symptoms are of weakness and wasting of the muscles of his left hand. He has noticed the weakness is worse after using his hand, for example after using a screwdriver. He has also noticed cramps in his forearm muscles. His speech is slightly slurred and he has started choking after taking fluids.

A feeding gastrostomy may be required to enable adequate calorie intake. Noninvasive ventilation can be used to help respiratory failure, but death usually occurs from bronchopneumonia. KEY POINTS • Motor neurone disease most commonly presents with weakness and wasting of the muscles of one hand. • Fasciculation of the muscles is characteristic of this condition. • There is no sensory loss in this condition. 34 CASE 14: DOUBLE VISION History A 43-year-old woman presents to her general practitioner (GP) complaining of diplopia, more marked in the evenings, for the last 3 months.

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