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Recent Clinical Updates

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20th September 2017

20th September 2017

Laparoscopic Surgery of the Abdomen- Injury to the Bowel or Stomach

Bowel injury is the most frequent significant injury caused by a trocar.

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14th September 2017

14th September 2017

Laparoscopic Surgery of the Abdomen– Complications from Insertion of Trocars and Cannulae

This article deals with the operative…

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6th September 2017

6th September 2017

Laparoscopy of the Abdomen

This operative technique is better known as keyhole surgery and can be used in place of more extensive surgery.

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1st September 2017

1st September 2017

Anabolic Steroid Misuse

Steroids are hormones, chemicals that are produced by glands in the body, that can alter how organs and tissues…

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23rd August 2017

23rd August 2017

The Thyroid Gland and its Function

This is a hormone producing gland, that makes the thyroid compounds, thyroxine FT4 and FT3 tri-iodothyronine

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Monday 17th August

Monday 17th August

Transvaginal meshes used for pelvic prolapse +/- stress urinary incontinence- complications

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) occurs…

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Sunday 2nd August

Sunday 2nd August

Thyroid Cancer

The latest figures from 2014 showed that there were over 3400 cases but only 376 deaths, with the survival figures being…

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Wednesday 26th July

Wednesday 26th July

Positron Emission Tomography (PET)

This is a form of nuclear medicine imaging wherein a tracer that emits gamma rays is introduced into the…

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Tuesday 25th July

Tuesday 25th July

Scaphoid Fractures and The Medico-Legal Aspects

The scaphoid is one of the bones of the wrist located at the base of the thumb…

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Friday 14th July

Friday 14th July

Narcolepsy

This is a central nervous system disorder, associated with sleep problems. These include tiredness, excessive sleeping or…

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Friday 7th July

Friday 7th July

GMC licence to practise

Holding a licence to practise allows you to, for example, prescribe prescription only medicines and hold a post as a GP…

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Friday 23rd June

Friday 23rd June

Screening Tests II

As seen in the previous article on screening, the system for screening and the associated criteria have been…

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Wednesday 14th June

Wednesday 14th June

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

This is a system for imaging the body which allows for its anatomy and functional processes to be seen in…

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