This week we begin a new series of Clinical Text excerpts with a focus on case studies. Each case is presented as you would actually see it and the use of real-life experiences means the decisions and outcomes are factually based. Along the way to determining a diagnosis and identifying treatments, you learn about variable symptoms, danger signs and get overviews of all the common, classical and atypical presentations….
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