What are the causes of osteoporosis & How do I know I’ve got it? What is the treatment?
Medical Blog from Brisbane GP
Smaller abdominal aortic aneurysms have a very low risk of rupture and only need occasional monitoring.
Haemochromatosis is Surprisingly common & raises quite a few issues – from genetic implications, treatment threshold to potential complications.
It seems that almost everyone these days is getting a sleep test! Find out more about the diagnosis, causes & treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea.
Coronary artery calcium scoring is surprisingly affordable & useful in refining risk of cardiovascular disease.
What treatment is available for acute migraines? What is the role of preventative medication?
Ingrowing Toenails are common and can cause a lot of grief! What can I do at home?
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