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Management of Urinary Tract Stones

This Update discusses the pathophysiology and diagnosis of urinary tract stones and outlines both their medical and surgical management.

The rise of resistant UTIs

Determining the need to treat a UTI is important in the battle against antibiotic resistance.

Opinion: Getting beyond feeling blue

Has a person come to see you because they're worried about a family member who they think may have depression or anxiety, or may even be suicidal?

There's something in the water

Swimming in exotic locales can sometimes have colourful consequences.

Latest Wine Reviews

Dr Peter Hay is a GP from Castle Hill, NSW, and a passionate devotee of all things vinous.

Give doctors dispensing rights: RACGP

Give doctors dispensing rights: RACGP DOCTOR groups are quietly moving to beef up GP drug dispensing powers in an intensifying turf war with pharmacists, Medical...

Rating practices may mask poorly performing GPs

IF GP performance is going to be measured by patient ratings, it should be on...

Guide to clinical use of smartphones

MANY doctors are unaware that pictures of patients shot on their smartphones while working in...

Scrapped: Aust-NZ therapeutic goods body

AN AUSTRALIA–New Zealand therapeutic products regulation merger has been scrapped.

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There's something in the water

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Contemporary management of urinary tract stones

Contemporary management of urinary tract stones

This Update discusses the pathophysiology and diagnosis of urinary tract stones and outlines both their medical and surgical management.

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So, what’s in a name?

So, what’s in a name?

Medical nomenclature is changing – are eponyms and euphemisms in decline as patients become more savvy?

GPs' top voted medical heroes

ALMOST 60% of GPs surveyed nationally for MO have nominated Professor John Murtagh as their number one hero of Australian medicine out of a list of medical luminaries.

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