Clinical images

Practice pictorial case studies providing a simple visual guide through some of the common presentations within general practice.

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Bacterial infection: illustrated

Dermatology: five pictorial cases and outcomes

Psoriasis: differential diagnosis

Shoulder problems: illustrated

Nose problems: illustrated

Nose problems: illustrated

Problems affecting the nose including epistaxis, polyps, carcinoma and septal perforation.

Eye disorders: illustrated

Eye disorders: illustrated

Presentations of eye disorders including adenoviral conjunctivitis, senile scleral...

Differential diagnoses: Pityriasis
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Differential diagnoses: Pityriasis

Dr Nigel Stollery compares four presentations and offers clues for their diagnosis...

Mouth conditions: illustrated

Mouth conditions: illustrated

Presentations of conditions affecting the mouth including herpes zoster, angioedema...

Differential diagnoses: Hand rashes

Differential diagnoses: Hand rashes

Four presentations of hand rashes and clues for their diagnosis, including atopic...

Foot conditions: illustrated

Foot conditions: illustrated

Presentations of conditions affecting the feet including oedema, hammer toe and hallux...

Head and neck tumours: illustrated

Head and neck tumours: illustrated

Presentations of head and neck tumours including basal cell carcinoma and squamous...

Illustrated: scans and X-rays

Illustrated: scans and X-rays

Scans and X-rays of non-malignant conditions, including hallux valgus, rheumatoid...

Illustrated: allergy and immunology

Illustrated: allergy and immunology

Eight cases of allergic or immune reaction.

Differential diagnoses: Pigment formation

Differential diagnoses: Pigment formation

Dr Nigel Stollery explains the differences between four common skin pigment conditions.

Differential diagnoses: Skin pigmentation

Differential diagnoses: Skin pigmentation

Dr Nigel Stollery discusses the usual presenting features of four disorders

Differential diagnoses: Facial rashes

Differential diagnoses: Facial rashes

Dr Nigel Stollery outlines the key clues to differentiate between these facial presentations.

Differential diagnoses: Skin lesions

Differential diagnoses: Skin lesions

Dr Nigel Stollery explains how to differentiate four similar-looking superficial...

Differential diagnoses: Skin conditions of the feet

Differential diagnoses: Skin conditions of the feet

Dr Nigel Stollery compares key clinical features when diagnosing foot conditions.

Differential diagnoses: Crusted skin lesions

Differential diagnoses: Crusted skin lesions

Dr Nigel Stollery compares four similar dermatology presentations.

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