Practice pictorial case studies providing a simple visual guide through some of the common presentations within general practice.Page Title RSS feed
Bacterial infection: illustrated
Dermatology: five pictorial cases and outcomes
Psoriasis: differential diagnosis
Shoulder problems: illustrated
Problems affecting the nose including epistaxis, polyps, carcinoma and septal perforation.
Presentations of eye disorders including adenoviral conjunctivitis, senile scleral...
Dr Nigel Stollery compares four presentations and offers clues for their diagnosis...
Presentations of conditions affecting the mouth including herpes zoster, angioedema...
Four presentations of hand rashes and clues for their diagnosis, including atopic...
Presentations of conditions affecting the feet including oedema, hammer toe and hallux...
Presentations of head and neck tumours including basal cell carcinoma and squamous...
Scans and X-rays of non-malignant conditions, including hallux valgus, rheumatoid...
Eight cases of allergic or immune reaction.
Dr Nigel Stollery explains the differences between four common skin pigment conditions.
Dr Nigel Stollery discusses the usual presenting features of four disorders
Dr Nigel Stollery outlines the key clues to differentiate between these facial presentations.
Dr Nigel Stollery explains how to differentiate four similar-looking superficial...
Dr Nigel Stollery compares key clinical features when diagnosing foot conditions.
Dr Nigel Stollery compares four similar dermatology presentations.