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Decriminalisation of abortion


In the year that sees the 50th anniversary of the Abortion Act 1967, which created a framework for legal termination, campaigners argue that the time has come for abortion to be decriminalised in...(image)

A consequence of habitual nail bed trauma


A 56 year old man presented with a 10 year history of non-tender transverse ridging at the centre of each nail and loss of the nail cuticle, most evident in the thumbs (fig 1). These three features...(image)

Quality of care for better stroke outcomes . . . and other stories


Vertical transmission of chlamydiaRoutine testing for Chlamydia trachomatis in pregnant women in Finland, using urine nucleic acid amplification tests, shows a carriage rate of 2.7%. Textbooks and...(image)

Branch retinal vein occlusion secondary to sildenafil


A 73 year old man presented at the eye unit with a cotton wool spot in his right macula (fig 1). Ten days later he developed a superficial retinal haemorrhage and was diagnosed with a right branch...(image)

Bruising and abnormal leucocytes on a blood film—a haematological emergency


A 20 year old man was referred to the emergency department by his general practitioner with a one week history of easy bruising, gum bleeding, and lethargy. He had no medical history and took no...(image)

Health workers are vital to sustainable development goals and universal health coverage


On international woman’s day earlier this month many major news outfits carried the story of Salome Karwah, who in 2014 featured on the cover of Time magazine for her work during the Ebola outbreak...(image)