Dr Daniel Gearon describes the pathophysiology, epidemiology, classification and management of burns.
What are splenunculi? and how commonly do they occur? Dr Daniel Gearon tells us more.
First described in Far East Prisoners of War during WW2, refeeding syndrome describes a series of metabolic and biochemical changes that occur as a consequence of reintroducing feeding after a period of starvation or fasting. Dr Ruby Groome tells us more.
Dr Vishal Vyas outlines normal calcium homeostasis, before describing the clinical features, causes, investigative algorithm and management of hypercalcaemia.