Jamie Davidson

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Type 2 diabetes is characterised by a gradual decline in insulin secretion in response to nutrient loads; hence, it is primarily a disorder of postprandial glucose (PPG) regulation. However, physicians continue to rely on fasting plasma glucose (FPG) and glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) levels as indicators for disease management. There is a linear(More)
Increasing histological and radiological understanding of the processes involved in soft-tissue injury is leading to novel targeted treatments. A number of reviews have recommended that these treatments should be performed with image guidance. This review describes current ultrasound-guided interventions and injections, together with the level of evidence(More)
This case of splenic peliosis, describes a rare condition when it presents in the spleen, and is better understood when it occurs in the liver. However, the ultrasound and CT features have a wide differential diagnosis including more common aetiologies, of either a vascular, infective or neoplastic nature, which should be considered. Peliosis is an(More)
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