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Stress fracture of the medial malleolus is rare and not reported in children. We report a case of a 15-year-old elite gymnast with open physes sustaining a medial malleolar stress fracture. The patient was treated initially by rest and gradually returned to sport with full recovery. Two months later she developed a complete fracture of the medial malleolus(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine ethnic differences in the socio-epidemiological and clinical characteristics of a cohort of women with HIV infection in Britain and Ireland. DESIGN AND METHODS Analysis of baseline data (ethnic group, sexual history, likely route of HIV infection, reasons for HIV testing and first AIDS-defining disease) from 400 women with HIV(More)
Survivors of sexual assault can access treatment and care within genitourinary (GU) medicine services by attending walk-in, booked or a dedicated clinic. Haven Whitechapel the local Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) provides a forensic and aftercare service. A team was set up to ensure efficient communication and clear referral pathways between the(More)
Eating disorders can be a life threatening illness not only due to the effects of starvation, but also the effects of impaired capacity. At Robina Hospital, patients admitted with a BMI < 14 are admitted to the Acute Medical Unit (AMU) for nutritional restoration and medical management before being transferred to a suitable mental health ward for ongoing(More)
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