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Neuropathic pain results from a lesion or disease affecting the somatosensory system. There are a range of causes of neuropathic...
The best method for treating patients with an ingrown toenail has long been debated. Non-surgical options are generally preferred...
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Identifying and managing infection in wounds is an important aspect of primary care practice. However, many issues relating to...
Metal-on-metal hip replacements and resurfacings are associated with higher than acceptable failure rates, and particularly high-risk...
How to recognise and manage common oral health issues in younger children including: what to expect inside the mouth, teething...
Approximately one-third of New Zealander’s aged over 65 years fall each year and this can result in considerable morbidity....
This web version is a sample only, all data below the national level has been omitted.
Overall, oral health in New Zealand has improved over the last few decades, however significant inequalities remain...
An introduction to FRAX, a new WHO endorsed approach for the prevention of osteoporotic fractures.
Reference tool for calculating risk of major osteoporatic fracture.
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