Hands and feet

September 2009

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From the mind to the hands

Volume 38, No.9, September 2009 Pages 661-661

Carolyn O’Shea

There are times when the unseen becomes seen. Two recent events highlighted this for me. The first was an evening telephone call about a 10 month old with a rash, asking: ’Could be measles?’ The second was a patient asking if I was worried about her blood sugar levels (BSL), which had become elevated in the past month. Common general practice questions; however both made me stop, consider what had happened in the mind, and the process of arriving at the answer to the questions posed.

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