Australian Family Physician
Australian Family Physician



July Vol 40 (7) 457-552
AFP > 2011 > July



Ying Pan, Graeme C Miller, Janice Charles


Philip Clarke

Hair and nails

Paul Grinzi

Exanthems and drug reactions

Morton Rawlin

Common vulval dermatoses

Catherine Drummond

Up front

On closer inspection

Carolyn O’Shea

Letters to the editor


Prostate specific antigen

Tom Brett

Persistent hoarseness

Jennifer Morrison

Multiple facial plaques

Chris Fessa, Pablo Fernández-Peñas

Adult intraosseous access

Donald A Howarth

Cosmetic surgery on children

Leon Kitipornchai, Shih-Ning Then


Cholesterol lowering medication

Angela Gialamas, Simon Vanlint, Paul Aylward, Nigel Stocks


Kam Cheong Wong, Anthony M Brown, Stephen CH Li

Nondiabetic retinal pathology

Geoffrey Spurling, Claire Jackson, Nathan Nielsen, Peter Cranstoun


Chronic hepatitis B

Anouk Dev, James Ngoc Huong Nguyen, Lili Munafo, Eve Hardie, Linda Iacono

The pre-employment medical

Peter Fenner


Nutrition care in general practice

Lauren Ball

Patient information

What is a PSA test?

Tom Brett

Research Viewpoint

Primary palliative care

Geoffrey K Mitchell

Back pages

Book reviews

Clinical challenge

Nyoli Valentine


Dermatoscopy in routine practice – ‘Chaos and Clues’

Dr Cliff Rosendahl discusses the importance of dermatoscopy and outlines an approach that GPs can use to enhance their practice centred on the concepts of 'Chaos and Clues'

Nonmelanoma skin cancers – treatment options

Dr Philip Clarke discusses the treatment options for nonmelanoma skin cancers.

Melanoma – a management guide for GPs

Prof John Thompson discusses melanoma management.

Skin checks

Professor Rod Sinclair discusses 'skin checks' what are the recommendations? How might you do it? How can you classify what you find? and much more


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