Patients will sometimes raise the issue of cancer ‘running in their
family’ or it may be identified by the general practitioner when
enquiring about a patient’s family history.
As with so many complex clinical presentations in primary care, there is always tension between those that the GP can manage and those needing specialist management. Over time, clinical practice...
KS was first described in 1942 and defined by a clinical phenotype comprising tall stature with a feminine body type, gynaecomastia, small testes and infertility.6 More recent studies have...
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