JCCC 2014 Issue 6
Table of Contents
MD, CCFP, FRCPC
I am pleased to introduce the last issue for 2014 of the Journal of Current Clinical Care.
For any physician beyond 70 years old, of which I am one, evidence-based medicine as currently configured and taught is a concept that came to us somewhat late in our careers.
Diaper dermatitis is one of the most common skin conditions seen in the pediatric population and can cause significant distress for infants and their families.
This article highlights the myths and misunderstandings surrounding the straight leg raise (SLR) test for sciatica.
Dizziness is the third most common symptom seen in patients of all age groups who present to emergency departments, outpatient clinics and physicians offices.
A case of pyogenic granuloma of gingiva is presented.