Meniscal ossicles are small trabecular bone’s structures, often less than 3 cm thick, covered with cartilage, located next to the meniscal cartilages. In the literature there are about 40 publicatio...See details
Deep cervical space infections have become less common as a result of widespread use of antibiotics. However radiologists and clinicians must still be familiar with this condition due to its potentia...See details
Jennie is a FY2 doctor at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary. She has been interested in promoting the welfare of medical students and facilitating access to research and teaching opportunities since the s...
Case Presentation & Clinical History: This is a 67-year-old female who is a known case of diabetes mellitus for 10 years, hypertension, dyslipidemia and ischemic heart disease with no known allergi...See details