Authors

Christopher Dalby

DCH, BPharm, MBBS, FRACGP, Associate Lecturer, University of Qld, Qld; Crestmead Medical Centre, Qld. c.dalby@uq.edu.au


Malrotation in a child with chronic abdominal pain

Malrotation is the most frequent developmental abnormality of the small intestine.


Multiple tender, deep nodules on the legs of a seven-year-old boy

A case is discussed of a boy who presented with skin markings that arose in the context of fevers and a sore throat.


There's blood in my underwear

A case study of angiokeratoma of Fordyce.