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Jackey Suen, 11 days ago

Clinicians often face the dilemma of overinvestigating headaches caused by benign ailments and overlooking headaches that are manifestations of serious underlying conditions, despite advances in diagnostic techniques.

Tristan Manalac, 28 days ago
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Dr. Joslyn Ngu, one year ago
A nationwide study showed that one in four persons had presentations of early nerve damage, while a survey in the Klang Valley found it occurred in one in two adults above the age of 21 years.