BMJ Clinical Evidence: 2 new reviews

BMJ Clinical Evidence covers a wide range of conditions.  You can view the latest 2 online by following the link above. Make sure you have your Athens account details available.

Fungal toenails and Dystonia.

Updated topic: Dystonia

Dystonia is often a lifelong condition, with persistent pain and disability. A large spectrum of drug, surgical and physical treatments are available for the treatment of dystonia but use of these in practice can be inconsistent. The latest BMJ Clinical Evidence systematic review highlights the evidence base for the treatment of dystonia and where further research is required. 

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BMJ Clinical Updates

Four newly updated reviews have recently been published, including Retinal detachment, Sore throat, Fungal toenail infection and Nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy. To view these and all of our recently updated reviews, click here.

Below you can find overviews of our two selected reviews;
Fungal toenails and Dystonia.  Dystonia, usually a lifelong condition, with persistent pain and disability. A large spectrum of drug, surgical and physical treatments are available for the treatment of dystonia but use of these in practice can be inconsistent. The latest BMJ Clinical Evidence systematic review highlights the evidence base for the treatment of dystonia and where further research is required.