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1. Jet lag - Herxheimer, Andrew

2. Hallux valgus (bunions) - Ferrari, Jill

3. Sore throat - Kenealy, Tim

4. Retinal detachment - Steel, David

5. Absence seizures in children - Posner, Ewa

6. Pelvic inflammatory disease - Ross, Jonathan D C

7. Recurrent epistaxis in children - McGarry, Gerald W

8. Diabetes: glycaemic control in type 2 (drug treatments) - Gorter, Kees J; van de Laar, Floris Alexander; Janssen, Paul G H; Houweling, Sebastian T; Rutten, Guy E H M

9. Dementia - Butler, Rob; Radhakrishnan, Raghavakurup

10. Chronic suppurative otitis media - Morris, Peter

11. Asthma and other recurrent wheezing disorders in children (acute) - Okpapi, Augusta; Friend, Amanda Jane; Turner, Stephen William

12. Schizophrenia - Barry, Sarah JE; Gaughan, Tracey M; Hunter, Robert

13. Diabetes: treating hypertension - Vijan, Sandeep

14. Genital prolapse in women - Onwude, Joseph Loze

15. Epilepsy (generalised) - Maguire, Melissa; Marson, Anthony G; Ramaratnam, Sridharan
During their lifetime, about 3% of people will be diagnosed with epilepsy, but about 70% of people with epilepsy eventually go into remission.

16. Bacterial conjunctivitis - Epling, John
Conjunctivitis causes irritation, itching, foreign body sensation, and watering or discharge of the eye. Most cases in adults are probably due to viral infection, but children are more likely to develop bacterial conjunctivitis than viral forms. The main bacterial pathogens are Staphylococcus species in adults, and Haemophilus influenzae, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Moraxella catarrhalis in children.A bacterial cause is more likely if there is gluing of the eyelids and no itch.Contact lens wearers may be more likely to develop gram-negative infections. Bacterial keratitis occurs in up to 30/100,000 contact lens wearers.Gonococcal ophthalmia neonatorum can occur in up to 10% of infants exposed...

17. Tubal ectopic pregnancy - Varma, Rajesh; Gupta, Janesh

18. Menorrhagia - Duckitt, Kirsten; Collins, Sally

19. Obsessive compulsive disorder - Soomro, G Mustafa

20. Asthma and other recurrent wheezing disorders in children (chronic) - Turner, Stephen William; Friend, Amanda Jane; Okpapi, Augusta

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