May 1997, Volume 47, Issue 5

Editorial

Managing Depression in General Practice in Pakistan: Do We Need to Re-Invent the Wheel?

Hashim Reza  , Murad M. Khan

Depressive illnesses constitute a major portion of workload of a family physician in the UK (16%)1 and North America (23.5%)2. Major depressive disorder has been found to be present in nearly 13% of patients aged over 15 attending gene

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Guillain-Barr’e Syndrome

Roohina Baloch , et al

Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association has agreed to receive and publish manuscripts in accordance with the principles of the following committees: