Genitourinary medicine (GUM) is the medical specialty that deals with the diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections, genital infections and conditions, as well as the complications of infection.
Medical oncologists are responsible for overseeing the treatment of patients with cancer. This involves discussing therapeutic options, supervising systemic treatments and supporting patients through their care.
Metabolic medicine is a subspecialty that can be defined as a group of overlapping areas of clinical practice with common dependence on detailed understanding of basic biochemistry and metabolism, which fall within the expertise of both the physician and biochemist.
Dermatology is a highly diverse and challenging field that is focussed on the science, diagnosis and management of disease affecting the skin, hair, nails and contiguous mucous membranes in adults and children.