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  1. Diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis:- In people with suspected (or under investigation for) chronic pancreatitis, whose diagnosis has not been confirmed by the use of 'first-line' tests (for example, CT scan, ultrasound scan, upper gastrointestinal [GI] endoscopy or combinations of these), what is the accuracy of magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) with or without secretin and endoscopic ultrasound to identify whether chronic pancreatitis is present?

    Recommendation ID NG104/1 Question Diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis:- In people with suspected (or under investigation for) chronic pancreatitis

  2. Minor injury units, urgent care centres and walk-in centres:- Is a minor injury unit, urgent care or walk-in centre clinically and cost effective i) as a stand-alone unit and ii) when located on the same site as an emergency department? [See the evidence review on minor injury unit, urgent care centre or walk-in centre.]

    Recommendation ID NG94/12 Question Minor injury units, urgent care centres and walk-in centres:- Is a minor injury unit, urgent care or

  3. Method of botulinum toxin type A injection in treating focal spasticity:- Is guided botulinum toxin type A injection using electrical localisation (electrostimulation orelectromyography) of muscles more clinically and cost effective than ultrasound-guided injections or clinical positioning for localisation of injections in treating focal spasticity in adults with cerebral palsy?

    Recommendation ID NG119/1 Question Method of botulinum toxin type A injection in treating focal spasticity:- Is guided botulinum toxin

  4. Hysteroscopy compared with ultrasound or empiric pharmacological treatment in the diagnosis and management of heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB): -Is initial testing using hysteroscopy more effective than testing with pelvic ultrasound or empiric pharmacological treatment in the diagnosis and management of HMB?

    Recommendation ID NG88/1 Question Hysteroscopy compared with ultrasound or empiric pharmacological treatment in the diagnosis and management

  5. Do the direct anterior, direct superior and supercapsular percutaneously assisted (SuperPATH) approaches to hip replacement improve patient-recorded outcome measures and reduce length of hospital stays, revision rates, neurological complications and surgical site infections compared with the posterior and anterolateral approaches?

    Recommendation ID NG157/11 Question Do the direct anterior, direct superior and supercapsular percutaneously assisted (SuperPATH) approaches