A 61-year-old man presented to our neuro-ophthalmology department for evaluation of vision loss following a recent hospital discharge.
In this podcast, Thomas M. File, Jr, MD, MSc, MACP, talks about his session at CHEST 2021, during which he discussed the results of the LEAP 1 and 2 trials that evaluated the efficacy and safety of lefamulin for treating community-acquired pneumonia.
Catch up with the latest COVID-19 news with our latest roundup. Included is the impact of prior infection on antibody levels in vaccinated individuals, outcomes of a monoclonal antibody combination therapy, and the adverse outcomes associated with ivermectin use.
When patients need to see their primary care provider, but the office is closed for the day, they may present to the emergency department. How often would you say this happens in your practice? Tell us via our latest poll!
A 22-year-old man presented to the emergency department with a sore throat. His pain began 12 hours earlier on the left side and subsequently progressed to the right side.
In this podcast, Jerry Krishnan, MD, PhD, talks about the American Thoracic Society's new home oxygen therapy guidelines as they pertain to patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, as well as the research that is needed to fill the knowledge gaps.
We present a case on a 22-year-old college student with a pruritic rash on his mid-abdomen and ask you to make the diagnosis and treat the patient. Along the way, we'll provide details about the case, and at the end, we'll share the patient's outcome.
What are the associations between Takotsubo syndrome and cannabis use? In this Q&A, Rupak Desai, MBBS, explains what he and his research team discovered about the relationship and how their results should influence the conversations you have with your patients.
A 26-year-old man presented to the emergency department with traumatic fractures of the left radius and ulna. He had no significant medical history, was a nonsmoker, and was not taking medication at the time of presentation.
Regina Kosiba, RD, LD, discusses key components of nutrition for bariatric surgery recipients, including special populations, such as athletes, patients who are pregnant, and patients receiving hemodialysis.