Understanding characteristics associated with discontinuation of biologic therapy in patients with severe asthma is necessary to help to address barriers to treatment success in this population. Test your knowledge by taking our quiz.
Diagnosing uterine fibroids should be based on an extensive physical examination and detailed clinical history. Current guidelines recommend confirming the diagnosis via ultrasonography scanning, and MRI can help determine the vascularization of the fibromas. Do you prefer using ultrasonography or magnetic resonance imaging to diagnose uterine fibroids?
The current guidelines from the Pediatric Endocrine Society include 12 conditional and 16 strong recommendations, as well as 10 ungraded good practice statements. Do you know the Society’s recommendation for diagnosing pediatric GHD?
In a recent study, researchers examined the relationship between race, symptom progression, and delayed diagnosis of Lyme disease in adults in the United States.
In this podcast, Frank LoVecchio, MD, speaks about the unmet needs in the treatment of community-acquired bacterial pneumonia, and potential alternatives to the standard treatment regimen. This podcast is part 3 of a 3-part series on the unmet needs of treatment for CABP.
Welcome to Consultant360's latest interactive diagnostic quiz. Over the next few pages, we'll present a case 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.
New research sheds light on a novel biomarker that may accurately predict new-onset peripheral arterial disease in patients with mild to moderate chronic kidney disease. Researcher Scott E. Janus, MD, answers our questions.
Commentary: Even Modest Reductions in Blood Pressure Can Lead to Substantial Reductions in Cardiovascular Events
In this article, Michael J. Bloch, MD, writes about studies over the past 30 years that prove lower achieved blood pressure, including modest reductions in blood pressure, translates to lower cardiovascular events.
This article collects 3 photo-based case reports about conditions affecting the lungs, including large pulmonary embolus with unilateral hyperlucent lung, atelectasis, and Streptococcus pneumoniae phlegmon.