In this new interactive quiz, we present a case of a 15-year-old girl who developed bilateral lower extremity weakness and paresthesia after having undergone partial parathyroidectomy with removal of an encapsulated parathyroid adenoma. Can you make a diagnosis and treat this patient?
In our latest interactive quiz, we describe a case of a 37-year-old woman who presented with intermittent dizziness, palpitations, and multiple syncopal episodes occasionally accompanied by numbness of the left arm. Can you make the diagnosis and treat this patient?
In part 5 of our “Test Your Knowledge” series, Michael Bloch, MD, asks you to review the patient vignette and choose the best course of action in terms of pharmacological therapy.
In part 3 of this series on lipid management, we present a continued case report of the 68-year-old man who presented with questions about prediabetes. Which tests do you recommend to him?
Welcome to our latest series on lipid management. Part 1 of 5 highlights a clinical vignette of a 68-year-old man seeking advice about prediabetes. Read the case, and take our short quiz.
In part 4 of our “Test Your Knowledge” series, Michael Bloch, MD, asks you to review the patient vignette and choose the best course of action in terms of pharmacological therapy.
In part 3 of our “Test Your Knowledge” series, Michael Bloch, MD, asks you to identify which medication would be effective as an add-on therapy.
In this interactive quiz, we present a case of a 79-year-old man who has had a 5-month history of poorly healing venous ulcers on the anterior and medial aspect of the left calf, which had been recurring over 14 years. Can you take the correct diagnostic steps and treat this patient?
A 75‑year‑old woman with a medical history significant for hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and type 2 diabetes mellitus presented to her primary care physician with dyspnea. Can you make a diagnosis?
Are you familiar with the AHA/ACC/HRS recommendations for atrial fibrillation management? Find out by taking our pop quiz.