Radiology QuizPulmonary MAI infection is associated with chronic lung diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic bronchitis, and bronchiectasis.
PhotoclinicA 49-year-old man with a history of diabetes mellitus, tuberculosis, and herpes simplex keratitis presented from a dermatology clinic with a 2-month history of a progressively worsening blistering rash.
Photo QuizA 25-year-old woman presented with a flat, hemorrhagic area covering the right sclera, which had appeared 1 week prior after she had struck her upper face on a shelf.
What's the Take Home?Variant MRSA species acquired in the hospital setting have been a serious nosocomial infection problem for decades.
Top Papers Of The MonthLet’s set the stage: Unprovoked deep venous thromboemboli account for 40% of all bouts of thromboembolism.
Case In PointA 7-day-old girl presented to the emergency department with concern for seizure-like activity.
Diabetes Q&AThis article discusses how to diagnose, manage, and prevent the phenomenon of hypolgycemia unawareness in patients with diabetes mellitus,
Controversies in Clinical CareAllergies to sulfa-containing drugs are common and lead to significant concern regarding alternative medications as well as cross-reactivity.
PhotoclinicA 45-year-old man had been hospitalized previously for a methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection, which had been cultured from a boil-type lesion on the left buttock and vesicular lesions on the penis and lips and had been treated as a case of herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 2.
PhotoclinicA 51-year-old woman presented with concern for painful, cracking, and peeling lips.
PhotoclinicA 22-year-old African American woman noted 2 lesions on her lip that she thought were insect bites.
What's Your Diagnosis?A 40-year-old obese white woman presented with scaly, brownish eruptions in both axillae of approximately 8 months’ duration.
Case In PointA 37-year-old man presented with a 10-day history of right flank pain, which he described as cramping and constant but with variable intensity.
DermclinicA woman in her 50s presented for evaluation of her acne that had just started appearing a few months prior with intermittent lesions in the chin area.
DermclinicA 16-year-old female is brought in by her mother due to concerns about an asymptomatic bump on her ankle that has been persistent for at least 3 months.
DermclinicA 31-year-old female presented for evaluation of an asymptomatic mole on her external vulva of unknown duration. It was first noticed while personal grooming in the bikini area.
Guest CommentaryMany physicians are uncomfortable having conversations with patients and families about these questions.
Editor’s NoteJanuary traditionally is the time of promise and renewal, when the turn of the calendar page inspires hope for the new year. It’s a time of reflection on the changes brought by the previous 12 months, and of recommitment to shine while navigating the changes that are sure to come in 2016.