Diabetes Q&AThis Diabetes Q&A discusses basic history elements of an office visit for patients with diabetes.
Supplement Part IHere are 3 case reports related to pain-associated disorders.
Supplement Part INarcotic use and addiction have become one of the major health concerns of the 21st century in the United States.
Supplement Part IYou and your clinician colleagues in primary care have no difficulty recognizing pain when your patients present with it.
PhotoclinicA 42-year-old man with no prior cardiac history presented to the emergency department after experiencing a syncopal episode a few hours after a 20-minute run.
PhotoclinicA 75-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with a 5-day history of urinary retention, lower extremity numbness, and profound lower extremity weakness.
PhotoclinicAn 18-year-old young man presented with multiple asymptomatic papules on his penis that had first been noted 5 years ago.
PhotoclinicA 41-year-old construction worker from Honduras presented to his family physician with a 1-month history of hyperpigmentation on his face and neck, associated with mild pruritus.
PhotoclinicA 23-year-old woman presented with questions about the papules present on both her areolae, which had become more prominent after a recent pregnancy.
Radiology QuizA 16-year-old boy presented to the emergency department with 2 weeks of worsening lower abdominal pain.
What’s The Take Home?A 73-year-old man was brought to an urgent care center by his family. He lived alone in a small apartment and was able to care for himself and manage his financial and other affairs.
Photo Quiz 360An 8-year-old girl presented with a protracted history of a burning sensation and excessive wrinkling of her hands for the past few months.
Controversies in Clinical CareIn our previous column, we discussed the importance of properly estimating renal function when determining medication dosing, particularly in elderly patients.
Top PapersI do not think I have reviewed a Top Paper from the “History of Medicine” feature in the Annals of Internal Medicine before, but here we go.
What’s Your Diagnosis?®A 60-year-old woman presented with a nodule on her right antihelix.
Case in PointBell palsy is one of the most common forms of facial paralysis affecting the seventh cranial nerve (facial nerve).
Photo EssayThis Photo Essay features a collection of 5 photo-based cases of conditions affecting the hands and feet.
Case in Point PediatricsConstipation is a common gastrointestinal complaint among children, with an estimated worldwide prevalence of 0.7% to 29.6% in the pediatric population.
DermclinicThis 50-year-old woman presented with a 2-day history of a tender rash from head to toes.
DermclinicThis 15-year-old boy presented with a new asymptomatic eruption of annular rings sparsely scattered over the trunk and thighs.
DermclinicThis 37-year-old woman presented at week 29 of her third pregnancy with a slightly pruritic rash on her trunk and proximal extremities of 1 week’s duration.
Case in PointA 77-year-old man who had been undergoing chemotherapy for chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) was admitted to the hospital for a 2-week...
CommentaryPatients want their health care providers to be polite and civil as well as competent.
Editor’s NoteDespite all we know about the mechanism, risk factors, and treatment of cardiovascular disease (CVD), it still ranks among the top killers of people in the United States and around the world.