A congenital condition is found in an infant with respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms.
A patient comes to her yearly nutrition check-up 11 years after undergoing gastric bypass surgery with reports of loose stools with significant odor several times per day.
A patient with type 2 diabetes presents with elevated microalbumin levels and a recent history of elevated glucose due to bedtime snacking.
After a fall on an outstretched hand, wrist injuries are common, but ligament tears should also be considered in adults.
An incidental finding in an asymptomatic woman is followed by rapid deterioration of her condition.
While undergoing physical therapy after a stroke, a patient with type 1 diabetes has a hypoglycemia-related stroke.
After steadily gaining weight for 10 years, an obese patient seeks help in achieving sustained, long-term weight loss.
Patients with type 2 diabetes and severe insulin resistance may require large doses of insulin to achieve glycemic control.
The child and her twin tested positive for influenza B infection one week earlier. The child's pulse, respirations, and blood pressure were within normal limits.
Patients aged 20 to 44 years who have diabetes have unique health concerns compared with older and younger patients with diabetes.