A "bruise" from a minor injury continues to linger for weeks.
Are hormonal changes to blame, or something else?
Dietary supervision may have driven the patient out of his facility.
Despite adhering to lifestyle modifications, a woman's glycemic control remains inadequate.
A teenager complains of pain in the left wrist, yet manifests no localized swelling and exhibits symmetric bilateral range of motion.
Cow's milk protein allergy is relatively common during the first year of life. Unfortunately, the condition is easily missed or mislabeled.
An adolescent presented with persistent upper-extremity pain, redness, and axillary swelling upon lifting weights.
A middle-aged man presents with palpitations, tachycardia, tremors, and extreme anxiety.
A woman is rushed to the emergency department after severing her hand in a woodworking accident at home.
A patient recently diagnosed with diabetes complains of worsening malaise and fatigue as well as bilateral extremity cramps.