Top 10 Clinical Advisor Stories of the First Half of 2010
Ronald L. Hoffman, MD March 01, 2010
Once known primarily for maintaining bone strength, vitamin D is now thought to contribute to prevention of colon, prostate, and breast cancers.
Jennifer L. Berns, MPAS, PA-C February 03, 2010
Instead of attempting to treat the broad categories, primary-care clinicians should focus on symptoms or features that identify a specific subtype.
Payal Patel, MD, and Julia R. Nunley, MD May 01, 2010
A woman with no history of sexually transmitted diseases suffers intense vulvar itching. Hypopigmentation was noted with no erosions or papules.
Adam Weiss, DDS, Peter Nelson, DDS, and Harry Dym, DDS April 01, 2010
Become familiar with the cause, characteristics, and appropriate treatment of the most frequently seen conditions of the mouth, tongue, and gums.
Sean D. Doherty, MD February 04, 2010
Two patients with erythematous trunk plaques—the first developed eight months earlier, and the other 15 years ago.
Noah S. Scheinfeld, MD, JD March 01, 2010
Two patients with purple lesions and no other abnormal skin findings.
Case and analysis by Lawrence J. Kagen, MD January 21, 2010
A physically fit young woman seeks medical care when she develops increasing dyspnea and signs of a circulatory disorder.
Deborah Downey, CNRN, CNS, ANP May 01, 2010
A thorough understanding of the therapies available to patients with dementia or Parkinson's disease is essential to improving outcomes.
Sherril Sego, MSN, FNP January 04, 2010
An estimated 50% of colon cancers and 30% of breast cancers could be prevented with adequate levels of vitamin D.
Stanley Chan, MD June 01, 2010
Two patients with enlarging lesions—one in a man with no history of skin cancer, and the other in a man with significant actinic damage