Triple-negative breast cancer comprises 10% to 15% of breast cancers, mostly in women who are premenopausal, Black, and BRCA1 positive.
Early diagnosis and treatment of SMA can limit disease progression in children and adults, extending life expectancy and improving QOL.
More than 50% of patients with alcohol use disorder develop alcohol withdrawal symptoms within hours of discontinuing or decreasing alcohol use.
A patient presenting with sudden-onset dysphagia and vomiting initially is diagnosed with GERD but does not respond to PPIs. What is your diagnosis?
Despite the availability of a highly effective shingles vaccine and almost universal risk among those born before 1980, Americans are not getting vaccinated.
The occurrence rate of BIA-ALCL following breast augmentation with textured implants is variable, with the reported lifetime risk ranging from 1 in 355 to 1 in 86,029 patients.
Comanagement of cardiovascular disease risk factors through exercise and weight loss can improve erectile function.
Weight loss is associated with reduced pain, improved function, and better quality of life in patients with knee OA who are overweight or obese.
Untreated ADHD in adults is associated with increased rates of unemployment and poor performance in educational and work settings.
Compared with White women, Black women are more likely to be diagnosed with hypertension at a younger age, have higher blood pressure readings, and die earlier from complications related to hypertension.