Print Issue: April 01, 2009
A 17-year-old female developed diffuse blue-gray pigmentation of both shins over a two-month period.
Celiac disease doesn’t look the way you might expect. A new position statement and technical review from the American Gastroenterological Association provide updated guidelines.
A 54-year-old man complained of fevers and abdominal pain. Four days earlier, he had noted intense left upper-quadrant abdominal pain that was worse with inspiration and a throbbing pain in the distal left fifth digit.
The young woman had a personal history of drug use and a family history significant for schizophrenia and suicide.
A new mother presents with common postpartum symptoms. When should clinicians start considering more remote possibilities?
Seizures in the elderly often mimic other conditions, such as transient ischemic attack or dementia. Don’t be fooled into a misdiagnosis.
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