Print Issue: September 01, 2013
Two clinicians fail to
follow up after referring a patient with significant prostatic symptoms.
This challenging diagnosis presents as a dull, throbbing and achy pain in
the vulvar region and may require referral to an interventional radiologist.
Accreditation for this activity has expired. Release Date: September 2013 Expiration Date: September 2014 Estimated time to complete the educational activity: 0.50 hours Program Description: This Dermatology CE/CME activity is from the August 2013 issue of The Clinical Advisor. It consists of 3 cases: Firm pink trunk plaques Erythema and scaling of the finger and…
Counseling parents on the avoidance of feeding-associated infections.
Older men who take resveratrol supplements may be depriving themselves of the cardiovascular benefits they should be getting from exercise.
The American Heart Association is urging health-care providers to counsel patients and their partners about resuming sexual activity following a cardiac event or stroke.
Smokers whose lungs appear to be clear are in fact harboring airway cells that show early signs of impairment.
Probiotic supplements do not appear to prevent antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD) or diarrhea caused by Clostridium difficile in elderly patients.
Teenagers often give vague answers when asked about sensitive topics like substance abuse or suicide.
Many patients with diabetes develop poor blood-glucose monitoring habits over time. Reviewing technique helps assure the process is painless.
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