Infectious Diseases Information Center
Experts in infectious disease, pulmonology, cardiology, neurology, and psychiatry share their perspectives on the phenomenon that is long COVID-19.
Endocrinology Information Center, Gastroenterology Information Center
Chronic pancreatitis stems from a variety of pathogenic entities that result in chronic inflammation, fibrosis, and irreversible damage to the pancreas.
Every day, low health literacy results in patients’ misunderstanding the instructions of their clinicians, sometimes with very serious consequences.
To reduce the mortality and incidence of this disease, clinicians must be aware of the most recent vaccination and screening guidelines.
The most common dementia in the elderly, Alzheimer disease places tremendous physical and emotional strain on patient and caregiver alike.
The latest revision of the diagnostic manual does away with the complex
multiaxial organization in favor of a simpler chapter order of disorders.
Congenital cytomegalovirus is a very common cause of birth defects, yet many primary-care providers are not well-informed about this infection.
Neurology Information Center
When treating a patient with peripheral neuropathy and weakness of unknown origin, it is important for primary care providers to consider Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease as a differential diagnosis.
Given the complex nature of the disease, the ability to clearly explain the therapeutic options available to patients with breast cancer is invaluable.
The start of the "sun-worshipping season" is a good time to review the primary-care basics of basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas.