Health & Medicine Journal & Academic : Health & Medical
Differentiating Burkitt's lymphoma from DLBCL presents diagnostic difficulty. This study evaluated the use of immunophenotypic markers by flow cytometry to aid in this important determination.
Dyssynchrony by speckle-tracking echo may be associated with an increase in EF, and improved long-term outcomes after CRT.
Most medical school curricula and major textbooks characterize deafness as pathologic condition only, which is at odds with the movement to understand the Deaf population as a minority group with a unique language and cultural tradition. Physicians might therefore be unprepared to meet the needs of
Patient-centered primary care: how are we faring, and how can we improve?
CDH1 mutations increase the lifetime risk of developing diffuse gastric cancer and lobular breast cancer. This review presents guidelines for patient testing, counseling, and management.
Was this patient's acute sinusitis and subsequent parietal subdural empyema a consequence of his recent tooth extraction?
An 18-year-old student was evaluated for generalized lymphadenopathy with unexplained weight loss.
Should menopausal hormone therapy be used as CVD prophylaxis? This review focuses on the complicated--and controversial--role that menopausal HT plays in cardiovascular protection.
This short policy brief looks at the mean adoption rate of electronic health records by family physicians in both urban and rural settings. Are family physicians lagging behind?
This report validates the currently used standardized HER2 scoring system for establishing HER2 status in gastroesophageal adenocarcinomas.
While recent studies suggested that rural family physicians are more likely to pass the ABFM Maintenance of Certification exam, it may have more to do with practice scope than location.
Find out more about identifying and treating patients who are at high risk for syphilis infection.