In this case, a New York court was asked to decide whether, in addition to medical malpractice, a physician may be sued for statutory fraud based on deceptive business practices.
A 71-year-old White woman with a history of atrial fibrillation presented to your clinic to discuss her rivaroxaban regimen in relation to an upcoming colonoscopy
In a recent systematic review and meta-analysis, researchers examined the impact of a low glycemic dietary pattern on glycemic control, blood lipids, adiposity, blood pressure, and inflammation in individuals with diabetes.
A 70-year-old man who had undergone pacemaker placement for atrial fibrillation 21 years ago, with a generator change 4 years ago, was transferred from an outside hospital to our hospital for evaluation of fever of unknown origin.
In this commentary, Michael Bloch, MD, writes about renin-angiotensin system-blocking agents and how they affect the disease course of COVID-19.
In this interactive quiz, we describe a case of a 2-year-old boy who presents with a persistent cough with production of green purulent sputum. Can you make a diagnosis and treat this patient?
In this podcast, Daniel M. Musher, MD, answers our questions on his systematic review of the etiology of community-acquired pneumonia and briefly discusses his extensive research on community-acquired pneumonia.
The CDC guidelines on sexually transmitted diseases include recommendations for treating pregnant patients with chlamydia. Do you know which regimen is recommended for these patients? Find out by taking this pop quiz.
In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, writes about new guidelines for the evaluation and management of well-appearing febrile infants and updated treatment guidelines for sexually transmitted infections.