Psychiatry Rounds, Top StoryDepressive features are relatively common among patients who have dementia.
Neuromuscular DiseaseNeuromuscular disease is both common in older persons and often treatable.
Case ReportClinicians should educate their patients about safe sex, inquire about their patients’ sexual practices, and assess their patients’ risk for STDs and HIV.
Trauma Care and the Older AdultMany elderly patients with SCI have incomplete injuries and can recover significant neurologic function.
Neurology/CaregivingAlzheimer’s disease (AD) is especially prevalent, underdiagnosed, and undertreated in African-American and Hispanic-American populations.
Complementary and Alternative MedicineVitamin A has several medicinal uses; however, many older adults also use vitamin A prophylactically.
Online Exclusive - Case ReportThere is increasing evidence that, rather than being benign and self-limiting, AKA may be a significant cause of mortality in patients with alcohol dependence.
Physician’s PerspectiveAny traumatic injury may result in many liters of blood hidden in body cavities or as hematomas in fracture sites and soft tissues.
CommentaryIn medicine, we tend to think about end-of-life issues as ethical or legal concerns.
Letters to the EditorWould non–high-density lipoprotein (HDL) or APO-B have a role in risk assessment of hyperlipidemia in older adults?