PhotoclinicA 37-year-old woman with no related medical history presented to the clinic with right-sided neck swelling. She reported having had swelling in the area for approximately 6 years, but she had recently noted an increase in size and associated symptoms of eye pain, pain radiating from the area, and dysphagia.
Diabetes Q&AIn this Diabetes Q&A, Kelley Williams, MD, and Kim A. Carmichael, MD, discuss the relationship between chronic kidney disease and diabetes, including the latest diagnostic criteria and the therapeutic role of strict glycemic control.
What's the Take Home?A 60-year-old man presents for evaluation of abnormalities discovered during a biannual employment physical examination. The findings in question included obesity, abnormal blood glucose and glycated hemoglobin levels, hyperlipidemia, and an enlarged liver.
PhotoclinicA 28-year-old active-duty man presented with a 4-week history of multiple tender, enlarging nodules on the scalp.
PhotoclinicA 15-year-old girl with a history of depression was brought to the emergency department by emergency medical services for nausea and vomiting. Five hours prior to presentation, she had intentionally taken 30 8-mg albuterol sulfate tablets.
Photo QuizA 14-year-old girl presented with an ongoing problem with dental crowding in the area of the upper central incisors; a previous CT scan of the head had identified a cyst emanating from the area of the dental crowding and extending into and obliterating the maxillary sinuses.
Case In PointA 13-year-old previously healthy girl with a maternal family history of antiphospholipid syndrome presented with headache, blurry vision, and bilateral papilledema that had been confirmed with MRI and that was concerning for venous sinus thrombosis.
Case In PointA 3-month-old boy was brought to the clinic by his mother with concern for abnormal head shape. He had been born at term via spontaneous vaginal delivery, without any complications.
PhotoclinicA 23-year-old man was referred to our hospital by his primary care physician due to headaches, palpitations, and recent-onset hypertensive urgency.
Photo EssayThis article is part 1 of a 15-part series of Photo Essays describing and differentiating conditions affecting the nails.
PhotoclinicA 24-year-old nulliparous woman initially presented to a prenatal clinic at 24 weeks of gestation for assessment of pruritic eczematous papules on her abdomen that had been present for 1 week.