PhotoclinicA 5 ½-month-old girl was referred to the pediatric emergency department by her primary care provider (PCP) for a temperature of 39.2°C. The infant’s mother had taken her to the PCP for evaluation of fever and constipation.
PhotoclinicA 71-year-old woman came to the clinic with concern for worsening abdominal distention, shortness of breath when walking, and swelling of her legs.
Case In PointAn 86-year-old woman presented to our institution from an outside hospital for management of altered mental status.
What's the Take Home?A 22-year-old man seeks medical attention at his college’s infirmary. He had been in excellent health until 1 week earlier, when he had noted the onset of fever, headache, and malaise.
Photo EssayThis article is part 3 of a 5-part series of Photo Essays describing and differentiating conditions affecting the tongue and related structures in the oral cavity.
Diabetes Q&AWhat are the standards for foot care in persons with diabetes? Diabetes expert Kim Carmichael, MD, answers this question and others about the care of the diabetic foot.
PhotoclinicAn 84-year-old man presented to the emergency department for 6 months of progressive headache, blurry vision, and chemosis.
PhotoclinicA 43-day-old girl was brought to the clinic for the first time by her mother due to a dry rash along the girl’s face and cheeks.
PhotoclinicA newborn boy was noted to have a diffuse erythematous rash at birth. He had been born at 40 weeks of gestation to a 19-year-old gravida 2, para 2 mother who had had adequate prenatal care.