Case In PointA 25-year-old woman presents for a prenatal visit. She has an unremarkable medical history except for hypermobility of the joints and a tendency to bruise easily. Her mother and sister also have very lax joints.
radiology, lucite-ball<p>An elderly Asian man is brought to your office by his family for a routine physical examination. The patient speaks no English. The family is not well acquainted with his medical history; however, they know he was “sick” as a teenager and had some type of chest surgery.</p>
Allergic Fungal Sinusitis<p><img alt="Allergic Fungal Sinusitis" src="/sites/default/files/images/0808conPCSinusitisA_thumb.jpg" style="float:left" />An 18-year-old woman with a history of allergic rhinitis and moderate persistent asthma presented with right-sided nasal congestion of 6 months’ duration. Her symptoms persisted despite her usual allergy medications, allergen immunotherapy, and 2 courses of antibiotics.</p>
PhotoclinicA 56-year-old man presented with pruritic, raised plaques with crusting and occasional weeping in tattoos he had acquired a few months earlier.
- Most episodes of recurrent hypoglycemia occur in patients with diabetes mellitus and can be prevented by changes in medication, diet, or activity.