Index2012 Annual Clinical Geriatrics Author/Subject Index
JAGS AbstractsMusculoskeletal pain in older adults, despite high prevalence, is often intermittent.
PhotoDxMan with erythematous, scaly lesions on his foot, legs and thighs, was diagnosed with stasis dermatitis.
First Report®ID Week 2012: October 17-21, 2012; San Diego, CA
Physician's PerspectiveNext year, we will also begin to see the benefit of the Environmental Protection Agency’s new limits for mercury emissions and air toxins.
Case ReportFAPS, a variant of IBS, is uncommonly seen in the older population, but can present a diagnostic challenge to clinicians.
Case ReportBabesiosis is a rare but clinically important cause of generalized weakness in elderly patients.
Case ReportThe initial clinical features of refeeding syndrome are nonspecific and may go unrecognized, with potentially fatal outcomes.
Case ReportADIs are vital for enhancing independence in functionally impaired elders.
Sexual HealthThe three most common STDs in older adults include chlamydia, gonorrhea, and HIV.