PhotoclinicA 58-year-old woman presented with 4 days of episodic fevers to 38.9°C, nausea with nonbilious and nonbloody vomitus, and pleuritic chest pain.
What's the Take Home?A 22-year-old college student collapsed while crossing the campus midday on his way to classes. He remained down until emergency personnel arrived on the scene.
Case In PointCMV neurologic disease can involve the brain, spinal cord, dorsal column nerve roots, or peripheral nerves.
PhotoclinicBenign tumors of the nipple such as FEP present a diagnostic challenge due to the rarity of growths arising in this area.
PhotoclinicTreatment usually is with long-term intravenous sodium thiosulfate, along with wound care and pain management.
PhotoclinicCriteria have been established for the diagnosis of idiopathic multicentric Castleman disease, but no official criteria exist for the diagnosis of unicentric Castleman disease.
EditorialHappy New Year! Welcome to the first issue of the 58th year of Consultant’s publication.
OncologyHere is a series of 4 case reports pertaining to cancerous conditions.
Controversies in Clinical CareAs of 2015, an estimated 30.2 million (12.2%) Americans aged 18 or older had diabetes.
Photo QuizDC predominantly affects older men of Northern European descent and DC affects the palmar fascia.
Diabetes Q&AInsulin pump therapy may be started for a variety of reasons, from simple convenience to the presence of severe glucose-control problems.
What's Your Diagnosis?Histologic results of a skin biopsy revealed hyperkeratosis and parakeratosis in the epidermis and extravasation of erythrocytes.