Physicians Perspective, DepartmentGuidelines may not be meant as such, but in most cases they serve as mandates and should be taken seriously.
Feature, Online ExclusiveThe following brief case vignette raises an important issue of incidental finding after screening imaging.
Pain Management, FeatureIn most patients, several opioids can be utilized, and the selection process is choosing an agent with which the prescriber has extensive experience.
Psychiatry, FeatureMild cognitive impairment is an emerging term for an intermediate stage between cognitive changes of normal aging and dementia in elderly people.
Feature, Trauma Care and the Older AdultAs the population ages, physicians will need to know the appropriate evaluation and treatment of Traumatic brain injury (TBI) in elderly patients.
Case Report, FeatureDementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) is common and often not recognized as distinct from Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
Psychiatry Rounds, FeatureThe amnestic episode is thought to be an intrapsychic defense, excluding painful memories from conscious awareness.
Top Story, Diabetes in the ElderlyThere are a number of reasons why the incidence and prevalence of diabetes increases with age.