Volume 61 - Issue 3 - March 2021

Consultant360

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Review Article
Review Article
03/13/2022
Although only a minority of patients with hypertension have secondary causes for it, identifying these patients is crucial, because treatment of the root cause may resolve or improve control of hypertension...
03/13/2022
Case In Point
Case In Point
10/01/2021
A 47-year-old woman with a history of systemic lupus erythematosus presented for neurologic evaluation due to diplopia and ptosis that she had noted upon awakening 2 days earlier.
10/01/2021
Photo Quiz
Photo Quiz
09/16/2021
A 28-year-old woman presented with worsening pruritic rash for 3 weeks after having visited Jamaica. The rash was located on all 4 extremities, her lower back, and the inferior aspects of both buttocks. ...
09/16/2021
Photoclinic
Photoclinic
06/30/2021
A 5-year-old boy presented to urgent care with a pruritic rash present on his elbows and knees. The rash had been present for approximately 1 month and had no known etiology.
06/30/2021
Photoclinic
Photoclinic
03/31/2021
A 57-year-old woman with a history of hypertension and polysubstance abuse presented with 2 weeks of progressive bilateral lower-extremity weakness.
03/31/2021
Photoclinic
Photoclinic
03/18/2021
A 12-month-old boy presented as an outpatient to a pediatrician with concern for a posterior cervical dimple.
03/18/2021
Case In Point
Case In Point
03/12/2021
A 39-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with altered mental status, ophthalmoplegia, paroxysms of extremity weakness associated with progressive ataxia, and diminished lower extremity...
03/12/2021
Photo Essay
Photo Essay
03/05/2021
In this photo essay, the authors outline cases of lumps and bumps, including genital warts.
03/05/2021
Photoclinic
Photoclinic
03/05/2021
Isolated unilateral oculomotor nerve paresis is a rare presentation of midbrain cerebrovascular accident. This report describes a case of isolated unilateral oculomotor nerve paresis resulting from a tiny...
03/05/2021
What's the Take Home?
What's the Take Home?
03/02/2021
In this column, we will continue discussing the 62-year-old man from last month’s column. The patient had been adherent to the prescribed treatment regimen and was doing well following his episode of...
03/02/2021