Volume 45 - Issue 8 - August 2005

Consultant360

10/02/2017

 CHRISTINE SAVAGE, MD, E. WILLIAM ST CLAIR, MD, and JOHN S. SUNDY, MD, PhD

 CHRISTINE SAVAGE, MD, E. WILLIAM ST CLAIR, MD, and JOHN S. SUNDY, MD, P...
Early treatment with disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs)—alone or in combination— can prevent joint damage and minimize disability.
10/02/2017
What's Your Diagnosis?
What's Your Diagnosis?
04/19/2014

ALEXANDER K. C. LEUNG, MD, MARIA FINCATI, MD, and HENRY SCHNEIDERMAN, MD—Series Editor


ALEXANDER K. C. LEUNG, MD, MARIA FINCATI, MD, and HENRY SCHNEIDERMAN, MD—Series Editor ...
A 69-year-old man seen because of a pruritic pretibial rash of 3 months' duration. The rash started as reddish brown papules that slowly enlarged and changed.
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04/30/2011

STEVEN Q. WANG, MD

STEVEN Q. WANG, MD
The incidence of malignant melanoma has been rising at an alarming rate, and there is still no cure.
04/30/2011
tips and tricks
tips and tricks
04/27/2011
Tie the Knot, Prewritten Postpartum Prescriptions Save Time, Cut Casts—and Costs, Solution for a Sticky Summer Situation
04/27/2011
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08/20/2005
What underlies the tender erythematous lesions on the hand and elbow of a patient with no history of recent trauma?
08/20/2005
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Physical examination reveals a palpable mass within the patient’s left lower lid. To what diagnosis do the clinical picture and MRI scan point?
08/20/2005
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The patient is a 48-year-old married woman with 2 grown children. She began to have occasional headaches when she was 7 years old.
08/20/2005
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08/20/2005
How can repeated visits to the emergency department (ED) for asthma exacerbations best be avoided?
08/20/2005
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08/20/2005
These ocular changes occurred in an adolescent girl who had become irritable, anxious, and depressed in recent months. What’s the connection?
08/20/2005
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08/20/2005
A 68-year-old white man complained of a painful “raw” lip that had gradually developed over several years.
08/20/2005
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08/20/2005
A 62-year-old woman with a 25-year history of dyspnea was hospitalized because of hypoxemia.
08/20/2005
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08/20/2005
Two days after cleaning her attic, a 45-year-old woman presented with several very tender ulcers on her lower mid-abdomen, low-grade fever, and headache.
08/20/2005
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07/20/2005
A tender nodule; an itchy truncal rash; multiple pruritic eruptions—can you identify the disorders pictured here?
07/20/2005
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07/20/2005
Douse the Fire of Seabather’s Eruption With Vinegar While spending a month in Cuba, my travel companion experienced seabather’s eruption, which was described by Drs Mary Sy and Gary Williams in their Photo...
07/20/2005
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07/20/2005
In most cases, the only sign of infection is an unexplained elevation in liver enzyme levels. Your challenge: to unmask the disease so that patients can benefit from the latest advances in therapy.
07/20/2005