Volume 43 - Issue 8 - August 2003

Consultant

04/30/2011
By Dr Kelley Myers
By Dr Kelley Myers
A 59-year-old man, who was unable to walk, was brought to the emergency department with severe leg pain, worsening weakness, increasing fatigue, chills, an
04/30/2011
04/30/2011
By Dr Ted Rosen
By Dr Ted Rosen
For 3 weeks, an extremely painful lesion had been present on the right ankle of a 46-year-old man.
04/30/2011
04/30/2011

By Drs John Whyte and Anthony Filly

By Drs John Whyte and Anthony Filly
Twenty-four hours after a car accident, a 47-year-old man with chronic low back pain-which had been diagnosed years earlier as "arthritis" of the spine-presented with back and...
04/30/2011
04/30/2011
By YUSUF YAZICI, MD
Long Island College Hospital and
the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York
DORUK ERKAN, MD
Hospital for Special Surgery, New York
RACHELLE SCOTT, MD
Cornell University
STEPHEN PAGET, MD
Cornell University
By YUSUF YAZICI, MDLong Island College Hospital and the Hospital for Special Surgery, ...
This disorder-also known as scleroderma (SD)-affects the skin and internal organs and is characterized by fibrotic arteriosclerosis of peripheral and visce
04/30/2011
04/30/2011
By Clarence William Brown, Jr, MD and Stephanie F. Marschall, MD
By Clarence William Brown, Jr, MD and Stephanie F. Marschall, MD
This inflammatory myopathy is believed to be related to immune-mediated muscle damage.1 An increased incidence of malignancy is associated with
04/30/2011
04/30/2011
By YUSUF YAZICI, MD
Long Island College Hospital and
the Hospital for Special Surgery, New York
DORUK ERKAN, MD
Hospital for Special Surgery, New York
RACHELLE SCOTT, MD
Cornell University
STEPHEN PAGET, MD
Cornell University
By YUSUF YAZICI, MDLong Island College Hospital and the Hospital for Special Surgery, ...
The manifestations of this multisystem disorder range from relatively benign, self-limited cutaneous involvement to severe, potentially fatal systemic illn
04/30/2011
Case Report
Case Report
04/30/2011

By Major Chad M. Sisk, DO

By Major Chad M. Sisk, DO
For 6 weeks, a 29-year-old previously healthy man had between 10 and 15 episodes daily of small-volume bloody diarrhea with intermittent paraumbilical pain.
04/30/2011
04/30/2011
By Drs Jack-Ky Wang and Anna Mies Richie
By Drs Jack-Ky Wang and Anna Mies Richie
At 37 weeks' gestation, a 27-year-old woman (gravida 1, para 0) presented with increasing vaginal pain and a yellowish white discharge of 1 week's duration
04/30/2011