Volume 57 - Issue 4 - April 2017

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Radiology Quiz
Radiology Quiz
10/29/2019

Andrew Henn, DO; Aaron Wolfe, DO; and Vikas Jain, MD

Andrew Henn, DO; Aaron Wolfe, DO; and Vikas Jain, MD
A woman presented to the ED after having had a headache for 3 days that she described as a constant, gradually worsening pain.
10/29/2019
Photo Essay
Photo Essay
12/28/2018
Here is a collection of 4 case reports about conditions affecting the lungs: fungal pneumonia, Legionnaire disease, rheumatoid lung nodules, and systemic lupus erythematosus.
12/28/2018
Surgery
Surgery
04/07/2017

John Chin, MD
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virginia

John Chin, MD Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virginia
Internal hernias occur as a late finding in 3% of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass patients from herniation of small bowel loops through a defect.
04/07/2017
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Pain is one of the most common presentations in primary care. However, this presentation may lead to an unexpected, and sometimes surprising, diagnosis.
04/07/2017
Pain Management
Pain Management
04/07/2017
Here is a series of cases with pain as the presenting symptom, including reports on hepatic abscess, hepatocellular carcinoma, leiomyoma, and epididymo-orchitis.
04/07/2017
Infectious Disease
Infectious Disease
04/07/2017

Travis Dichoso, MS
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine–Virginia, Blacksburg, Virginia

Morgan Jordan, BA
Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine–Carolinas, Spartanburg, South Carolina

Aristides C. C. Avgeris, MD; Allison Baroco, MD; and Atrac Kay, MD
Augusta Health, Fishersville, Virginia

Travis Dichoso, MS Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine–Virginia, Blacksburg, Vir...
Rhombencephalitis is a rare manifestation of infection with Listeria monocytogenes, developing in only 4.3% to 9% of cases of listerial infection with CNS involvement.
04/07/2017
04/07/2017

Sharon E. Joo, DO, MPH, and Pisespong Patamasucon, MD
University of Nevada School of Medicine, Las Vegas, Nevada

Sharon E. Joo, DO, MPH, and Pisespong Patamasucon, MDUniversity of Nevada School o...
Pott puffy tumor (osteomyelitis of the frontal bone with subperiosteal abscess) is a serious complication of recurrent sinus infections among adults.
04/07/2017
04/07/2017

EMILY N. KINSEY and BARBARA B. WILSON, MD
University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville

EMILY N. KINSEY and BARBARA B. WILSON, MDUniversity of Virginia School of Medicine, Cha...
Pyogenic granuloma typically develops as a small, pinhead-sized, erythematous papule on the skin or oral mucosal surface.
04/07/2017
Dermatologic Disorders
Dermatologic Disorders
04/06/2017

Michelle Dyrholm, MS-IV, and Emily Rubenstein, DO

Michelle Dyrholm, MS-IV, and Emily Rubenstein, DO
Tinea incognito is a dermatomycosis that presents as a result of the misuse of topical or systemic corticosteroids.
04/06/2017
Dermatologic Disorders
Dermatologic Disorders
04/06/2017

Michelle Dyrholm, MS-IV, and Emily Rubenstein, DO

Michelle Dyrholm, MS-IV, and Emily Rubenstein, DO
Tinea incognito is a dermatomycosis that presents as a result of the misuse of topical or systemic corticosteroids.
04/06/2017
Dermatologic Disorders
Dermatologic Disorders
04/06/2017

Michelle Dyrholm, MS-IV, and Emily Rubenstein, DO

Michelle Dyrholm, MS-IV, and Emily Rubenstein, DO
Tinea incognito is a dermatomycosis that presents as a result of the misuse of topical or systemic corticosteroids.
04/06/2017
04/06/2017

Stephen Colden Cahill, DO, and Schield Wikas, DO

Stephen Colden Cahill, DO, and Schield Wikas, DO
A 37-year-old woman had presented at the end of the summer with a pruritic rash, which had originally started on her neck then slowly progressed to the face, chest, shoulders, and arms.
04/06/2017
04/06/2017

Alexander K. C. Leung, MD, and Benjamin Barankin, MD

Alexander K. C. Leung, MD, and Benjamin Barankin, MD
Median nail dystrophy presents as a midline or paramedian canal, split, or ridge in the nail plate, beginning at or distal to the proximal nail fold.
04/06/2017
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Eric A. Dietrich, PharmD, BCPS, and Kyle Davis, PharmD, BCPS

Eric A. Dietrich, PharmD, BCPS, and Kyle Davis, PharmD, BCPS
Glimepiride, glipizide, and glyburide all lead to reductions in HbA1c on the order of 1% to 2%. But when should you use each?
04/06/2017
Neurology
Neurology
04/06/2017

Sheldon P. Hersh, MD, and Joshua N. Hersh, MD

Sheldon P. Hersh, MD, and Joshua N. Hersh, MD
Primary care providers should obtain hearing testing whenever a patient presents with a sudden change in hearing.
04/06/2017
Neurology
Neurology
04/06/2017

Sheldon P. Hersh, MD, and Joshua N. Hersh, MD

Sheldon P. Hersh, MD, and Joshua N. Hersh, MD
Primary care providers should obtain hearing testing whenever a patient presents with a sudden change in hearing.
04/06/2017
Neurology
Neurology
04/06/2017

Sheldon P. Hersh, MD, and Joshua N. Hersh, MD

Sheldon P. Hersh, MD, and Joshua N. Hersh, MD
Primary care providers should obtain hearing testing whenever a patient presents with a sudden change in hearing.
04/06/2017
Review Article
Review Article
04/06/2017

Suvash Shrestha, MD; On Chen, MD; Robert Frankel, MD; Yisachar Greenberg, MD; and Felix Yang, MD

Suvash Shrestha, MD; On Chen, MD; Robert Frankel, MD; Yisachar Greenberg, MD; and Felix...
In recent years, the use of DOACs has been increasing. All of these agents have demonstrated efficacy in the reduction of stroke and thromboembolic end points.
04/06/2017