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Magazine articles on medical practice and technical issues of treatment.
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Managed Care
March 2005
Thomas Morrow
Aptamers: Slowing Progression of AMD A single strand of nucleic acid may hold the key to treating the leading cause of severe vision loss and blindness resulting from age-related macular degeneration. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Fast Company
April 2005
Curtis Sittenfeld
Get Well Soon! MinuteClinic offers instant fixes for common ailments -- at your local big-box retailer. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
American Family Physician
March 15, 2005
Paul T. Giboney
Mildly Elevated Liver Transaminase Levels in the Asymptomatic Patient Mild elevations in liver chemistry tests can reveal serious underlying conditions or have transient and benign etiologies. If elevations persist after an appropriate period of observation, further testing may include ultrasonography and other serum studies. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
American Family Physician
March 15, 2005
Swartz & Longwell
Treatment of Vertigo As patients age, vertigo becomes an increasingly common presenting complaint. Most cases of vertigo can be diagnosed clinically and managed in the primary care setting. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
American Family Physician
March 15, 2005
Lockman et al.
Treatment of Cholesterol Abnormalities The relationship between coronary heart disease and elevated cholesterol levels has been recognized for many years, but now studies show an improvement in patient-oriented outcomes in patients receiving drug therapy. mark for My Articles 746 similar articles
American Family Physician
March 15, 2005
Simerville, Maxted & Pahira
Urinalysis: A Comprehensive Review Although urinalysis is not recommended as a routine screening tool, physicians should know how to interpret urinalysis results correctly. This article reviews the correct method for performing urinalysis and the differential diagnosis for several abnormal results. mark for My Articles 110 similar articles
American Family Physician
March 15, 2005
Mark H. Ebell
Evaluating the Patient with a Knee Injury What is the most appropriate evaluation for a patient with an acute knee injury? Traditionally, physical examination maneuvers, such as the Lachman test, the pivot shift, the anterior drawer, and the McMurray test, have been recommended for patients with acute or subacute knee injury. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
American Family Physician
March 15, 2005
Paul Gross
Diary From a Week in Pactice A family practitioner comes up with an easy diagnosis... Is bothered by the management of warfarin... Is touched by patient correspondence... etc. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
March 14, 2005
Carol Marie Cropper
The Robot Is In -- And Ready To Operate More and more surgeries -- from prostate to heart -- are being performed by doctors remotely guiding robotic arms. mark for My Articles 271 similar articles
American Family Physician
March 1, 2005
Apgar, Greenberg & Yen
Prevention of Group B Streptococcal Disease in the Newborn Group B streptococcus (GBS) is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality among newborns. Universal screening for GBS among women at 35 to 37 weeks of gestation is more effective than administration of intrapartum antibiotics based on risk factors. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
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