Health & Medicine Journal & Academic : Health & Medical
In this study, three hematology analyzers -- the Cell-Dyn Sapphire, DxH-800, and XN-2000 -- are evaluated for repeatability, linearity, and carryover.
This report documents a case of intravascular lymphoma, a rare and aggressive variant of extranodal non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
This 23-year-old man presented to the ER with a twelve-hour history of severe right upper and lower quadrant pain. What was the unusual diagnosis?
Can a private practice flourish pharma-free? See how one small family medicine practice accomplished it.
The clinical significance of the TNM grading system for colorectal cancer would be enhanced if we treat EX as a new categorization.
Learn more about what's needed to drive creative solutions for increasing the NP workforce -- and meeting the health needs of this aging nation.
Pulmonary embolism is easily missed, often presenting in primary care with myalgia or a simple cough. Which diagnostic prediction models for suspected PE are the most reliable?
This study identified numerous misconceptions regarding the causes of breast cancer in a group of low-income African-American women. Did these misperceptions affect their participation in screening?
What's the effect of oral and injectable glucose-lowering drugs on established risk factors and cardiovascular outcomes?
Point-of-care glucose testing is widely used in primary care, in the home, and where lab testing isn't readily available. But how accurate is it compared to laboratory testing?
Can medical abortion be administered as safely and effectively in a family medicine practice as in a specialized clinic?
Does 100-mg of sildenafil provide superior clinical benefit in treating erectile dysfunction than a 50-mg dose?
We reviewed the results of all breast core needle biopsies with a diagnosis of atypical ductal hyperplasia (ADH) or atypia not otherwise specified and subsequent excisional biopsies for a 50-month period and correlated the results.
Although ER or PR expression is decreased in HER-2+ tumors, a substantial proportion of them still express ER or PR.
How do sudden infant deaths often occur and how can these tragedies be prevented? This new study explains.
With the shift in genetic testing from targeted approaches to broader ones that look at the entire genome, incidental findings are likely to increase. What are the ramifications?