Clinical Correlations

The NYU Langone Health Online Journal of Medicine


Chiefs’ Inquiry Corner — 7/26/21

  • Tisch-Kimmel Inpatient: In patients with esophageal varices, is there any harm or decreased benefit to using B1-selective beta blockers with easier dosing schedules (such as metoprolol XL) over propranolol?
  • Bellevue Inpatient: In patients with tachycardia-induced cardiomyopathy, how long on average does it take for the ejection fraction to improve after treating the underlying arrhythmia?
  • NYU Brooklyn:  Are high sensitivity troponins reliable in patients with kidney impairment?

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Eponyms: Janeway Lesions

Class Act 5 min read

By Zoe Lawrence, MD

Peer Reviewed

The patient is a 43-year-old intravenous drug user who presents to the emergency department with a few days of fevers and malaise. On exam, he is febrile to …

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Chiefs’ Inquiry Corner — 7/19/21

  • Tisch-Kimmel Inpatient: Does the addition of antimicrobial therapy confer any benefit on mortality or nonelective respiratory hospitalization in adults with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis?
  • Bellevue Inpatient: What are the guidelines/consensus statement on perioperative management of endocrine medications?
  • VA Outpatient: Is there a relationship between intensity of statin therapy and muscle symptoms?

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Connected Distance

Clinical Correlations is proud to present our section for humanism in medicine, Tales from the Bedside, where we showcase our community’s unique and diverse experiences as physicians and …

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Chiefs’ Inquiry Corner – 7/12/21

  • NYU Brooklyn: What is the triad characterized by Felty Syndrome (FS)?
  • Bellevue Inpatient: In patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), is there an increased risk for coronary artery disease? 
  • VA Outpatient: How should recent changes in guidelines affect our colorectal cancer (CRC) screening practices?

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