- Gouverneur Outpatient: What are indications for treatment in essential thrombocythemia?
- Bellevue Inpatient: Are patients with discoid lupus erythematosus at risk for systemic lupus erythematosus?
- VA Inpatient: What is the risk of and differential diagnosis for recurrent Bell’s Palsy?
The NYU Langone Health Online Journal of Medicine
- Bellevue Outpatient: What are the indications for parathyroidectomy in patients with asymptomatic primary hyperparathyroidism?
- Bellevue Inpatient: What are treatments for acute dystonia?
- Tisch-Kimmel Inpatient: How does Glucagon treat beta-blocker toxicity?
By Akshay N. Pulavarty MPH
A quick look into the medicine cabinet of anyone sixty or older will likely reveal a statin. Primary prevention with high-intensity statins has substantially reduced the risk of atherosclerotic …
By Mahip Grewal
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is estimated to affect 25% of the world’s population.1 NAFLD is a spectrum of disease ranging from nonalcoholic fatty liver (NAFL), which is generally nonprogressive isolated …
By Hannah Kopinsky, MD
Appendicitis is the most common reason for urgent surgery related to abdominal pain in the US, with a lifetime incidence of 8.6% for men and 6.7% for women.1 The current standard …
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- Bellevue Inpatient: How is antithrombin deficiency treated?
- VA Outpatient: Does incidentally detected common bile duct dilation require further evaluation?
- Brooklyn Inpatient: What is Carnett’s sign?
- Tisch-Kimmel Inpatient: Is low voltage a sensitive marker for detecting pericardial effusions?
- Bellevue Inpatient: Is the use of rectal tubes supported in optimizing the healing of sacral ulcers?
- Bellevue Outpatient: What is the updated guidance regarding Hepatitis B vaccination?