From the Editor

From the Editor

Resistance of man and bug

Why individual clinicians make specific decisions usually can be sorted out. But our behavior as a group is more difficult to understand—and to...

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A guideline is like a prescription

We should not worship the idol of guidelines alone, but neither should we ignore them and make decisions based only on anecdote and experience.

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Autism in the office

To many, the image of autism is of a cute sandy-haired boy reciting the batting averages of baseball players. But the spectrum of autism is wide...

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Why not a shot of prevention?

Last year the flu season was surprisingly mild, but this should not lull us into a lackadaisical approach to offering vaccination to all of our...

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The ‘T’ in ITP remains

The "I" has changed its meaning and the "P" is not necessary to make the diagnosis, but the disease formerly known as idiopathic thrombocytopenic...

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Kidneys have a lot of nerve

Renal denervation shows promise. But hypertension is a heterogeneous condition, and the patient's underlying pathophysiology may dictate the...

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