Active IBD poses a greater risk than continuing drug therapy.
A centennial year update on immunization, epidemiology, transmission, and treatment of influenza.
Concern about this rare complication has led to a decrease in bisphosphonate use.
Several recent studies suggest how doctors can better treat acute pain to prevent chronic opioid use.
Options include locally applied estrogens, DHEA, and estrogen receptor agonists/antagonists.
Before menopause, most simple cysts smaller than 5 cm resolve in 2 to 3 menstrual cycles and need no further intervention.
The Clinical Picture
Causes include nutritional deficiencies, local and systemic factors, and drug treatment.
Internists can reduce the risks by optimizing glycemic control before conception and providing effective counseling.
Options: volume repletion, antiemetics, antiepileptics, NSAIDs, corticosteroids, and magnesium sulfate. Avoid opioids.