Sep 2012
Vol. 61
No. 9

Applied Evidence

  • Applied Evidence

    Managing incontinence: A 2-visit approach

    Your patient has several pressing health issues, and then she “casually” mentions incontinence. Address her concerns—and keep the appointment on...

  • Applied Evidence

    Diagnostic puzzler: Hypertension in teen

    A routine hospitalization for drainage of a forearm abscess leads to the discovery of high blood pressure and hypokalemia in an adolescent male....

Clinical Inquiries

Commentary

Original Research

  • Original Research

    Aspirin for primary prevention of CVD: Are the right people using it?

    Not always. Aspirin therapy is both underused and overused, the authors found. Their research identified populations most likely to err in either...

Photo Rounds

PURLs

Supplements

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