Jul 2014
Vol. 63
No. 7

Applied Evidence

  • Applied Evidence

    4 EKG abnormalities: What are the lifesaving diagnoses?

    These conditions may not have associated findings on physical exam. See if you can make the diagnosis based on the EKG tracings.

  • Applied Evidence

    HIV screening: How we can do better

    The CDC and USPSTF recommend routine HIV screening of adults. This review of the tests at your disposal, and a new diagnostic algorithm from the...

Case Reports

  • Case Reports

    Young girl with lower leg rash

    Our patient had initially been given a diagnosis of subacute spongiotic dermatitis. But the rash didn’t respond to treatment. Another lab test...

Clinical Inquiries


Medical Verdicts

Original Research

  • Original Research

    A way to reverse CAD?

    Though current medical and surgical treatments manage coronary artery disease, they do little to prevent or stop it. Nutritional intervention, as...


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