A 52-year-old woman presented to her family physician (FP) with many growths on her face that she first noticed a year earlier. The FP noted a particularly large one that was near the angle of the right jaw. She had no symptoms and no history of skin cancer. She was otherwise healthy.
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In this month’s audiocast, Dr. Campos-Outcalt details 2 US Preventive Services Task Force recommendations regarding the use of electrocardiography to prevent cardiovascular disease events and to identify patients with atrial fibrillation.