Infectious Diseases


Case Reports

Tonsillectomy for this 35-year-old patient?

► Is tonsillectomy an appropriate treatment modality for this adult patient’s refractory group A ß-hemolytic streptococcal pharyngitis, in light...

Applied Evidence

Beyond the bull's eye: Recognizing Lyme disease

A rash occurs in 80% of Lyme disease cases, but only about a third of the rashes develop into a classic bull's-eye lesion. Here’s what to look for...

Applied Evidence

HIV prevention: A 3-pronged approach

HIV infection may not command the headlines it once did, but the public health threat it poses is still formidable. These steps can help us get...