The correct answer is A: Colchicine. This question can be found in MKSAP 15 in the Cardiology section, item 34.
The collocation concept extends to other departments, so that cardiologists will see outpatients in the office just down the hall from the inpatient cardiology ward.
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California Division of Research and senior consultant in cardiology at Kaiser Permanente.
division of cardiology at Denver Health Medical Center in Colorado.
Telemedicine is also useful for follow-up visits and drug refills, but there are gaps in certain clinical areas, particularly cardiology, said Dr.
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Berman, FACP, chief of cardiac imaging and nuclear cardiology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. ... I caution what this test does not do,” said cardiologist Helene Glassberg, MD, assistant professor medicine and cardiology at the University of