Chronic sinusitis can make a patient's life miserable, but it's often a difficult diagnosis to parse.
Continuous glucose monitoring is a complex task, even for physicians. Internists will have to step in to help endocrinologists manage the rising population of type 1 diabetics.
This issue highlights events at Internal Medicine 2008, the College's annual meeting.
A round-up of this issue's articles on multiple sclerosis; conference coverage from Digestive Disease Week; our latest columns.
Two frequently missed diagnosesâ€”intimate partner violence and SjÃ¶gren's syndromeâ€”are the focus of this month's issue.
While the presidential candidates debate different strategies for reforming the ailing U.S. health care system, ACP has been quietly working toward change.
There's been a lot of talk in the media lately about physicians' enthusiasm for social networking. But how will it impact on the way they practice medicine?.
Washington, D.C., is lending not just a location but also a theme to many of the offerings at Internal Medicine 2008.
James Hennessey, FACP, reports on a young woman's elevated testosterone level, and how he made a diagnosis even though the lab results and imaging conflicted. Our diagnostic experts consider confirmation bias and how this internist sidestepped being
Looking back at the history of health care reform to gain insight on the future of primary care medicine.