There's rarely a time when only disease-modifying therapy is what's right for the patient, or only comfort measures. Having an integrated plan is best.
Myths about celiac disease still abound, despite greater awareness and a booming market of gluten-free foods.
One common error is to assume that anaphylaxis isn't present because the patient doesn't have hypotension or shock.
Start by looking at whether a DVT was provoked or unprovoked, as well as at the type of provoking factors.
All members are encouraged to attend from 12:45 to 1.45 p.m. in Room 108.
Patrick E. Young, MD, FACP, Chair of this year's Scientific Program Committee, will moderate “Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 Highlights: Key Messages You'll Want to Take Home.”