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MKSAP Quiz: aching in joints of hands and knees

BPH drug may lower prostate cancer incidence, effect on mortality unknown
6 Apr 2010

More recalls, information on impurity found in ARBs

This column reviews details on recent recalls, warnings, and approvals.
1 Jan 2019

USPSTF recommends against prostate-specific antigen screening

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released its final recommendations on prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening today, recommending against using the test for prostate cancer screening in men of all ages in the general population.
22 May 2012

Communication skills vital to cancer conversations

Cancer patients want information, but not in a way that makes them lose hope. Effective shared decision making and risk communication strategies can help.
1 Sep 2013

When and how to use new phone and Internet E/M coding

There are three new codes for providing E/M over the telephone and one new code for E/M services provided via Internet resources.
1 Apr 2008

Reimbursement cuts improved evidence-based use of prostate drugs

MKSAP Quiz: managing risk factors
9 Nov 2010

Statins may reduce recurrence risk after radical prostatectomy

Not too late to earn Medicare bonus payment
29 Jun 2010

Internist searches for answers when test results go missing

An internist is surprised by a patient's previous blood work, which shows a dramatic rise in PSA levels. There is no evidence in the medical record that the patient was informed of, or that the internist acted upon, the prior abnormal PSA result. However, the internist is certain she never saw it. What should she do next?.
1 Apr 2009

A1c predicts cardiovascular disease, death in nondiabetics

A1c predicts cardiovascular disease, death in nondiabeticsGuidelines suggest more informed consent for prostate cancer screening
9 Mar 2010

Large numbers of elderly patients with low life expectancy still receiving unnecessary cancer screens

A substantial proportion of patients with limited life expectancy are receiving prostate, breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screenings that are unlikely to benefit them, a recent study found.
26 Aug 2014

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