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Diagnosing a disorder with few symptoms | ACP Internist

Hypercalcemia can have absent, few or nondifferential symptoms, but the condition can indicate the presence of major diseases such as breast cancer ...

Better treatment, low awareness for hepatitis C | ACP Internist

Amid rising rates of long-term hepatitis C infection, particularly among older populations, better treatments are able to treat the condition. But first, patients ...

Miserable symptoms mark chronic sinusitis | ACP Internist

Chronic sinusitis, an illness that can feel as symptomatically miserable as congestive heart failure or rheumatoid arthritis, is often misdiagnosed or ...

The best self-management is 'specific, do-able and realistic' ...

Second in a three-part series: Simple ways to engage patients in their own health care.

Barrett's esophagus: screening guidelines are in flux over ...

Barrett's esophagus, which is associated with chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease and is sometimes a precursor to cancer.

Treat metabolic syndrome's many components | ACP Internist

Metabolic syndrome's prevalence has rapidly advanced in just the past decade. But medical societies don't recommend treating it as a distinct entity. ...

Visits can be more productive when patients set the agenda ...

First in a three-part series: Motivational interviewing is one technique for engaging patients and developing strategies that work.

Elusive Sjogren's manageable—if diagnosed | ACP Internist

Lack of awareness compounds a condition that is exceedingly difficult to diagnose. Experts offer signs and symptoms for ruling it out or diagnosing ...