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Jan 1, 2018 Issue
Tuberculosis: Guidelines for Diagnosis from the ATS, IDSA, and CDC [Practice Guidelines]
Persons with Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection may have no clinical evidence of disease and present asymptomatically, known as latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI) or symptomatically, known as tuberculosis (TB). The American Thoracic Society (ATS), Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), a...
A man presented with right-sided neck, throat, and ear pain after a five-mile run.
Diagnosing pulmonary hypertension can be challenging because of nonspecific symptoms that may be attributed to comorbidities. Using a stepwise approach, physicians can minimize risks and avoid unnecessary testing. Treatment generally focuses on the underlying condition and may involve referral to an expert center.
Sarcoidosis should be suspected in young and middle-aged persons with shortness of breath, unexplained cough, or constitutional symptoms. Learn the criteria for diagnosis, how to determine prognosis, and about the most common treatment options.
Learn how nodule size and probability of malignancy should guide subsequent imaging and follow-up for solitary pulmonary nodules.
Studies show that none were helped and the impact of harms such as decreased oxygen saturation and tachycardia was uncertain.
This guideline on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of bronchiolitis in children one to 23 months of age from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) updates a previous guideline published in 2006.
Find out how to determine the origin of bleeding, when to order computed tomography, and which patients should be admitted to the hospital for further evaluation.