Kathryn P. Trayes, Katherine Savage, James S. Studdiford
Many diseases present with cutaneous annular lesions, making distinction by physical appearance alone challenging. This review highlights the physical appearance and history of presentation of these skin findings, which can aid in diagnosing common and uncommon diseases....
Blair A. Becker, Marc A. Childress
Many common foot problems do not require podiatry referral or complex interventions and are best managed with appropriate over-the-counter treatments and home care, with careful guidance from a family physician. Treatments can include nonprescription medications, modified...
Linda Prine, Meera Shah
Although most long-acting reversible contraception insertions and removals are straightforward, with the rise in the use of intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants, clinicians are more likely to encounter challenges with these procedures. Uterine structure can pose...
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Corey Fogleman, Lara Kobrin
Are feed thickeners an effective treatment for the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux (GER) in formula-fed infants?
Dustin K. Smith, Paul Seales, Sajeewane Seales
Are lower blood pressure (BP) targets for patients with hypertension and a history of cardiovascular disease associated with decreased morbidity and mortality?
R. William Field
Protracted exposure to radon decay products is the leading environmental cause of cancer mortality in the United States.1,2 Family physicians play a key role in informing their patients about the health risks posed by radon exposure and in recommending proactive actions to...
J. Thomas Landers, John D. Peters
A 19-year-old man with autism presented with a solitary erythematous nodule on his chin that had been present for three months. The patient's mother thought the lesion was not particularly painful or pruritic, but she occasionally noticed him picking at the spot. They had not...
What are the effectiveness, comparative effectiveness, and adverse effects of interventions for insomnia disorder in adults?
Key Points for Practice
Michael Erlandson, Suzanne Hutchison, Laurie C. Ivey, Denise Ogden, Kenyon Weidle
What dietary changes are effective in relieving the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?
Study Population: More than 3,000 women (17 trials) who had just had cesarean section, mostly from the Middle East and Asia
Mary Elise Lynch, MaryAnn Dakkak
Caution: If you have diabetes or blood vessel disease in your feet, you need special care. Talk to your doctor about any foot problems you are having.
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