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04:19 EDT 6th April 2020 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 360 from The Journal of family practice

Surgery for shoulder pain? Think twice.

Food insecurity: how to recognize and address it.

Certain factors put different patient populations at risk. A 2-question survey can help identify families that are food insecure.

Conservative care or surgery for rotator cuff tears?

Selecting the appropriate Tx for the patient's circumstances- including age, activity level, and the size and depth of the tear-boosts the chances of a favorable outcome.

Refining your approach to hypothyroidism treatment.

Thyroid hormone supplementation can be complicated by a number of factors. These tips can help to ensure that you provide the best treatment possible.

ACIP vaccination update.

Revisions for HepA concern homelessness, HIV, and vaccine catch-up. MenB booster is advised for those still at increased risk 1 year after completing a primary series.

PURL: NPH insulin: It remains a good option.

NPH insulin holds its own against basal insulin analogs-and it's cheaper.

5-year-old boy • behavioral issues • elevated ALT and AST levels • Dx?

► Behavioral issues (impulsiveness, aggression) ► Liver edge 1 cm below costal margin ► Elevated ALT and AST levels.

Fever, abdominal pain, and adnexal mass.

A CT scan pointed to a surgical emergency. But what surgeons found was not the small bowel obstruction they were expecting.

A rarely discussed aspect of the opioid crisis.

Are computers and AI prompting us to think less.

Avoiding missteps in BP measurement.

Making sure a patient is seated properly is just one way to ensure an accurate measurement. But steering clear of certain methods of measurement in particular patient populations is also important.

Chronic anterior knee pain.

Palpation of the knee yielded a key diagnostic sign.

Does screening by primary care providers effectively detect melanoma and other skin cancers?

Treatment Patterns and Unmet Needs in the Acute Treatment of Migraine.

Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics of Ubrogepant: A Potent, Selective Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor Antagonist for the Acute Treatment of Migraine.

Clinical Efficacy and Safety of Ubrogepant for the Acute Treatment of Migraine.

General Migraine Background.

Treatment Patterns and Unmet Needs in the Acute Treatment of Migraine.

Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics of Ubrogepant: A Potent, Selective Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor Antagonist for the Acute Treatment of Migraine.

Clinical Efficacy and Safety of Ubrogepant for the Acute Treatment of Migraine.

How to help patients become successful diabetes self-managers.

10 proven strategies to help patients maintain weight loss.

Patients' chances of keeping off weight long-term improve with evidence-based interventions, such as a sound diet, more exercise, and attention to more thoughtful eating habits.

Scabies: Refine your exam, avoid these diagnostic pitfalls.

Nearly half of all infections are missed when first examined. Attentiveness to specific details, particularly in 3 common scenarios, can help ensure an accurate Dx.

How fast do scabies mites move? Dermoscopy video answers that question.

PSA cancer screening: a case for shared decision-making.

Whether to screen for prostate cancer using PSA testing is a difficult decision for many men. Here's the information you need to help them make an educated choice.


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