Unable to undergo cholecystectomy, a 47-year-old woman undergoes a hybrid percutaneous endoscopic removal of 82 gallstones and cystic duct stones with remarkable results.
This case illustrates the diagnosis and treatment of syphilis, a reemerging condition worth a quick refresher for clinicians.
A new protocol for enhanced recovery for bariatric surgery patients emphasizes pain control with minimal use of opioids. Stacy Brethauer, MD, explains.
Multimodality imaging is providing a more nuanced picture of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, especially in the growing number of cases with little or no septal thickness.
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A case of developmental delay, hypotonia and macrocephaly in a toddler leads to discovery of identical PTEN gene mutations in multiple family members, thanks to a multidisciplinary PTEN clinic.
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How patients make us feel should not be underappreciated. Taking care of other human beings is a complex, intricate, intimate privilege. To characterize it as anything else — to simply consumerize it — is to not fully understand it.
The first case series outside Japan suggests this novel approach holds potential advantages over other radiosurgery strategies in survival, convenience and radiobiological effects.
LiSWT is being explored for ED and chronic pelvic pain in men, producing painless procedures without the need for general or local anesthetic. Is it an alternative to on-demand therapies?
Does the addition of intra-articular HA injections to PT have a synergistic effect in alleviating pain and reducing disability in patients with knee OA?