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What do you make of this odd rash on the ankle of an otherwise healthy boy?

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The "bruise" arose after the 20-month-old bumped his cheek on a piece of furniture 1 month ago. Can you identify the lesion?

You may think you and your staff are on top of this problem. Results of a survey performed during a pertussis outbreak may help you think twice.

Microorganisms encountered during early-life animal exposure may increase risk for respiratory infections but also decrease risk of asthma via immune modulation.

Black populations may be disproportionately affected by LABA risks. A new study finds replacement of LABA with tiotropium did not improve outcomes.

The authors present a case of AL amyloidosis with rare GI involvement and an equally rare presenting symptom.

Puzzle out the cause of an unusual bruise on the ankle of a young boy in this slide show based on a true story.

A new study found no major structural effect on the knee joint after 2 years of intra-articular steroid injections.

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