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The Newest Primary Care Drugs

In the last few months, the FDA has approved almost a dozen medications for a variety of primary care disorders.

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Subepithelial lesion in the antrum

The incidental finding was noted during screening endoscopy for Barrett's esophagus. Do you know what the next steps are?

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CHA2DS2-VASc scoring system

What is your command of the components of this risk prediction tool for patients with atrial fibrillation? Find out with our 4-question quiz.

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