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Walk through this case of unexplained bruising in a young boy that proves signs and symptoms are not always what they appear to be.

A boy’s bald spot has been present since birth. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the most common congenital cicatricial alopecia.

Evidence from a meta-analysis of 11 clinical trials supports use of beta-blockers in all HFrEF patients, regardless of sex or age.

PCPs are effective in managing multiple risk factors at a single visit--just what the doctor ordered for the patient with angina.

What is the cause of this erythematous rash that appeared suddenly and spread rapidly on the child's trunk and extremities?

If the answer to the question "Does PSA screening save lives?" is "yes," where do we go from there?

Guttate and other psoriasis may be confused with other rashes and skin lesions. Scratch the surface of your knowledge with this crash quiz.

Headache was a hot topic at the AAN Annual Meeting, and several studies have added to the literature. This slideshow summarizes the latest.

Low thyroid function predisposes to weight gain, which may partly explain the association with higher risk of diabetes.

A young mother’s “high coloring” consists of papular, flesh-colored lesions that resemble telangiectasia. Can you ID?

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