The risk includes a 1.99X higher risk for stroke and 1.93X higher risk of CV mortality.
A 26-year-old woman with a long history of type I diabetes mellitus (DM) presents to the emergency department (ED) with 6 days of severe nausea and anorexia.
The 26-year-old patient has a history of type 1 diabetes; no other prior medical or surgical history. Antiemetics have failed. Can you Dx?
When should you test for Helicobacter pylori? For what conditions is H pylori a risk factor? And one more question, here.
The authors present a case of AL amyloidosis with rare GI involvement and an equally rare presenting symptom.
Our short case-study quiz will test your recall of current standard of care for EoE.
During the course of pain management with opioids, the line between relief and complications may be thin. At ACG 2015, the problems and solutions were covered.
Nearly 1/3 of C. difficile cases are community-acquired, placing the infection squarely in the sights of primary care physicians. A review from ACG 2015, here.