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Managing ENT problems in primary care | ACP Internist

The most common ear, nose, and throat conditions of sinusitis, hearing loss, vertigo, and tinnitus can be evaluated and treated in the primary care office, but the internist must take care to work through the wide range of symptoms.

QD: News Every Day--8 guidelines given for acute otitis externa : ACP Internist

New guidelines are intended to help primary care providers treat acute otitis externa, according to The American Academy of Otolaryngology—H...

Sore throats #thefineprint : ACP Internist

Saying that sore throats are simple has become a trope, as thus many physicians do not seem to have a thoughtful approach to adolescent/youn...

Click here for important new guidelines! : ACP Internist

Our analyses of InternistWeekly email readership have revealed that our subscribers are particularly interested in any news involving guide...

Why does sore throat diagnosis and management cause controversy? : ACP Internist

In 2007, Malcolm Gladwell spoke to the Society of Medical Decision Making in Pittsburgh. In his talk concerning decision making, he used sor...

QD: News Every Day--Medical societies release top-five lists of overused medical tests : ACP Internist

Nine leading physician specialty societies including ACP have identified the top-five overused tests or procedures in their respective field...

The challenge of 'evidence based' sore throat guidelines : ACP Internist

In 2007, Matthys and colleagues published a classic article: Matthys J, De Meyere M, van Driel ML, De Sutter A. Differences among internati...

November/December 2017 | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

The absence of evidence is not the same as evidence against : ACP Internist

We have a huge dilemma in this era of evidence-based medicine. We expect an evidence review to help us make clinical decisions. But sometime...

Interpreting the new sore throat article : ACP Internist

First, this study required the work of a large team. The main work happened in 2 places, a research microbiology laboratory and our college ...

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