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Relax, kick off your shoes, and examine common foot disorders | ACP Internist

To diagnose foot pain, start with its location, hindfoot, midfoot, or forefoot, according to one physician who treats military members and other high-performance athletes.
June 2017

Noninvasive treatment almost always best for knee pain | ACP Internist

Knee symptoms are the most common musculoskeletal reason why patients visit their doctors, and in most cases, except when breaks or infection is suspected, physicians should recommend the use of nonsurgical treatments first.
April 2016

Warning about different doses for 2 forms of posaconazole | ACP Internist

This update covers a warning that differences in dosing regimens between the 2 oral formulations of posaconazole (Noxafil) have resulted in dosing errors.
March 2016

Warning about contrast agents, reviews under way on Stalevo | ACP Internist

Recalls, warnings, approvals and other regulatory news.
November 2010

Boxed warning for metoclopramide, alert for zonisamide | ACP Internist

A summary of approvals, recalls, warnings and alerts.
April 2009

Internal Medicine 2011 offers several new pre-courses | ACP Internist

New offerings at ACP's annual meeting will include learning how to use portable ultrasound technology, the anatomy behind and diagnoses of common orthopedic complains, and an expanded neurological course including headache, dizziness and stroke.
March 2011

Spare the emergency visit for skin and soft-tissue infections | ACP Internist

Internists can save patients the anxiety, time and expense of an emergency department visit by screening for severity of most infections, experts say. The focus should be on acuteness and the factors surrounding onset of symptoms.
November 2012

New cardiac warning for fluoroquinolones | ACP Internist

This column reviews details on recent recalls, warnings, and approvals.
February 2019

Now trending: Internal medicine podcasts for education | ACP Internist

Medical podcasts, videos, and other social media won't replace traditional medical education, yet they have grown to become part of the modern physician's learning toolkit.
October 2018

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