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Patient's doubts about diagnosis prompt a second opinion

A 61-year-old retired military officer presented to a local hospital in the Midwest with flank pain and E. coli bacteremia.
1 Mar 2008

ACP Master aims to make a difference in the public's health

Griffin P. Rodgers, MACP.
1 Apr 2008

In-office lab tests augment patient self-education efforts

Fifth in a six-part series on small practice issues.
1 May 2008

Mindful Medicine: Don't let emotion impede right diagnosis

A case study shows how affective errors can lead to a missed diagnosis, by Jerome Groopman, FACP and Pamela Hartzband, FACP.
1 Sep 2008

MKSAP case study: menorrhagia

A MKSAP case study of menorrhagia marks the return of this popular feature to ACP Internist.
1 Sep 2008

Mindful medicine: Perils of diagnosing the physician-patient

A physician diagnoses himself, leaving a colleague to undo some of the mistaken thinking and come up with a simple diagnosis.
1 Jan 2009

The search for answers is in his blood (and yours)

Joel Moake, FACP, explains his four-decades-long pursuit of new information in the field of hemostasis/thrombosis, and what attracted him to internal medicine.
1 Jul 2009


Included in this month's listings are former ACP President Ralph O. Wallerstein, MACP.
1 Jul 2009

What's new in ACP Hospitalist

What's new in ACP Hospitalist and other College publications, including a review of the impact of ICU glucose control for critically ill patients and the highly anticipated launch of MKSAP 15.
1 Jul 2009

MKSAP Quiz: Fatigue, malaise, fever, and epistaxis

A 30-year-old woman is evaluated in the emergency department of a community hospital for a 2-week history of fatigue, malaise, low-grade fever, and intermittent epistaxis. Her husband states that she has been forgetful and occasionally confused during this period. Physical examination reveals bruises over the upper and lower extremities and palatal petechiae. Laboratory studies indicate a hemoglobin of 7.2 g/dL (72 g/L), leukocyte count of 9600/##mu;L (9.6 ##times; 109/L), platelet count of 12,000/##mu;L (12 ##times; 109/L), and serum lactate dehydrogenase concentration of 1700 U/L. The peripheral blood smear is shown. Plasma exchange is unavailable. What is the most appropriate next step in management?.
1 Feb 2010

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