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Letters to the Editor

Readers respond to ACP Internist's coverage. Regarding the article “Bringing Medicine to the Streets” in the July/August 2019 ACP Internist, I had the opportunity to know James S. ... I did have the opportunity on several cold winter nights to travel
September 2019

Letters to the Editor

David A. Gorelick, MD, PhD. Baltimore. Editor's response: The article's author, Kathy Holliman, clarifies that according to the experts she interviewed, internal medicine physicians should be referring complex cases ... For example, in February 2015, ACP
July 2016

Letters to the Editor

First, many physical examination maneuvers (tests) have well-established sensitivities and specificities, as useful to the clinician as those for laboratory tests. ... Second, the practice of predicting what a laboratory test might demonstrate based on
April 2018

Letter to the Editor

A different approach to pain. I read the article “Seeking clarity for opioid prescribing” in the April ACP Internist, and I believe it is time for the medical community to scale ... Overzealous efforts must be replaced by research-proven methods to
June 2015

Letters to the Editor

Reader comments on the role of ancillary services in an internal medicine practice, and on the need for attention to nutrition and lifestyle in caring for rheumatoid arthritis. ... As for the comment by ACP's senior associate Ms. Williams that these are
September 2010

Letters to the Editor

I could not find any symptoms or signs relating to the head or the nervous system. ... I suffered three more days of agony on ineffective proton pump inhibitors until readmission to the hospital and a hepatobiliary iminodiacetic acid scan revealed a
September 2011

Letter to the Editor

to point out until late in the piece the easiest and least expensive way to diagnose it—examine the patient. ... As a matter of fact, if the patient has good-quality pedal pulses it is unlikely that those above will be impaired; they need to be
May 2011

Combining education and advocacy at Internal Medicine 2008

By Janet Colwell, Editor. ... College members pushed for approval of $500 million to fund a Medicare pilot of the patient-centered medical home but it was a tough sell.
July 2008

Beyond the annual physical

But concepts such as bundled payments, comparative effectiveness and the patient-centered medical home seem certain to remain center stage. ... In an era when primary care physicians have less and less time to spend with their patients, the annual
January 2010

Climate change and consultation training

It is usually appropriate for consultants to explain to the patient what they have found and what recommendations they will make to the referring physician. ... If consultants have not yet discussed their findings with the patient, it's appropriate to do
January 2017

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