A CME Journal for GPs and MD Physicians

Vol 1 No 2, May 2010

FEATURE ARTICLES

Cough: A distressing symptom to a child and a challenge to a physician

Atypical Celiac Disease: Could You Be Missing This Common Problem?

Skin Disorders in Older Adults: Dermatoses Related to Scratching, Rubbing, and Impaired Epidermal Integrity, Part 1

WHAT'S YOUR DIAGNOSIS?
Sharpen Your Physical Diagnostic Skills

Adolescent Who Holds Her Hand to Her Face

PHOTOCLINIC
Foresee Your Next Patient

Scurvy

Pyogenic granuloma after cryotherapy

PRACTICAL POINTERS

Discover Shortcuts Devised by Colleagues

PITFALLS IN PRESCRIBING
How to Minimize Drug Therapy Risks

Cephalosporins: How to Minimize the Risk of Neurotoxicity

CONSULTATIONS & COMMENTS
Reader Reaction and Timely Answers From Experts

Treating systonic hypertension in the elderly: How Low Should Diastolic BP Go?

GUEST COMMENTARY

Where the Buck Stops for Primary Care: Adult Immunizations

WHAT'S THE "TAKE HOME"?
Pearls From Clinical Cases

Epistaxis in a 62-year-old Woman

TOP PAPERS OF THE MONTH
Articles You Don’t Want To Miss

HIV-related Complications: A Primary Care Problem

DERMCLINIC
A Photo Quiz To Hone Dermatologic Skills

Case 1: Should this penile rash prompt a search for other lesions?

Case 2: How do you explain this persistent eruption on the glans?

Case 3: Does this scaling rash signal an underlying disorder?

Case 4: Is this asymptomatic penile lesion an HPV infection?

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