A CME Journal for GPs and MD Physicians

Vol 1 No 3, June 2010

FEATURE ARTICLES

Acute Diarrhea in Children: How to Stop?

Allergic Rhinitis: Update on Your Therapeutic Choices

Barriers to Effective Diabetes Care: How to Recognize and Overcome

WHAT'S YOUR DIAGNOSIS?
Sharpen Your Physical Diagnostic Skills

Teenaged Girl with a Unilateral Swollen Purple Labium

DERMCLINIC
A Photo Quiz to Hone Dermatologic Skills

Case 1: What caused this spreading pustular rash?

Case 2: Why hasn’t this tender nodule responded to an antibiotic?

Case 3: Is this asymptomatic eruption acne—or something else?

Case 4: How do you explain this ulcerative abdominal rash?

PRACTICAL POINTERS
Discover Shortcuts Devised by Colleagues
CONSULTATIONS & COMMENTS
Reader Reaction and Timely Answers From Experts

Weighing the pros and cons of calculating BMI in children

More than one way to heal a skin crack

For easier pap smears: condom vs glove

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

Diabetic Ketoacidosis and Liver Abscess

PHOTOCLINIC
Foresee Your Next Patient

Uvular Edema

CASE IN POINT
An Intriguing Diagnosis

Herpes Zoster: Pain Now, Rash Later

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

Don’t Super Size It: Lifestyle, Eating Habits, and Renal Lithiasis

DERM MATCH GAME
Enhance Your Dermatologic Prowess

Dr Rosen invites you to match the clinical characteristics in the checklist with the disorders pictured in the photos. This month's challenge: 2 patients with annular, scaling eruptions.

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