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Health care reform, the patient-centered medical home, and the impact of environmental change on global health are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Internal Medicine 2009 Medicine 2009 in Philadelphia this week.

Computed tomography angiography may show significant incidental findings that ED physicians should act upon.

Don't lose your way when guiding T2DM patients to the right diet for them.

What’s the ideal scenario for radiologist compensation?

Authors of the first study that compared suicide risk for veterans who do and those who do not use Veterans Health Administration services summarize their findings.

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Meaningful use and narrow networks are forcing small practices to rethink the way they refer patients. Two practices have gone digital.

The asymptomatic rash came on quickly and is prominent on the boy's trunk and arms. Close-ups of the lesions in these slides may help you make the Dx.

Here are some diagnoses primary-care physicians should pay attention to in order to code correctly and get properly reimbursed.

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It's no wonder contact lenses are associated with infections. Just about everyone who wears them engages in "risky behavior' involving improper care and handling.

Anxiety is a fundamental aspect of the human experience, but if it impacts social, psychological, or physiological functioning, it can lead to symptoms that cause distress and impairment. Here: the latest on anxiety disorders by experts in the field.

A look at what radiologist and patient factors play a role in false-positive mammography.

Radiology’s quest for value includes more patient-interaction, but what if patients don’t want to interact with radiologists?

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A recent ruling in Texas is important for physicians to know, because it shows that laws regarding disclosure can have exemptions.

Physician health programs, physician suicide

Who, exactly, is protecting doctors from being misdiagnosed, mistreated, and abused?

In karate, the colors of the belts are significant:

The challenges radiologists face in the transition to value-based care.

Strategy is not just a document that is written and then filed away. To succeed, the whole practice must engage with it and live and breathe it.

The patient felt like her "head would explode" from the pain on the left side of her face. Watch the ED video and formulate your own diagnosis.

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Doctors who don't know their patients make easily avoidable technical mistakes that can have tragic consequences. The best way "to do no harm" is to know and understand your patient.

Simply telling patients “we don’t know how ECT works” neglects our abundant knowledge of what this treatment does. The authors review biological actions of ECT and discuss future directions for research.

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