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Mobile health tools have come a long way over the past few years. Here's how and why physicians should be using them.

Two more radiographic signs for gastric band slippage have been identified.

A letter to the radiologist dedicated to over-radiating patients.

General practitioners in Australia are increasingly ordering imaging tests, with an increase of 45 percent over the past decade.

Premixed insulin--a basal and prandial product delivered in one injection--sounds like an ideal solution for patients who resist multidose insulin therapy. For some it is, but not for all. A case and the caveats, here.

Is this what dictation is missing?

Epidemiological research has shown that the Māori people of New Zealand are approximately twice as likely to have serious psychiatric illness compared with non-Māori. Here, a child and adolescent psychiatrist describes her work in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

One physician, with more than 40 years in medicine, reflects on going "beeperless" in medical practice.

The bacteria profile of the bladders of women with urgency urinary incontinence may help with future prevention, diagnosis, and treatment options.

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