Neha Arora, MD and Sandra Hoyek, MD present a case study and diagnostic images of a patient with pain and a visual disturbance. Can you identify the cause?
Joseph Fong, MD, and April Lao, MD, ophthalmologists with University of Tennessee, breakdown the need-to-know diagnostic and treatment information for idiopathic intracranial hypertension.
Dr Alissa Davis, an Epidemiologist at Columbia University, discusses steps to contain the monkeypox outbreak, including the importance of appropriate messaging and addressing misinformation.
HIPAA protects patients from unauthorized disclosure of personal information by covered entities such as medical practices and hospitals, but out from under the HIPAA umbrella, patients are mostly on their own, according to the authors of a recent report.
When the sky looks all purple with aura floating everywhere, it may be a sign of serious disease.
Surrogate decision makers for a patient are obligated to make health care decisions based on what the patient would have wanted if it is known.
Ethics consultants begin by identifying and clarifying the conflict to ensure it is related to ethics.
Nitish Mehta, MD, explains the steps you need to take to assure injections are delivered safely.
Experts discuss the often hidden phenomenon of indirect billing of NPs and PAs and whether the 85% reimbursement rate for APPs is equitable.
Sequential bilateral cataract surgery and modern postoperative medication options can streamline cataract removals, declutter surgeons’ schedules, and reduce burdens on the healthcare system.