Recognize the signs and symptoms of red eye that differentiate benign from vision-threatening ophthalmologic illnesses.
Can you identify the cause of this pediatric patient’s floaters?
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Machine learning models can detect optic neuropathy in imaging, discern visual field loss, and now, help researchers to estimate smaller sample sizes for neuroprotective drug trials.
The Tuskegee syphilis study, conducted over 40 years on Black men who were unaware of their illness, is an essential bioethics lesson, says pulmonologist Dr Martin J. Tobin.
A 39-year-old woman is referred for evaluation of a skin condition affecting her lower legs. Her past medical history is extensive and includes thyroid disease, Sjögren syndrome, and rheumatoid arthritis. What is the likely diagnosis?
Implicit bias among health care providers factors into judgments and influences clinical decision making.
Anne Meneghetti, MD, discusses the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on inappropriate antibiotic use in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.
A 49-year-old patient checked into the emergency room with a red eye and bullous subconjunctival hemorrhage after a recent upper respiratory infection. Can you diagnose the presentation?
Karen Wai, MD, and Nimesh Patel, MD, review the literature on alternatives to surgery for patients with macular holes.