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Articles from Internal Medicine News (April 15, 2005)

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'May cause male lactation'. Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief Article 189
'Minimally invasive' joint surgery divides specialty: some praise the cosmetic results and the sparing of muscles, but others worry about malpositioning. Kilgore, Christine 1444
'Rent-a-patient' fraud. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 131
5-FU cream very effective for superficial basal cell Ca. Melville, Nancy A. 447
A plan to reform Medicaid. Silverman, Jennifer 106
AEH biopsy led to invasive adenocarcinoma diagnosis in 40%. Bates, Betsy 721
Alzheimer's genetic variant found. Volkmar, Susan Lawrence 540
An agenda of ignorance. Weinberg, Kenneth R. Letter to the Editor 193
Antimalarial drugs may boost long-term survival in lupus. Walsh, Nancy 392
Assault on salt? Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 166
Avoidance, sunscreen top strategies, survey shows. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 226
Benefits of quitting seen in 2 weeks. Moon, Mary Ann Brief Article 176
Bisphosphonates can damage jaw. Johnson, Kate 579
Bouncing back from serious illness. Brunk, Doug 1557
Buzz off: protection times of insect repellents. Brief Article 176
Carvedilol prevents microalbuminuria in type 2 diabetes: drug's antioxidant properties may be key. Zoler, Mitchel L. 796
Cetuximab in metastatic colorectal ca. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 180
Cilansetron benefits patients with diarrhea-predominant IBS. Worcester, Sharon 491
Clarification and correction. Correction Notice 84
Class action likely to help doctors recoup losses. Ault, Alicia 646
Collaborative care cut suicidal ideation in elderly. Brunk, Doug 629
Colonic biopsies in chronic diarrhea. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 177
Conflict-of-interest rules targeted. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 143
Corticosteroid use linked to poor outcomes in C. difficile colitis. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 286
Corticosteroids may promote favorable outcome in SJS, TEN. Jancin, Bruce 500
CPR often done incorrectly, both in and out of hospital. Kirn, Timothy F. 762
Data needed on consumer-driven health care: HMO leader calls for more information on providers, outcomes; advocates electronic medical records. Frieden, Joyce 594
Data needed to support wider use of interventional neuroradiology. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 363
Data reveal three risk factors for prostate ca. Evans, Jeff 1106
Delay quitting smoking if in alcohol Tx. McNamara, Damian 550
Diabetes usually remits after bypass: weight loss alone cannot explain the rapid restoration of normoglycemia in these patients. Walsh, Nancy 456
Discount cards: not created equal. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 140
Doctors advise CMS on measuring performance. Frieden, Joyce 741
Dx of metabolic syndrome often missed in women. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 260
Emboli filtering devices help prevent stroke. Wendling, Patrice 489
Emergency contraception is overused. DeBrakeleer, Donald J. Brief Article 266
Exenatide has lasting benefits in diabetes. Walsh, Nancy 432
Exercises for chronic conditions: OA of the hand. Nagler, Willibald 672
Expedited partner treatment for STIs. Ebbert, Jon O.; Tangalos, Eric G. 818
FDA approves entecavir for chronic hepatitis B. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 863
FDA issues public advisory on Crestor. Lesney, Mark S. 460
FDA panel supports pertussis booster vaccines: in June, the CDC is likely to address the use of Tdap, instead of Td, in adults who need boosters. Tucker, Miriam E. 1405
FDA warns consumers about imported test kits. Wachter, Kerri Brief Article 212
Fear and loathing in Canada. Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief Article 195
Follow-up data support Enteryx's safety, efficacy. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 186
Four clinical markers flag stroke risk following TIA. Zoler, Mitchel L. 387
Genes may affect pancreatic cancer risk in diabetics. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 237
H. pylori infection, esophageal ca. Evans, Jeff 152
Hand sanitizer limits spread of GI bugs at home. Mahoney, Diana Brief Article 262
Has electromyography ceased to be a relevant test? Wilbourn, Asa; Geiringer, Steve 867
High-dose atorvastatin linked to hyperglycemia. Zoler, Mitchel L. 609
How to make health plans compete on quality. Greenberg, Warren Editorial 519
Hypothermia in aneurysm repair. Moon, Mary Ann Brief Article 171
Hypothermia plus CoQ10 cuts mortality. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 461
Implantable monitor may help avoid HF hospitalizations. Jancin, Bruce 689
Incremental changes called key to health care system reform. Frieden, Joyce 1014
Infliximab and TB. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 112
Insulin resistance raises teens' future HT risk. Wendling, Patrice 477
Investigate bone loss in older women on AEDs. Jancin, Bruce 504
Large study links smoking to pancreatic cancer. Zoler, Mitchel L. 369
Life, liberty, & the pursuit of health care. Kubetin, Sally Koch 175
Low bone density often overlooked in very elderly patients. Wachter, Kerri 833
Many gastroparesis patients affected by coagulopathies. Zoler, Mitchel L. 322
Methadone dose higher with chronic pain. Franklin, Deeanna 585
More colorectal screenings advised than performed in West Virginia. Splete, Heidi 413
NICE idea fuels debate over efficacy of Alzheimer's drugs. Sullivan, Michele G. 735
Nondermatologist physicians often misdiagnose skin lesions. Schneider, Mary Ellen 308
Novel smoking cessation drug looks promising. Jancin, Bruce 394
Nuclear scans valuable in emergency department. Bates, Betsy 814
OraQuick test boosts HIV seropositivity rate. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 185
Panel backs candesartan-ACE inhibitor combo: treating 1,000 patients with candesartan avoided 1,900 days in the hospital for worsening heart failure. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 836
Panel finds data on hypothermia device wanting. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 923
Pay for performance: the right ingredients. Silverman, Jennifer 799
Pegasys-Copegus. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 335
Penicillin skin test gap may be filled in 1 year. Johnson, Kate 554
Pleural infection treatment. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 205
Proinflammatory cytokine tied to depression in pregnancy. Goldman, Erik 584
Quetiapine: not for AD agitation. Sullivan, Michele G. Brief Article 226
Rare demyelinating disorder tied to MS drug: the MS community hopes 'to find a way to safely bring this drug back,' but 'that remains to be seen.'. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 1020
Recognizing deadly anticonvulsant side effects: toxic epidermal necrolysis is the most severe cutaneous manifestation of anticonvulsant use. Mahoney, Diana 716
Resynchronization cuts HF mortality. Zoler, Mitchel L. 603
Rimonabant weight loss sustained at 2 years. Jancin, Bruce 820
Robotics can flatten laparoscopy learning curve: colorectal surgeons may be able to move directly from open surgery to robot-assisted laparoscopy. Johnson, Kate 602
SARS recommendations. Worcester, Sharon 182
Secondary headaches more common in elderly. Melville, Nancy A. 586
Six-hour, rapid-intervention protocol for sepsis cuts mortality rate in half. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 711
Small serum creatinine increases predict early deaths in severe sepsis. MacNeil, Jane Salodof Brief Article 330
Smallpox vaccine. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 171
Specialty hospitals face congressional scrutiny. Schneider, Mary Ellen 823
SSRIs in pregnancy may cause neonatal symptoms: the withdrawal syndrome is typically self-limited and follows a benign course, one expert commented. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 943
Statins cut risks in vascular surgery. Moon, Mary Ann Brief Article 130
Stem cell transplantation may improve refractory SLE. Zoler, Mitchel L. 526
Sudden paralysis is red flag for West Nile virus. Sullivan, Michele G. 829
Sugar test may identify Barrett's. Zoler, Mitchel L. 655
Sunless tanning cuts tanning bed use. Sullivan, Michele G. 423
Symlin. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 350
Teriparatide may speed healing of fractures. Jancin, Bruce 563
Thalidomide limits cancer cachexia. Evans, Jeff Brief Article 189
Tweaking the geographic adjusters. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 134
U.K. proposal on Alzheimer drugs might be felt here. Sullivan, Michele G. 676
Unusual remedies may help in fight against mosquitoes. MacReady, Norra 326
Use CRP to gauge metabolic syndrome risk. Jancin, Bruce 606
Warning added to Xigris prescribing information: Xigris is indicated only for adult patients with severe sepsis who are at high risk of death. Sullivan, Michele G. 569
Watch for sepsis from contaminated platelets. Tucker, Miriam E. 446
Waterfowl behaving badly. Kubetin, Sally Koch 207
Women's CV risk underestimated. Moon, Mary Ann 204

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