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Articles from Journal of Family Practice (March 1, 2009)

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"Classic" endocarditis is missed again, and again. Susman, Jeffrey L. Report 324
Abnormal uterine bleeding: avoid the rush to hysterectomy: patients with heavy bleeding may think hysterectomy is their only recourse, but research supports other alternatives. Hill, D. Ashley Cover story 3067
Arthroscopic surgery for knee osteoarthritis? Just say no: for most patients with osteoarthritis of the knee, arthroscopic surgery offers little benefit. Mounsey, Anne; Ewigman, Bernard; Hickner, John Case study 1500
Can counseling prevent or treat postpartum depression? Moss, Shannon B.; Pierce, Jessica; Montoya, Cathy C. Clinical report 1300
CDC recommendations expand vaccine indications: children ages 5-18 should get the flu vaccine. Asthma patients and smokers should get the pneumococcal vaccine. Campos-Outcalt, Doug Report 1416
Complaint of arm pain ends in death. Susman, Jeffrey L. Report 290
Delayed diagnosis leads to quadriplegia. Susman, Jeffrey L. Report 134
Glucose self-monitoring: necessary--or not? Aldridge, Jack Letter to the editor 589
Lost in (cyber) space. Susman, Jeff Editorial 389
Malignant mole never made it to pathology. Susman, Jeffrey L. Brief article 316
Singulair-induced anaphylaxis? While extremely rare, it's not unheard of. Our young patient's experience reminds us that any drug-even one used to treat allergies-can cause anaphylaxis. Gerard, Adriel; Harkisoon, Shantie Case study 873
Warty papule and scaling around finger: attempts at removing the erythematous papule using cryotherapy had failed. A biopsy confirmed our suspicions. Khachemoune, Amor; Blyumin, Marianna; Usatine, Richard P. Case study 1325
What is the best way to manage phantom limb pain? Black, Lance M.; Persons, Robert K.; Jamieson, Barbara Clinical report 1132
What treatment works best for tennis elbow? Beard, J. Mark; Safranek, Sarah M. Report 1460
You can do more to slow the progression of heart failure: don't hesitate to urge patients to exercise--or to treat their hypertension with a streamlined 4-step approach. Wexler, Randy; Elton, Terry; Pleister, Adam Report 3939

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