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

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Title Author Type Words
"GERD" turns out to be heart disease. Susman, Jeffrey L. Editorial 393
Diabetes: rethinking risk and the Dx that fits: the USPSTF now calls for screening patients with mild hypertension. A late-onset variant is now in the classification mix. Use these tools and tips to better evaluate patients. Kirk, Juliene K. 4583
Do nonmedicated topicals relieve childhood eczema? Yates, Jennifer E.; Phifer, Jennifer B.; Flake, Donna Report 1159
Evidence-based treatments for irritable bowel syndrome with constipation. Heitkemper, Margaret M. 7274
Help your patient emerge from the darkness. Cheung, Amy; Ewigman, Bernard; Zuckerbrot, Rachel A.; Jensen, Peter S. 3941
Hyperpigmented papules and plaques on chest: our patient's history did little to explain the papules on his chest. A negative KOH, however, was revealing. Lane, Kendall; Gibbs, Neil F. Case study 1106
Lack of CT follow-up delays cancer diagnosis. Susman, Jeffrey L. Brief article 258
Overcoming barriers in irritable bowel syndrome with constipation (IBS-C). Davis, Richard H. Case study 3429
PE recognized too late. Susman, Jeffrey L. Brief article 250
Public reporting needs reform! Hahn, David L. 1074
Suspect an eating disorder? Suggest CBT: unless your patient is seriously underweight-with a BMI [less than or equal to] 17.5--cognitive behavioral therapy may be her best bet. Schumann, Sarah-Anne; Hickner, John 2371
The evidence-based diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome with constipation. Chey, William D. Report 3147
What's best for your patient with BPH? Let symptom scores and patient preferences guide your level of work-up and your treatment approach. Neal, Randal H.; Keister, Drew 3802
When should you suspect community-acquired MRSA? How should you treat it? May, Todd J.; Safranek, Sarah 872

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