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Articles from Journal of Family Practice (August 1, 2011)

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Beta-blockers for heart failure: why you should use them more: many physicians are afraid to prescribe beta-blockers for patients with heart failure. Yet in most cases, not prescribing them is a mistake. Ong, Hean T.; Kow, Fei P. 3437
Delayed diagnosis renders dominant hand and wrist useless. Susman, Jeffrey L. Brief article 277
Dermatomal rash on a 6-year-old boy: the lesion on his trunk looked like zoster, but the patient had been vaccinated against varicella. Hood, Jan; Kanayama-Trivedi, Stacy; Hargett, Jennifer Case study 1317
Failure to suspect endocarditis ends in heart surgery and memory deficit. Susman, Jeffrey L. 798
Hoarseness and chronic cough: would you suspect reflux? Laryngopharyngeal reflux disease is often misdiagnosed as an upper respiratory infection or allergic rhinitis--or confused with GERD. This review will help you diagnose and treat it. Sana, Shoib; Sana, Munib; Johnston, Nikki; Mittal, Sumeet K. 2432
Managing seizures: achieving control while minimizing risk: newer medications have improved physicians' ability to control seizures, but have made epilepsy management even more complex. Here's how to find the most effective and safest treatment for your patient. Geiger, William J.; Nievera, Conrad C., Jr.; Musil, Beth; Goldstein, Jessica Taylor 4157
Memo to FDA: too much information. Susman, Jeff Editorial 299
More help for patients with less severe heart failure: adding this drug to the medication regimen of patients with Class II heart failure can help to reduce hospitalization and death rates. Bossenbroek, Kelly; Mounsey, Anne L. Clinical report 1623
PSA screening isn't "nonsense"--it saved my life. Orwig, Scott Letter to the editor 143
Q / Does pneumococcal conjugate vaccine prevent otitis media? Reilly, Philip; Jankowski, Terry Ann 806
Q / When is discectomy indicated for lumbar disc disease? Young, Kisha; Brown, Rhett; Kaufmann, Leonora 888
The dangers of colon cleansing: patients may look to colon cleansing as a way to "enhance their well-being," but in reality they may be doing themselves harm. Mishori, Ranit; Otubu, Aye; Jones, Aminah Alleyne 2376
We narrowed the differential with the "Haagen-Dazs test". Rolston, Karen L. Letter to the editor 387

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