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Articles from Journal of Family Practice (August 1, 2012)

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Enlarging uterus goes uninvestigated. Susman, Jeffrey L. Brief article 270
Eye pain: 5 cases to test your skill: the ability to distinguish between ophthalmic emergencies and benign eye conditions is crucial for a family physician. Find out how your skills stack up. Le, Uyen Michelle T.; Sugihara, Tod M. Case study 3892
Failure to document treatment refusal proves costly. Susman, Jeffrey L. Brief article 143
Getting to goal: how thiazide-type diuretics, following the guidelines, and improving patient adherence can help. 1487
Health care reform: forget perfection and do what's possible. Susman, Jeff Editorial 394
How well are we managing diabetes in long-term care? The care received by nursing home residents with diabetes does not meet ADA standards for ambulatory adults, this study finds. Nor should it. The frail elderly need new standards that address their particular needs. Vajen, Brittney M.; Marx, Tracy; Schwartz, Frank L.; Shubrook, Jay H., Jr. Report 3432
In praise of high-dose oral B12. Andres, Emmanuel Letter to the editor 584
Injection may be the best bet for young athletes' knee pain: closure of the tibial growth plate - the definitive remedy for Osgood-Schlatter disease - may be years away. Adolescent athletes sidelined by pain need relief now. Sakr, Mark; Mounsey, Anne 1425
Meningococcal vaccine for infants? With the incidence of meningococcal disease declining in all age groups, ACIP is weighing the need for vaccination in children <2 years. Campos-Outcalt, Doug 1187
Module 1: historical review of evidence-based treatment of hypertension. White, William B. 6343
Module 2: rethinking the role of thiazide-type diuretics in the management of hypertension: which diuretic is best? Cushman, William C. 3795
Module 3: using thiazide-type diuretics in African Americans with hypertension. Wright, Jackson T., Jr. 2790
Module 4: enhancing adherence with antihypertensives: the role of fixed-dose combinations and home blood pressure monitoring. Kuritzky, Louis 3761
Next steps when BP won't come down: a poor response to therapy should trigger a search for a secondary cause of hypertension. Use this review as your guide. Karnath, Bernard M. 3773
Orthopedist urges higher FP pay. Rutherford, Robert E. Letter to the editor 651
Painless cutaneous nodules: the lesions on the patient's body were getting caught on his clothes. He said that his mother and several of his siblings had similar "lumps." Khodaee, Morteza Case study 1015
Q/do inhaled steroids reduce bone mineral density and increase fracture risk? Wheelock, Chris; Glass, Justin; St. Anna, Leilani 836
Third ED visit isn't the charm. Susman, Jeffrey L. 499
When following CT guidelines isn't enough. Susman, Jeffrey L. Brief article 241

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