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Highlights from ACP Internist and
ACP Hospitalist

ACP Internist (formerly ACP Observer) September 2009

  • Unmasking the patient's hidden agenda
    Something about a response of ‘so-so’ triggers Ian Gilson, FACP, to delve further into how a patient is feeling—and a potentially suicidal hidden agenda.
  • Look for subtle differences when evaluating acute diarrhea
    For the few cases of diarrhea severe enough to warrant medical attention, consider infections, toxicity, food allergies and medicine reactions, says a speaker from Internal Medicine 2009.
  • MS confounds, calls for better coordination
    Internists are closely involved in care for multiple sclerosis, from recognizing symptoms to preventing complications. As the first line of defense, primary care physicians can find reassurance in guidance from a recent consensus paper on differential diagnosis.

ACP Hospitalist September 2009

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