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Beyond the Guidelines discusses challenging clinical cases
from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Grand Rounds
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Annals of Internal Medicine has a new multimedia
educational series that goes Beyond the Guidelines to
focus on care of a patient who "falls between the cracks" in
available evidence and for whom the optimal clinical management is
unclear. Each Beyond the Guidelines session is presented
in a moderator-led debate format and includes print and video
components. Participants in Beyond the Guidelines sessions
can earn CME and MOC credit.
The first Beyond the Guidelines session focuses on lung
cancer screening. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF)
recommends annual screening for lung cancer with low-dose computed
tomography (LDCT) in adults aged 55 to 80 who currently smoke or
have quit smoking in the past 15 years. While the guidelines are
clear, their application in clinical practice might present
challenges based on individual patient characteristics. Ms. D is a
60-year-old former smoker with a complex medical history that
includes several comorbid conditions, some of them very serious.
The article, Screening for
Lung Cancer with Low-Dose Computed Tomography, discusses
differing approaches to her care.
for more information about the Beyond the Guidelines
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