- Feature: Understanding Internal Medicine: A Guide for Medical Students
- Medical Student Perspective: Volunteering Abroad in India
- My Kind of Medicine: The Chadaga Family
- Analyzing Annals: Professionalism in Medicine: Our Family Secrets
- Advocacy Update: Apply Now for the 2016 ACP Health Policy Internship
- Winning Abstracts: Primary Vaginal Melanoma: An Incidental Finding on Routine Pelvic Examination
- Subspecialty Careers: Cardiovascular Disease/Cardiology
- In the Clinic: Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction (Diastolic Dysfunction)
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Feature: Understanding Internal Medicine: A Guide for Medical Students
What is internal medicine? How is it different from other specialties? How is internal medicine training structured? What are the internal medicine subspecialties?More
Medical Student Perspective: Volunteering Abroad in India
I felt the blazing heat slap my face as I got off my small plane in the city of Vijaywada, state of Andhra Pradesh, India. Being accustomed to the comforts of living in North America I asked myself why and how I ended up in a place where the airport was still under construction and there was no path for me to lug my luggage.More
My Kind of Medicine: IM Family: The Chadaga Family
In true sibling fashion, Smitha Chadaga, MD, FACP and Amar Chadaga, MD, FACP found their way to internal medicine by different paths, but they both say that their father, Rajagopal Chadaga, MD, FACP, has had a profound impact on their respective careers as internal medicine physicians.More
Analyzing Annals: Professionalism in Medicine: Our Family Secrets
The Annals essay, "Our Family Secrets," describes the disrespectful, and repugnant, behavior of some physicians toward patients.More
Advocacy Update: Apply Now for the 2016 ACP Health Policy Internship
ACP is now accepting applications for the 2016 Health Policy Internship for Residents/Fellows and Medical Student Members in Washington, DC.More
Winning Abstracts from the 2015 Medical Student Abstract Competition: Primary Vaginal Melanoma: An Incidental Finding on Routine Pelvic Examination
Primary vaginal melanoma is a rare and aggressive cancer. It accounts for less than 3% of vaginal cancers and less than 1% of malignant melanomas with an incidence of 0.26/10,000 women per year.More
Subspecialty Careers: Cardiovascular Disease/Cardiology
From the Greek kardia, meaning heart, as used in the Hippocratic treatises.More
Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction (Diastolic Dysfunction)
Heart failure (HF) is a serious health problem, with an estimated incidence of 660 000 cases per year in the United States, and a prevalence of more than 5 million.
Determine the most appropriate diagnostic study:
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