Medical therapies for achalasia are limited but new procedures are improving management. A gastroenterologist highlights new guidelines.
Ted W. James, MD
H. pylori, penicillin allergy, gastrin 1000 pg/mL, recurrent duodenal ulcer, and more. Meet 3 new patients and decide the next steps.
These 3 patients with cirrhosis of different etiologies offer you the chance to select the next best step in their management.
An app for answering common breastfeeding questions, another to aide in interpreting bilirubin trends in newborns, and 3 more top neonatal care apps.
Refractory disease, symptom mimics, and confounding comorbidities complicate these 3 cases. Can you tease out the answers?
The NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Review app, a flashcard app from the American College of Physicians, and 3 more apps that can help busy physicians ace any board exam.
A first aid guide for caregivers, an app that allows patients to track epilepsy trends, and 3 more top epilepsy and seizure apps for primary care.
Severe epigastric pain radiating to the back in 2 patients and post-Whipple procedure complaints in another: 3 virtual puzzles in pancreatitis need solutions.
A mobile compendium of hepatology assessment tools, an app to help select the right treatment regimen, and 3 more liver apps for primary care.
When is liver transplant curative? What is the best management option for esophageal varices? And, is hepatorenal failure to blame here? Test your hepatic management know-how.