Berman, FACP, chief of cardiac imaging and nuclear cardiology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. ... I caution what this test does not do,” said cardiologist Helene Glassberg, MD, assistant professor medicine and cardiology at the University of
Berger (me) is thinking of. He takes "limited" to mean "within a given subspecialty"--he does GI, not neurology or cardiology.
It's beginning to look like chocolate, especially dark chocolate, really and truly is a heart healthy snack, though only if it's consumed in...
That's because internal medicine has no space there (I mean internal medicine as a primary field; cardiology and gastroenterology certainly do).
Should the patient be on a specialty service (e.g. cardiology, GI, or oncology), with a hospitalist (a trained internist who mostly sees only hospitalized patients) or a generalist (an internist
AUTHOR'S NOTE: I am very frustrated with a system that increases cost dramatically and yet reduces what I get paid. The rest of the money is...
He served as president of the American Society of Internal Medicine from 1982 to 1983 and was a pioneer in cardiology through his research on the lifesaving benefits of daily aspirin ... After a partial recovery, Dr. Malach became chief of cardiology at
After completing specialty training in cardiology, he joined the Lincoln Clinic, where he practiced internal medicine and cardiology until 1991.
Page II, PharmD, MSPH, professor and clinical specialist in the division of cardiology at the University of Colorado Denver and chair of the AHA scientific committee that wrote the recent statement. ... A recently released trial, published in JAMA
Another story provides some perspective on the American College of Cardiology Foundation/American Heart Association guideline on blood cholesterol.